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"Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd asked: "Did people in the West Wing bring that up to you? The book tour will continue on "CBS This Morning," "Morning Joe," the PBS "News Hour," the "Late Show with Stephen Colbert" and other shows Monday.
Other books are also benefiting from all the attention.
While stores were allowed to begin selling the book Friday, some didn't receive shipments in time.
Some stores have resorted to setting up wait lists for antsy customers who would prefer the print edition instead of an e-book.
Press Secretary Sarah Sanders' criticisms of the book, Trump's tweets about it and the cease-and-desist letter all stirred even more interest in the book.
Charles cited the Amazon delay and said that "two weeks is an eternity in this scandal-an-hour era." "To be fair," he added, "book sales are very hard to predict in advance." According to the publishing source who told CNNMoney of Henry Holt's rush to print more copies, there were multiple printings of the book in advance, even before the early release.
The e-book edition is available anytime, of course -- it's the hardcover deliveries that are delayed.
Amazon is warning customers of a "2 to 4 week" wait, although copies could ship sooner if the printing schedule allows it.
Henry Holt is facing a backlog of orders from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other booksellers.
The publishing house is rushing to print more books, a person with direct knowledge of the matter told CNNMoney.
That's because Henry Holt knew Wolff's reporting was explosive. On Sunday, the Barnes & Noble website promoted the book as "the political expose everyone is talking about." But it listed a two-week delay in hardcover deliveries.