Books by Donald J. Trump (Author of Trump)
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18 new books that reveal the inner workings of the Trump administration
Skip to main content. Donald J. Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. Trump is the very definition of the American success story, continually setting the standards of excellence while expanding his interests in real estate, sports, and entertainment. He is a graduate of the Wharton School of Finance. An accomplished author, Mr.
T he Trump presidency began as reality TV , with a cast of loud-mouthed, dim-witted chancers embroiled in histrionic tiffs. But the nuclear fulminations were only bluff, and Trump soon began to exchange endearments with the chubby North Korean despot, having been told that he might qualify for the Nobel peace prize. Siege reclassifies the hapless administration as a comic opera, calls the president a clown, and makes his rants and tantrums sound absurd not alarming. To keep us quaking, Wolff gives his gossipy narrative a militarised title: we are asked to imagine Trump holed up in the White House as his enemies, armed with subpoenas, close in. Yet this is not the siege of Mafeking , let alone that of Leningrad. The war of attrition waged by Wolff and his fellow journalists has hardly worn Trump down; he retains the freedom of the air, tweeting out a daily barrage of lies and insults and jetting off to stoke up bigots in midwestern arenas or embarrass foreign heads of state who wince as they welcome him on to their soil.
Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff – review
Fascinating and horrifying in equal measure, the implications of the election of Donald Trump to the US presidency cannot be underestimated. From satire to scholarship, from polemic to protest, much ink has been spilled in the last year in an attempt to comprehend the incomprehensible — and as much as we tried to find a balance of opinions on the Trump presidency, the reactions to it, and the present state of democracy, have been generally negative.
By Cindy Adams. I wrote each word myself. Nothing anonymous. All primary sources. Eye witnesses. Every comment confirmed and authorized. I tracked that down.