President Trump took to Twitter on Monday morning to recommend some reading: a book that suggests Democrats have no ideas.

The book, by Michael J. Knowles, is titled “Reasons to Vote for Democrats.” The cover promises a “comprehensive guide,” and the table of contents includes chapters on “Foreign Policy,” “Civil Rights” and “Homeland Security.” The following 260 pages are blank.

“A great book for your reading enjoyment: ‘REASONS TO VOTE FOR DEMOCRATS’ by Michael J. Knowles,” Trump wrote on Twitter.

The endorsement of the book, an Amazon bestseller published on Feb. 8, comes as Trump has suggested he might reach out to Democrats for help with health care and other priorities stuck on Capitol Hill.

It also comes after some members of Trump’s team, including counselor Kellyanne Conway, have faced criticism for crossing ethical lines by using the White House to promote commercial products. Conway plugged the clothing line of Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump in February.

The promotion of Knowles's book, which has a list price of $9.99, was just one of a handful of early morning Trump tweets on Monday, including another in which he took another swipe at the media.

“The Fake Media (not Real Media) has gotten even worse since the election,” Trump wrote. “Every story is badly slanted. We have to hold them to the truth!”

Trump then weighed in on a special congressional election being held in Georgia, taking aim at the Democratic frontrunner, Jon Ossoff, whom the president called a "super Liberal" and accused of wanting to "protect criminals, allow illegal immigration and raise taxes!”