Trump Revealed

Author: Michael Kranish
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501156527
Size: 64.24 MB
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"Who is Donald J. Trump? To discover Trump in full, the Washington Post assembled a team of award-winning reporters and researchers to investigate every aspect of his life, from his privileged upbringing in Queens to his hundreds of lawsuits, his infamous womanizing, his shifting position on abortion rights, his dizzying seven changes in party affiliation, and his astonishing, disruptive election as president in November 2016" -- Page [4] of cover.

How Trump Happened

Author: Steven E. Schier
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1538122057
Size: 76.20 MB
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"Racism. Sexism. Russian interference. A few thousand votes in key swing states. There are no shortage of explanations for the stunning 2016 election of Donald Trump. In How Trump Happened, political experts Steven Schier and Todd Eberly step back to trace the factors driving his election, arguing that Trump's victory was decades in the making. As Americans prepare once again to cast their presidential ballots, How Trump Happened will be indispensable reading for anyone seeking to understand the current political landscape unprecedented 2016 election and Trump presidency"--

African Americans And The Presidents Politics And Policies From Washington To Trump

Author: F. Erik Brooks
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440862125
Size: 37.98 MB
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The president is arguably the most recognized and powerful individual in the United States. This reference work explores the American presidency in relation to issues of race concerning the African American community. • Includes a timeline that lists the name, party, term of office, and political background of each president • Presents chronological sections to provide a broad overview of each period • Offers chapters that address each of the forty-five American presidents' policies, cabinet appointments, and handling of race matters in the United States

The Politics Of The Presidency

Author: Joseph A. Pika
Publisher: CQ Press
ISBN: 150636778X
Size: 27.74 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Trace the opening rounds of the Trump administration: highlighting the 2016 election, transition, inauguration, and first one hundred days. Never losing sight of the foundations of the office, The Politics of the Presidency maintains a balance between historical context, the current political environment, and contemporary scholarship on the executive branch, providing a solid foundation for any presidency course. In addition to offering you a comprehensive framework for understanding the expectations, powers, and limitations of the executive branch, the Revised Ninth Edition uses the most up-to-date coverage and analysis of the 2016 election and Trump administration to demonstrate key concepts. New to the Revised Ninth Edition: A new chapter dedicated to the Trump transition and first one hundred days examines important topics such as the immigration ban and other executive orders; efforts at deregulation; the targeted military strikes in Syria; and the war on the intelligence community and the deconstruction of the administrative state. Recent congressional relations analyzed, including the confirmation of Supreme Court justice Neil Gorsuch after Senate Republicans employed the “nuclear option” and took away the opportunity to filibuster Supreme Court nominees; efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare; fiscal 2017 and 2018 budget negotiations; and congressional investigations of the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia, his firing of FBI director James Comey, and the appointment of a special counsel in the matter. An assessment of the public presidency reviews Trump’s approval ratings, communications strategies, and media coverage. Discussions of Trump’s leadership challenges in a polarized age explain the difficulties of unifying a nation after a bitter election, launching an administration, and structuring the executive branch.

The Fixers

Author: Joe Palazzolo
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0593132408
Size: 32.94 MB
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The shocking, definitive account of the lawyers and media tycoons who enabled the rise of Donald Trump, featuring new revelations from a Pulitzer Prize-winning Wall Street Journal team With his blunt-force fame and the myths he’s propagated about himself, Donald Trump has always moved in a world of gossip barons, crooked lawyers, and porn stars. But when he became the Republican nominee for the presidency in 2016, all of these characters crawled out from the underbelly of Trump’s stardom and stumbled onto the global stage with him. In The Fixers, Joe Palazzolo and Michael Rothfeld have produced a deeply reported and exquisitely drawn portrait of that world, full of secret phone calls, hidden texts, and desperate deals, unearthing the practice of “catch and kill” by which Trump surrogates paid hush money to cover up his affairs, and detailing Trump’s historic relationship with his fixers—from his early, influential relationship with Roy Cohn to his reliance on Michael Cohen, National Enquirer publisher David Pecker, and former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani. It traces the arc of their interactions from the 1970s through the 2016 campaign and beyond. It is a distinctly American saga that navigates the worlds of reality TV, cash-for-trash tabloids, single-shingle law shops, celebrity bashes, high-end real estate, pornography, and politics. The characters and settings of this book are part of a vulgar circus that crisscrosses the country, from New York to L.A. to D.C. Terrifying, darkly comic, and compulsively readable, The Fixers is an epic political adventure in which greed, corruption, lust, and ambition collide, and that leads, ultimately, to the White House. Advance praise for The Fixers “Of the dozens of books chronicling Donald Trump’s presidency, The Fixers is destined to sit atop the pile. It has everything you look for in a political page-turner: Colorful characters, intrigue, sex, corruption and—unlike much of the Trump canon—meticulous, factual reporting by two ace reporters. What a read!”—John Carreyrou, New York Times bestselling author of Bad Blood


Author: White House Photographers (photography)
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0063011255
Size: 67.71 MB
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THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHS, PUBLISHED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN A BOOK The definitive portrait of Donald J. Trump’s landmark presidency, as seen through the lens of the Official White House Photographers Sharing the finest and most historic images from the White House’s exclusive collection, Trump: A Presidential Portrait is a visually stunning all-access pass to the 45th presidency. These extraordinary images capture both the grandest and most intimate moments, offering an unprecedented insider’s look beyond the gates of the White House, and behind closed doors of the Oval Office, the Situation Room, and Air Force One, as well as President Trump’s official trips across the nation and the world. Working with the trust and close confidence of the Commander in Chief, the Official White House Photographers are granted freedom to accompany the president and First Family behind the scenes and into their private life. Their images capture a side of the president far unseen by the gaze of the controlled media scrum, offering the most accurate and revealing portrait of the Trump White House available. Now, these photographs are shared with the nation. Accompanied by quotations from the president’s speeches, Trump: A Presidential Portrait offers a unique window of many of the most consequential events of the President’s term: the appointments of Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, the construction of the border wall, the White House Situation Room on the day of the raid that killed ISIS leader al-Baghdadi, the seventy-fifth anniversary commemoration of D-Day. We also see Trump perform the solemn duties of the commander-in-chief: addressing the troops at military bases across the globe, awarding the Medal of Honor, and visiting Arlington National Cemetery. And there are intimate, private scenes of the President and First Lady at the White House, as they entertain foreign dignitaries and share quiet moments with family. Featuring more than 250 photographs in gorgeous full-color, here is the first book to gather the official photographs of the Trump White House—and an essential visual documentary of American history.

The Trump Movement

Author: Ray "Rayzor" Reynolds
ISBN: 9781938796241
Size: 51.70 MB
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As far as we know, Ray Reynolds is the only citizen who has published 300+ photos of the Trump campaign featuring the people who elected him as the 45th President. His passion led him to follow more than forty-five events in the Mid-Atlantic region, driving over 30,000 miles and taking over 60.000 photographs, all at his own expense.

How To Beat Trump

Author: Mark Halperin
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1682451283
Size: 78.75 MB
Format: PDF
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"Sacrifices must be made, not just for the party, but for history" MORE THAN 100 MILLION ANXIOUS AMERICANS WANT TO KNOW: HOW CAN DONALD TRUMP BE BEATEN IN 2020 AND EVICTED FROM THE WHITE HOUSE? Mark Halperin interviewed the nation’s most experienced political strategists to discover what they think the Democratic nominee needs to do to win the 270 electoral votes required for victory. Drawing on first-hand experience, tactical savvy, and war stories from presidential campaigns past, America’s top operatives explain how to meet the daunting challenge of defeating President Trump. They provide expert advice on bracing for psychological battle, understanding Trump’s voters, picking a running mate, mastering the debates, and dodging black swans—time-tested and creative ideas that reveal the secrets every presidential hopeful wants to know, with specific insights on tackling the volatile, unpredictable force of nature that is Donald Trump. While endlessly controversial, the 45th president remains one of the most formidable political campaigners in modern history, with a staggering financial advantage and powerful allies. Only four elected incumbent American presidents have lost reelection bids since 1900. Few of the strategists think beating Trump will be easy. But none believe it is impossible. Their best ideas, gleaned from years of experience at the highest levels of American politics, are all presented in this compelling and fast-paced book. HOW TO BEAT TRUMP will give voters tools to evaluate which candidates are best positioned to defeat the incumbent. More than seventy-five strategists were interviewed for HOW TO BEAT TRUMP, including Jill Alper, David Axelrod, Donna Brazile, James Carville, Tad Devine, Karen Dunn, Adrienne Elrod, Jennifer Granholm, Ben LaBolt, Jeff Link, Jim Margolis, Mike McCurry, Mark Mellman, Amanda Renteria, John Sasso, Kathleen Sebelius, Bob Shrum, Ginny Terzano, and David Wilhelm.