A children’s book written by a former member of Donald Trump's administration focuses on “King Donald." And now the former U.S. President wants the book to be available in all the schools in America.

Republican Kash Patel, who served as Trump's Pentagon chief of staff, has penned “The Plot Against the King.” It retells the Trump-Russia election scandal by using a thin coating of fairytale so that it can be consumed by children, reported Independent.

Trump wrote on social media that Patel penned the "bestselling children's book in the country, The Plot Against the King, which I recommended two weeks ago via Truth Social, telling our youth the Russiagate story." He shared that Google banned the book's "entire ad campaign." The former President went on to encourage his followers to "put this amazing book in every school in America," and that big tech should not get to "suppress the truth!"

The book was temporarily suspended by Google's ad platform for "circumventing system policy," after which Patel called the move a "witch hunt."

The work is being presented by conservative publisher Brave Books as both fairytale and fact, and it calls the book a “fantastical retelling of the terrible true story.” A statement by the publisher said that a key player in "uncovering one of our nation’s biggest injustices tells the whole story — for kids!"

Patel said in a statement that he believes it’s important for people to know the truth in the fairytale, reported Huffington Post. The book features mean “Hillary Queenton” and her “shifty knights.” They have an evil plot to reveal that King Donald was joining hands with the “Russionians” to cheat his way into the Oval Office. In the book, Patel appears as a “wizard.” He tries to prove King Donald was wrongly accused.

In fairytale speak, the book talks that the discredited dossier on King Donald and the “Russionians.” It apparently triggered the American intelligence investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. The dossier was “written” by Hillary Queenton and “put in a steel box," according to the book. In reality, U.S. intelligence started investigating in the summer of 2016, which was months before the dossier was available.

Kash Patel Kash Patel, a former chief of staff to then-acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller, is followed by reporters as he departs from a deposition meeting on Capitol Hill with the House select committee investigating the January 6th attack, on December 09, 2021 in Washington, DC. Members of the committee and staff members have been meeting with Patel and Stop the Steal organizer Ali Alexander, who both say they are cooperating with the committee investigation. Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images