Books by Donald J. Trump (Author of Trump)
Donald Trump Reacts to Bob Woodward's New Book
From 'Fire and Fury' to 'Fear': 4 books that rocked the Trump White House
It would also be lovely if I could somehow poignantly demonstrate that no educated body politic could derive meaningful information from this cacophony and respectfully debate whether the earnest efforts of journalists to provide critical information are noble or quixotic. I could even throw ex-administration authors into the picture as an example of how celebrity antics can make honest journalism seem foolish through association. That would probably be a very intellectual and interesting piece. Maybe even an interview. However, I am first and foremost a librarian.
Stormy Daniels' upcoming memoir about her alleged relationship with Donald Trump , announced last week on ABC News' "The View," could be the latest book claiming to provide an inside look at the president and his White House. Daniels' upcoming memoir -- titled "Full Disclosure" and set to be released on Oct. Here's a look at the other four books -- and the president's Twitter responses. In "Fear," the Washington Post editor and investigative journalist of Watergate fame cites anonymous sources from within the administration and casts the White House as chaotic and paranoid, led by an angry president who is often in conflicts with his own staff. The book also says Trump is haunted by special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling into the election and possible collusion by his campaign. The Woodward book is a scam.
Trump's Enemies review: president's pitbulls come out brawling and bawling
Pirro wrote in her book. Scalise said Friday in a statement. Yet the question remains: Has Mr. Trump read any of the titles he has asked Americans to read? He has been upfront about the lack of time and attention he can give to reading, and he has gone back and forth between publicly declaring his love of reading but also telling the world he does not read much.
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. The books surveyed here explore the Trump phenomenon, its possible causes and probable consequences, and the likely long-term effects on us all, throughout America and the rest of the world. Buy now. Steve Bannon, almost unknown before Trump was elected, quickly hit the headlines when he was enthroned as chief strategist and became a ubiquitous and controversial presence in the White House. He published an in-depth profile of Bannon, who he got to know well, in