Howard Stern is No. 1 _ on Amazon best-seller list

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NEW YORK (AP) — Howard Stern fans are clearly up for his new book.

The shock jock’s “Howard Stern Comes Again” will be published May 14, Simon & Schuster announced Tuesday. It’s his first book in more than 20 years and was No. 1 on Amazon.com within hours of its announcement. Stern’s previous books, “Private Parts” and “Miss America,” both spent months on The New York Times’ best-seller list.

The publisher didn’t immediately provide details about the new book. Since the 1990s, Stern has divorced and remarried. He also logged hours of interviews with a pre-presidential Donald Trump that became newsmakers in 2016. Trump spoke crudely about his daughter, Ivanka, and about Kim Kardashian. He acknowledged that he had initially supported the Iraq War, but as a candidate insisted he always opposed it.

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