NEW YORK (AP) -- Adam Carolla has a dream.
The actor-comedian and host of "The Adam Carolla Show" has a deal with HarperCollins imprint It Books for "President Me," a blueprint for the world he'd like to see.
It Books announced Wednesday that "President Me" will come out in June 2014 and feature Carolla's "pointed, hilarious rants."
Not everyone has been amused. Carolla has been criticized in recent years for his remarks about Filipinos, transgender people and women comics.
Carolla's previous books include the best-sellers "In Fifty Years We'll All Be Chicks" and "Not Taco Bell Material." He has been crowd-funding a movie about comedians called "Road Hard." He plans to write, direct and star in it.
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