In the months leading up to their campaigns, would-be candidates for president have made it a custom to publish a memoir or new book. The crop of probable Republican contenders for 2024 is no different, with several people who are thought to be strong candidates planning to do so.
On November 1st, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) will publish a book on “Restoring American strength”.
On November 15, former Vice President Mike Pence will publish his autobiography, which will include details of his career as a politician and his fallout with former President Trump following the assault on the Capitol on January 6, 2021.
A new book by former secretary of state Mike Pompeo, scheduled out on January 24, 2023, will go into depth about his work in international policy. The former governor of South Carolina and U.S. ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, published a book on October 4 about leadership lessons from powerful women.
Scott is considered as a potential under-the-radar challenger in 2024, while Haley, Pence, Cotton, and Pompeo are all seen as setting the framework for presidential runs with regular visits to early primary states.