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February 17, 2020

#Election 2020 (4) A Very Stable Genius

by N@ncy

  • Author:  Carol Leonnig, Philip Rucker
  • Title: A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump’s Testing of America
  • Published: 2020    (480 pages)
  • Genre:  non-fiction
  • List of Challenges 2020
  • Monthly plan

 

Conclusion:

  1. I enjoyed this book very much and
  2. …at the same time it depressed me.
  3. How did we let a man like Trump anywhere near the White House?
  4. C.J. White House Press Secretary in the series
  5. …West Wing uses the phrase “full lid”.
  6. Press conference:  “You have a full lid on Christmas day.”
  7. This is to say that there will be no more news from the White House today. 
  8. Well, this book just  “blew the lid off The White House”!
  9. The book  reveals some  startling and spectacular insights
  10. …about Trump that we don’t see in the newspapers.
  11. A Very Stable Genius will find its audience
  12. …..hopefully before November 2020!
  13. #VoteBlueNoMatterWho

 

 

Trump:  A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump’s Testing of America

  1. Legacy
  2. Damage flowing from his every word and gesture
  3. World leader
  4. Translated bluster into hard policy
  5. …withdrawal Paris climate accord, nuclear deal with Iran
  6. Character
  7. A name calling pigeon-chested schoolboy (Kim Jong-un, as Rocket Man)
  8. Foreign policy
  9. Trump looks like Bambi on ice.
  10. Homeland policy
  11. Pouring $$  into a fake emergency to stir up is political base (Finish the Wall!)
  12. while the rest of the country is in the middle of a storm!
  13. White House
  14. Staff chosen from ‘central casting’ as
  15. ….Trump seeks ‘the look’ (do the job and look the part).
  16. Revolving doors as advisors come and go.
  17. West Wing is in a constant state of damage control.
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