If you haven’t gone over your budget for books on the Trump administration, I suggest you read some new books today.
First, columnist in The New York Times Pulitzer Prize Winner Maggie Haberman confidence man October 4 next. The result of rigorous work and hundreds of interviews, the book is eagerly awaited.
Among the clips that have appeared recently, one finds new information regarding the illegal obsession of 45e Chief to destroy documents. Among the surreal pearls obtained by Habermann, we find pictures of … toilets!
Members of the president’s entourage transmitted pictures of a White House toilet as well as one used while staying abroad. Either way, there are papers by which we can identify Trump’s handwriting.
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second book barrieris the result of a collaboration between Susan Jacir, New Yorker, and Peter Baker The New York Times. As with Habermann’s book, we’re entitled to some great snippets that might encourage you to grab it as of September 20th.
Two things stand out: Donald Trump’s admiration for Adolf Hitler’s generals and a letter of resignation, never sent, signed by Chief of Staff General Mark Milley.
Trump’s appreciation of the alleged loyalty of Hitler’s generals should not surprise us, but a respected general like Milley threatening to resign is disturbing.
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Millie was shocked by the dispersal of the crowd using gas and rubber bullets to allow the chief to be photographed with a Bible in hand, no longer wanting to associate with what he considered a Nazi-worthy maneuver.
Fortunately for the future, Mielle chose to stay and watch.
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