If you want to stay up-to-date on all things Trump, these five books are essential reading.
Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House – Michael Wolff
In “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” Michael Wolff gives readers an inside look at the chaotic first year of the Trump administration.
The book quickly became a bestseller, and has been praised by many as an accurate portrayal of the Trump administration. However, it has also been criticized by some as being biased and unfair.
Love it or hate it, the book provides a fascinating insight into the inner workings of the Trump White House. It is clear that there were many different factions within the administration, and that Trump himself was often unpredictable and impulsive.
Wolff claims that top aides to President Trump regularly express concern about his mental state and fitness for office. He also alleges that Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are positioning themselves to take over the presidency if necessary.
The book has sent shockwaves through Washington, and has led to calls for Trump’s impeachment. However, it is important to remember that Wolff is not a reliable narrator , and many of his claims have not been verified.
Even so, the book provides a fascinating look into the inner workings of the Trump White House, and is definitely worth reading.
The America We Deserve – Donald Trump
For a more in-depth look at Trump’s policies, check out “The America We Deserve” by Donald Trump himself. In this book, written in 2000,Trump lays out his vision for the country, including his plans for tax reform, immigration and trade.
It’s a great book to start with if you want to get an understanding of Trump’s policies and ideologies.
Clinton Cash – Peter Schweizer
To understand how Trump became president, read “Clinton Cash” by Peter Schweizer.
This book details the Clintons’ complicated relationship with money and outlines how Hillary Clinton’s actions as secretary of state may have influenced donations to the Clinton Foundation.
A conservative author and filmmaker Schweizer claims that Hillary Clinton’s actions as secretary of state were influenced by donations to the Clinton Foundation.
Schweizer alleges that the Clintons accepted donations from foreign governments and corporations while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, and in return, those donors received favorable treatment from the State Department.
The Clintons have denied any wrongdoing, and Schweizer has not provided any direct evidence of wrongdoing on their part. However, his claims have raised questions about the influence of money in politics.
In 2016, Donald Trump used Schweizer’s book to attack Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail. He argued that the Clintons’ actions showed that they were “corrupt” and “self-serving.”
Trump also accused Hillary Clinton of “pay-to-play” politics, claiming that she had used her position as secretary of state to benefit donors to the Clinton Foundation.
The Clinton Foundation has denied any wrongdoing, and fact-checkers have found no evidence of pay-to-play politics. However, the foundation has come under scrutiny for accepting donations from foreign governments and corporations while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.
The Art of The Deal – Donald Trump
If you’re looking for a more light-hearted take on Trump, check out “The Art of the Deal” by Donald Trump.
In this book, Trump shares his secrets for success in business and negotiation.
He outlines his approach to negotiation and deal-making.
Trump describes himself as a “deal maker” and says that he has always been interested in the art of the deal. He began his career in real estate, working for his father’s company, and eventually became a successful developer in New York City.
You can also read Trump’s other business book Trump: Think Like a Billionaire: Everything You Need to Know About Success, Real Estate, and Life
Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections – Mollie Hemingway
Finally, for a look at how the media covers Trump and how biased it was from day 1 read Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections – Mollie Hemingway.
In her new book, conservative commentator Mollie Hemingway details how the media, Big Tech, and the Democrats conspired to rig the 2020 election against Donald Trump.
Hemingway lays out the case that the election was stolen through a combination of voter fraud, media bias, and tech censorship. She argues that these forces worked together to create an environment in which Trump could not fairly compete.
Hemingway’s book is sure to ruffle feathers on both sides of the aisle. But her argument is backed up by a wealth of evidence, and it provides a sobering look at how our democracy can be subverted by those who seek to power.
Rigged is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand how the 2020 election was stolen.
Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America – Maggie Haberman
Haberman began her career as a reporter for the New York Daily News, where she covered City Hall and politics. She later moved to The New York Times, where she has been a political correspondent since 2015.
She has also worked as a television journalist for CNN and NBC News.
Haberman is considered one of the most prominent reporters on the Trump presidency, having broken several major stories on the administration.
In 2018, she was part of a team of Times reporters who won the Pulitzer Prize for their coverage of Trump’s alleged ties to Russia.
In her book, Haberman provides an in-depth look at Trump’s life and career, from his early days in business to his election as president.
She also discusses the challenges Trump has faced during his time in office, including allegations of collusion with Russia and impeachment.
These 6 books will give you a well-rounded understanding of Trump, his policies and the media coverage of his presidency. So pick up one (or all) of these books and get started on your Trump education today!
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