This is hardly unexpected.
Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is writing a "memoir about her life and experiences in the Trump administration," St. Martin's Press announced in a Thursday press release. The yet-untitled book is scheduled for a 2020 release, and makes Sanders the latest of President Trump's alumni to write a book about their White House tenures.
Sanders left her job at the end of July, quickly signing on as a Fox News contributor and sparking rumors that she's planning a run for Arkansas governor. She's the second of Trump's press secretaries to leave the White House and also the second to write a book, though Sanders better hope for better reviews than Sean Spicer's poorly received The Briefing.