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A new book from New York Times bestselling author Edward Klein!
©2017 Edward Klein (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.
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5 out of 5 stars
By John on 11-10-17

Another good one from Ed Klein

As long as you know what you're getting into beforehand, you'll probably like this book. The usual vociferous left-wing media propagandists will continue to spend a lot of time trying to discredit Ed Klein but a quick search reveals that Klein has been a journalist for nearly six decades—seven of those years as foreign editor of Newsweek, ten years as the editor- in-chief of the NYT Magazine (during which time the magazine won the first Pulitzer Prize in its history), and 27 years as a contributing editor of Vanity Fair.

I finished the audiobook in only 2 days. I found the content very interesting and the narrator was absolutely perfect. Let the political Wars rage on!

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2 out of 5 stars
By Larry on 11-03-17

Liberal hit-job against Trump and Bannon

The author rarely misses an opportunity to express contempt for Donald Trump and his advisers. What ought to have been an impartial recounting of events, seems more like a very biased attempt to construe the election of Donald Trump as a fluke alignment of rubes, racists, ego maniacs and jerks. In summary, Edward Klein writes, "Trump doesn't believe in nationalism or any other political philosophy. He's fundamentally a creation of his own ego." That happens to be one of his less, mean-spirited comments.

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