Bad news, Trump — looks like everyone’s favorite political shade-thrower just snagged a book deal.
On Wednesday, Little, Brown and Company announced that Obama’s personal White House photographer, Pete Souza — best known for clapping back at President Trump via Instagram by posting nostalgic pictures of Obama’s presidency with 🔥 captions — is releasing a book in November.
The 62-year-old’s book titled, Obama: An Intimate Portrait, will reportedly include over 300 pictures (from nearly 2 million) taken during his time spent with former president Obama, which began back in 2005 when Obama was a senator from Illinois. Awwww.
To be published by Little, Brown this fall! Available for pre-order at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. pic.twitter.com/pzOX9hvvPK
— Pete Souza (@PeteSouza) April 27, 2017
The book, available for pre-order on Amazon and Barnes & Noble, will include a bunch of iconic images showing the president with his advisors, family members, world leaders, artists, musicians, and more.
Each photograph will also include a caption describing the captured moment for context, in which Souza will provide readers with an inside look at his unique relationship with Obama.
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According to The New York Times, Elizabeth Garriga, a spokeswoman for Little, Brown and Company, said negotiations for the book deal "began shortly after Mr. Obama left office."
Souza has helped bring a heavy dose of comic relief to social media during the last few months, showing the serious contrast between Obama and Trump’s presidency’s by throwing shade at Trump’s wiretapping claims, healthcare decisions, and, more recently, his visit with Sarah Palin. While this book won’t specifically be trolling Trump, readers will be able to make their own comparisons as Trump’s chaotic presidency continues.
In addition to Souza’s collection of photographs, Barack and Michelle Obama also signed their own book deals with Penguin Random House in February.
Three more books for President Trump not to read! Woo hoo!
The Associated Press contributed reporting.