Hillary Clinton's book has roughly sold about 100,000 copies since its release, according to reports.
Officials with Clinton's publisher, Simon and Schuster, insist her book has fared well amid reports of weak sales, and that it's succeeded despite a dramatically altered retail landscape since her last memoir.
The book sold roughly 100,000 copies from Tuesday when it was released through the following Saturday, according to a Simon and Schuster source.
The source added that the book, titled Hard Choices, is debuting at No 1 on the Indie Bestseller List, which reflects sales at independent bookstores, Politico reported.
Jonathan Karp, the firm's president and publisher, said in a statement that they were confident that they have a major best-seller.