Book: The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump


The consensus of two dozen psychiatrists and psychologists that Trump is dangerously mentally ill and that he presents a clear and present danger to the nation and our own mental health.

  • Author : Bandy X. Lee
  • Publisher : Thomas Dunne Books
  • Release : 03 October 2017
  • Category: Political Science
  • Pages : 384
  • ISBN 13 : 9781250179456

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Explores the consensus of more than two dozen psychiatrists and psychologists that President Donald Trump is dangerously mentally ill and that he presents a clear and present danger to the nation. --Publisher

Book: A Citizen s Guide to Beating Donald Trump


A voter's playbook on making a difference in the 2020 election and beyond from the most recognized and most successful political strategist in the country If you've asked yourself the question, what more can I do to make sure Donald Trump ...

  • Author : David Plouffe
  • Publisher : Viking
  • Release : 03 March 2020
  • Category: Uncategorized
  • Pages : 256
  • ISBN 13 : 9781984879493

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A voter's playbook on making a difference in the 2020 election and beyond from the most recognized and most successful political strategist in the country If you've asked yourself the question, what more can I do to make sure Donald Trump does not continue to occupy the Oval Office on January 20, 2021?--then this book is for you. A playbook for the common citizen, A Citizen's Guide to Beating Donald Trump addresses the many things individuals can do in 2020 every day, without having to leave their jobs, move to Iowa, or spend every waking moment on the election. In A Citizen's Guide to Beating Donald Trump, Plouffe's message is simple: the only way change happens, especially on scale, is one human being talking to another. It won't happen magically, it won't happen because of debates and conventions, it won't happen because of ads. It will happen because citizens take action. And Plouffe is here to help, with specific strategies and tailored talking points to make sure your time and energy aren't wasted. He lays out why different activities the average citizen can take can make a difference to getting to 270 electoral votes, how people can go about doing them and examples of where it's worked in the past. There are at least 65 million Americans who are likely committed to voting against Trump. It is entirely in our control to grow that number and make sure the support materializes in actual votes. Plouffe arms us with advice on how to defend against misinformation online, how to create and spread content, how to register and get out the vote early, how to make a difference in the battlegrounds and how to stay involved after the big election. Filled with stories from the last sixteen years, both successes and failures, as well as political strategies that have evolved in the wake of the breakthrough campaign that Plouffe masterminded, A Citizen's Guide to Beating Donald Trump is a pragmatic, specific, and very motivational guide for the path forward.

Book: Trump


An overview of a week in the entrepreneur's life and opinions on everything from football to New York mayors accompany stories of Trump's best real estate deals and a discussion of the deal maker's art.

  • Author : Donald Trump
  • Publisher :
  • Release : 05 August 2021
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 372
  • ISBN 13 : 9780399594496

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An overview of a week in the entrepreneur's life and opinions on everything from football to New York mayors accompany stories of Trump's best real estate deals and a discussion of the deal maker's art.

Book: Trump s Democrats


After living in a number of communities that had generally voted Democratic in past presidential elections, Stephanie Muravchik and Jon Shields found that many still like the Democratic Party, but it’s not the party that many readers of ...

  • Author : Stephanie Muravchik
  • Publisher : Brookings Institution Press
  • Release : 29 September 2020
  • Category: Political Science
  • Pages : 224
  • ISBN 13 : 9780815738640

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Why did so many traditionally “blue” communities break for Donald Trump in 2016? Will they do so again in 2020? Will they become Republican strongholds? Looking for answers, Muravchik and Shields lived in three such “flipped” blue communities, finding that these voters still like the Democratic Party, but it’s not the party many of this book’s readers will recognize. In these communities, some of the most beloved and longest-serving Democratic leaders are themselves Trumpian—grandiose, combative, thin-skinned, nepotistic. Indifferent to ideology, they promise to take care of “their people” by cutting deals—and corners if needed. Stressing loyalty, they often turn to family to fill critical political roles. Trump strikes a familiar figure to these communities, resembling an old-style Democratic boss. Although Trump’s Democrats have often been pictured as racists, Muravchik and Shields find that their primary political allegiances are to their town or county—not racial identity. They will spend an extra dollar to patronize local businesses, and they think local jobs should go to their neighbors, not “foreigners” from neighboring counties—who are just as likely to be white and native-born. When these citizens turn their attention to the nation and their place in it, their thinking is informed by their sense of belonging in their town. Thus, “America first” nationalism is largely localism writ large. The good news for Democrats is that the appeal of Trump does not yet extend to the rest of the GOP. The Democratic Party can reclaim its historic place as the home of working and lower-middle-class Americans. The first step is to gain better understanding of Trump’s Democrats.

Book: Trump on Trial


Sullivan and Jordan, aided by editor Steve Luxenberg, follow the story into the aftermath of Trump’s acquittal and the president’s payback for those whom he believed had betrayed him.

  • Author : Kevin Sullivan
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release : 25 August 2020
  • Category: Political Science
  • Pages : 560
  • ISBN 13 : 9781982153014

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A compelling and masterful account, based on fresh reporting, of the investigation, impeachment, and acquittal of President Donald Trump, a ferocious political drama that challenged American democracy itself. In the spring of 2019, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi did not favor pursuing Trump’s impeachment. Her view was: “He’s just not worth it.” But by September, after a whistleblower complaint suggesting that Trump had used his office for his political benefit, Pelosi decided to risk it. The impeachment inquiry led to charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, a gamble that ultimately meant Trump would be the first impeached president on the ballot in US history. Pulitzer Prize–winning Washington Post reporters Kevin Sullivan and Mary Jordan have crafted a powerful, intimate narrative that concentrates on the characters as well as the dramatic events, braiding them together to provide a remarkable understanding of what happened and why. Drawing on the deep reporting of Post journalists as well as new interviews, Sullivan and Jordan deliver a crisp page-turner with exquisite detail and scenes. They put readers in the room for both sides of the now-famous phone call between Trump and Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky on July 25, 2019, revealing the in-the-moment reactions of those listening to the call in Washington, as well as the tension in Kyiv, as aides passed notes to Zelensky while he was talking to Trump. Sullivan and Jordan deftly illuminate the aims and calculations of key figures. Pelosi’s evolution from no to yes. Trump’s mounting fury as “the I-word” became inevitable. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell firmly telling Trump on the phone about the Senate trial: You need to trust me. Trump on Trial teems with unexpected moments. House member Elissa Slotkin, a Michigan Democrat, alone at the National Archives, walking amid the nation’s founding documents, weighing her vote on impeachment. Fiery Republican congressma

Book: The Trump Century


In The Trump Century, the indomitable Lou Dobbs explains how Trump has steered the debate every day he has been in politics, greatly expanding what Washington thinks is possible.

  • Author : Lou Dobbs
  • Publisher : HarperCollins
  • Release : 22 September 2020
  • Category: Political Science
  • Pages : 352
  • ISBN 13 : 9780063029071

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How did Donald Trump almost single-handedly reverse America’s decline? As the 21st Century began, the world’s only superpower was economically adrift, policing the world at the expense of American lives and trillions of dollars, weighed down by one-sided trade and security agreements with Europe and China ratified in a different era. Elites of both political parties battled over who would manage America’s decline from preeminent world power. In The Trump Century, the indomitable Lou Dobbs explains how Trump has steered the debate every day he has been in politics, greatly expanding what Washington thinks is possible. By 2016, the globalist elites demanded no one speak about limiting illegal immigration or securing our borders. The elites told you communist China would soon be like us, and the PC orthodoxy told you what you could or could not say. You were told America’s Middle Class could never grow again and wages would be stagnant into perpetuity. Trump reversed all of that as radical Democrats and the Deep State conspired to overthrow his Presidency, as the deadly pandemic raged, and orchestrated street protests and violent riots dominated news headlines. He has not only made America great again but created a new standard for all future Presidents and likely has set the American agenda for the next hundred years. The Trump Century opens a window into Trump’s thinking on the economy, foreign policy, and border security and will energize his allies when they realize the future they’ve shaped.

Book: President Trump Unveiled


A hard job is made harder by a steady stream of self-contradictions. Sad! But if Donald gets confused about just who he is, he could do worse than to pick up a copy of President Trump Unveiled for a handy reference to all things Trump.

  • Author : John K. Wilson
  • Publisher : OR Books
  • Release : 11 May 2017
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 276
  • ISBN 13 : 9781682190883

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The unthinkable has happened, and the Orange One is leader of the Free World. A hard job is made harder by a steady stream of self-contradictions. Sad! But if Donald gets confused about just who he is, he could do worse than to pick up a copy of President Trump Unveiled for a handy reference to all things Trump. Some patterns are consistent: there’s racist Trump, sexist Trump, bankrupt Trump, lying Trump, paranoid Trump, clueless Trump, conman Trump, bullying Trump, and more. Here, in one lovingly researched and slim volume, is Trump stripped bare: the truth behind the glitz. Guaranteed no “fake facts”, no “alternative truths”: just sickening reality!

Book: Baron Trump s Marvellous Underground Journey


This newly-released 2017 edition features: -- The complete text of Ingersoll Lockwood's Baron Trump's Marvellous Underground Journey --Charles Howard Johnson's charming original 19th-century illustrations --A brand new Foreword from the ...

  • Author : Ingersoll Lockwood
  • Publisher : eBookIt.com
  • Release : 06 August 2017
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 142
  • ISBN 13 : 9781456628819

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Originally published in 1893, Ingersoll Lockwood’s nearly-forgotten Baron Trump's Marvellous Underground Journey blends science fiction and fantasy in a story told by Little Baron Trump, an aristocratic boy who sets out from Castle Trump to discover the World Within a World that he read about in a fifteenth-century manuscript of the “celebrated thinker and philosopher,” the learned Spaniard, Don Fum. Join Baron Trump and his faithful dog and companion, Bulger, as they set off to Northern Russia in search of a portal to the subterranean. Along the 500 mile journey, you’ll meet an assortment of bizarre and fascinating creatures: a giant tortoise, an afflicted princess, a talking clock, Ant People and more. Will Little Baron Trump and Bulger make it back safely to Castle Trump? Join the adventure! This newly-released 2017 edition features: -- The complete text of Ingersoll Lockwood's Baron Trump's Marvellous Underground Journey --Charles Howard Johnson's charming original 19th-century illustrations --A brand new Foreword from the publisher commenting on the striking parallels between Lockwood's work and President Donald Trump, his son Barron Trump, and the incredible claim that President Trump may possess a time machine --Original, stimulating discussion questions for use in book clubs, or for personal enrichment.

Book: Trump


The business magnate discusses his purchases of the Eastern Shuttle and Plaza Hotel, his construction of the Taj Mahal, and his sponsorship of heavyweight boxing, and gives advice on dealing with success and the importance of toughness

  • Author : Donald Trump
  • Publisher : Random House Incorporated
  • Release : 05 August 1990
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 236
  • ISBN 13 : 0394575970

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The business magnate discusses his purchases of the Eastern Shuttle and Plaza Hotel, his construction of the Taj Mahal, and his sponsorship of heavyweight boxing, and gives advice on dealing with success and the importance of toughness

Book: The Making of Donald Trump


A Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist draws from nearly thirty years of reporting on Donald Trump to trace the mogul's career in real estate and ascent to the top of the 2016 Republican presidential ticket.

  • Author : David Cay Johnston
  • Publisher : Melville House
  • Release : 01 November 2017
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 288
  • ISBN 13 : 9781612196879

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A Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist draws from nearly thirty years of reporting on Donald Trump to trace the mogul's career in real estate and ascent to the top of the 2016 Republican presidential ticket.

Book: Trump in the White House


In Trump in the White House, John Bellamy Foster does what no other Trump analyst has done before: he places the president and his administration in full historical context.

  • Author : John Bellamy Foster
  • Publisher : NYU Press
  • Release : 23 October 2017
  • Category: Political Science
  • Pages : 144
  • ISBN 13 : 9781583676820

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Remember that metaphor about the frog that slowly cooks to death in the pot of increasingly warm water? Leftists have used it for years to describe how people can accept dwindling health care, fading job opportunities, eroding racial and gender equality—as long as the loss occurs gradually. Now, with Donald Trump having slouched off to Washington, most of the mainstream media are working overtime to convince us that we can still stand the heat. Leave it to John Bellamy Foster, one of the world’s outstanding radical scholars, to expose Trump for who and what he is: a neo-fascist. Just at the boiling point, Foster offers us cool logic to comprehend the system that created Trump’s moral and political emergency—and to resist it. In Trump in the White House, John Bellamy Foster does what no other Trump analyst has done before: he places the president and his administration in full historical context. Foster reveals that Trump is merely the endpoint of a stagnating economic system whose liberal democratic sheen has begun to wear thin. Beneath a veneer of democracy, we see the authoritarian rule that oversees decreasing wages, anti-science and climate-change denialism, a dying public education system, and expanding prisons and military—all powered by a phony populism seething with centuries of racism that never went away. But Foster refuses to end his book in despair. Inside his analysis is a clarion call to fight back. Protests, popular demands, coalitions: everyone is needed. Change can’t happen without radical, anti-capitalist politics, and Foster demonstrates that—even now, with the waters ever warming—it may yet be possible to stop the desecration of the Earth; to end endless war; to create global solidarity with all oppressed people. Could a frog do that?