Mary Trump‘s tell-all book about her uncle, Donald Trump, is on track to out-sell the president’s most popular book Trump: The Art of the Deal, after its successful first week of sales.

Mary Trump’s Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man has sold more than 1.3 million copies across all formats, according to a statement from publishing company, Simon & Shuster.

The book will receive a 17th printing due to the high demand, bringing the total number of hardcover copies in print to 1.35 million. In comparison, Trump: The Art of the Deal has an estimated lifetime sales of 1.1 million hardcover books since its release in 1987, according to CBS in 2016.

Too Much and Never Enough broke records for Simon & Shuster by selling more than 950,000 copies on release day, which includes preorders, audiobooks and ebooks. In the book, Mary Trump makes now-famous claims, including that the president had paid someone to take his SATs for him.

The previous record holder for most books sold for Simon Shuster had also belonged to tell-all a book about the president, John Bolton‘s The Room Where It Happened, which was published in June and sold 780,000 copies in its first week. The publisher put out Bob Woodward‘s Fear: Trump In The White House, which sold 750,000 copies on its first day in 2018.