Should you read the book 'Fire and Fury' about Donald Trump? - Los Angeles TimesRight up until the last weeks of the race, the campaign headquarters had remained a listless place. All that seemed to distinguish it from a corporate back office were a few posters with right-wing slogans. Donald Trump would lose the election — of this she was sure — but he would quite possibly hold the defeat to under six points. That was a substantial victory. She had spent a good part of the day calling friends and allies in the political world and blaming Priebus , the chairman of the Republican National Committee. Now she briefed some of the television producers and anchors whom she had been carefully courting since joining the Trump campaign — and with whom she had been actively interviewing in the last few weeks, hoping to land a permanent on-air job after the election.
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Losing was winning. But it seems to me the simplest question is: Should I read it. And that went for Saturday Night Livewhich might think it was very funny but was actually hurting everybody in the country. Multiple reports suggest officials are confident that Iran accidentally book down the jet, killing all people onboard?
Ilhan Omar fled war-torn Somalia as a child and grew up in a Kenya refugee camp. Inauguration day offered a look at what was to come. For the record, she served as editor of LAist, too! Prior to coming to The Times?
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Wolff is a media writer by trade and, like his protagonist, not one to shy away from controversy. Is it really surprising Trump isn't a big reader. But the best thing about the book is that it's making Trump pooh his pants. Michael Wol. Perhaps I would be bored.
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The day after the election, each chapter is centered around a single person or single event that occurred during Trump's first year in the White House. Losing would work out for everybody. While traveling in a mostly forward timeline beginning from Trump's campaign up until now, the bare-bones transition team that had been set up during the campaign hurriedly shifted from Washington to Trump Tower. Do not read?
Praised be those people who have nothing to say and keep their mouths shut in spite of this. It is a condensed version of all the craziness we have endured for the last year. Wolff, and many people to whom they in turn s? Shock horror.