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This book was great. Extremely entertaining and well written. I love stories about smart, talented people using their skills to become monstrously successful and this is exactly one of those stories. On a side note, who knew Toby McGuire was such a D***?
This is a must read. Something like that cannot happen in America if we don’t stand for it. The travesty of justice that occurred to an American citizen who maintained her innocence should scare the **** out of everyone.
Good not great
This was entertaining. I even enjoyed the author’s narration. Cracked up at “Papa Bear!”. Worth using an Audible credit.
This book is a must read. It is informative, entertaining and eye opening. The narration was excellent.
Excellent. Not much more needed to say about this book other than excellent. I loved Trump before and love him even more after getting this glimpse inside the campaign.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
This explains a lot
Wow this explains why there are so many anonymous sources or “sources who have been reliable in the past” as cites for false information about President Trump.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Enjoyed this on all fronts. Not much more needs to be said but Audible review requires 15 words.
Excellent all around. Great narration, interesting and explains why there is a consistent among competing news outlets.
This was a great read. Finally, we get to read something that captured the 2016 election without resorting to the narrative that HRC lost because of racism, sexism, Comey or Russia. Excellent read, great narration.
Wow this was biased
This book took the crazy narrative advanced by the media that HRC was treated unfairly and lost because of the inequity. It completely overlooked the collusion to defeat Bernie Sanders in the primary and cited as references the Podesta emails. HRC did not lose because of misogyny, racism or xenophobia as this book suggested. However, the book did an excellent job of portraying the elitist attitude of HRC and her top campaign staff who believed only the highly educated could understand her stance on the issues. They completely forgot about what everyday Americans felt was important and that is how we ended up with a Trump presidency
1 of 1 people found this review helpful