Donald Trump's new book, "Surviving at the Top," has toppled from The New York Times' best-seller list after just seven weeks. Now its publisher, Random House, may be stuck with tens of thousands of unsold copies, the Times reported. Trump's first book, "The Art of the Deal" in 1987, stayed on the best-seller list for 48 weeks. Based on that success, Random House published and distributed nearly 500,000 copies of the new book and paid Trump an advance estimated at $2 million, the Times said.