On July 13 on CNN’s morning show, author Michael Wolff was reviewed about his new book’s expose about our mad ex-President and his chief adviser and lawyer Rudy Guiliani.
Between Trump’s continuing big lie about the November 3 election results and his role in the Capitol insurrection, the author appeared convinced that Trump borders on insanity. Wolff taged Guiliani as a heavy drinker on the verge of dementia.
Entitled “Landslide: the final Days of the Trump Presidency” it gets high reviews on Amazon. Here are two 5 star reviews and one no star review. I have personally bought the book and another one mentioned below.
— New York Magazine (@NYMag) July 10, 2021
First, a verified purchaser who gave the book 5 stars said,
I’m not going to write about my feelings — personal and political — about Donald Trump, but rather if Michael Wolff’s new book, “Landslide” is worth reading. This is, after all, a BOOK review, and my feelings about Trump really shouldn’t matter.
Michael Wolff has written three books about the Trump presidency. As a journalist, he knows both how to write and what to include in his writing. This is very important, because there’s so much “out there” that any biography of Trump would/could collapse under its own weight. Michael Wolff’s book goes into Donald Trump’s last few months in months in office along with the spicy anecdotes we’ve come to expect from a “tell-all”.
Should you buy Michael Wolff’s book? Why not? Like all his work, it’s superbly written, and is a pleasure to read, no matter what your political beliefs.
Another verified 5 star purchaser wrote, “Like the author’s other 2 books, his final book covering the last year of the Trump presidency is full of shocks and surprises (many of them already reported on in the media in advance of publication). The author has a great ear for the details/discussions that led to the collapse of a presidency on its way to re-election and captures them in stunning detail. A must read book for those interested in current political history.”
Another no star verified purchaser was not so enthusiastic writing, “It’s Donald J Trump vs the most vile evil leftist on this planet. Not only was he Winning he was winning huge and taking down the devil along the way. Only way to stop him was the most curupt theft of all time but don’t worry we won’t lose not a chance #LANDSLIDE #MAGA.” Aside from not knowing how to spell corrupt let alone how to detect corruption, we can only wonder who is “the most vile evil leftist on this planet”.
"You are an island unto yourself right now,” [JCS Chief Gen. Milley's] friend [told him Election Night]. 'You are not tethered. Your loyalty is to the Constitution. You represent the stability of this republic.'"https://t.co/zG918hmocP
— George Conway (@gtconway3d) July 13, 2021
Readers may recall my early predictions about Trump’s coming political demise, likely before the 2022 midterm elections
You can read those op-eds particularly my first op-ed in my new book entitled “Trump Becoming Macbeth” now available on Amazon.
Anyone who has not bought into Trump’s crazy lies will not be surprised. That McConnell and McCarthy were willing to take down our democracy by backing these traitors should at last awaken some of this clearly unbalanced man’s 25 percent base and change the beliefs of the 75 percent of GOP voters who believe Biden didn’t win the election.
One of Trump’s frequent attempts to spread hate and confusion is his effort to blame the officer who was defending Pence and all the Congress and staff at the Capitol on January 6th. You can read about that noxious Trump account here.
Fmr. Pres. Trump suggested the U.S. Capitol Police officer who shot Ashli Babbitt during the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol was the "head of security" for a "high-ranking" Democratic member of Congress.
That is false, senior law enforcement official says. https://t.co/wgQkEN9yQo
— NBC News (@NBCNews) July 14, 2021
"From the Dissident Left: A Collection of Essays 2004-2013": https://t.co/lkC2t3E1A9
"Trump Becoming Macbeth: Will our democracy survive?": https://t.co/tl3zSD7whn
"We Humans Overwhelm Our Earth: 11 or 2 Billion by 2100?": https://t.co/TA4j7cp1tE pic.twitter.com/mH1PSnoh17
— Church and State (@ChurchAndStateN) July 1, 2021
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