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I found the book non partisan, which is important to me in these days of divisiveness. Conclusions were all backed up with facts. I'm surprised this is not getting more media attention. Great and easy read. Unfortunately, it makes me even more cynical of our process. Is it inevitable that all politicians become corrupt? Who are the good guys?
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This was an enjoyable romp into the
shady world of Washington politics.
Well worth a listen.
Opens up a different facet of Washington corruption ... the friends and family of politicians getting sweet business deals in exchange for policy favours. The stuff on Obama is focussed on and very interesting. Not much on the Clintons, probably because he's already covered it in "Clinton Cash". Outlines some stuff on Trump's son in law/daughter. but essentially says the jury is still out. He outlines some stuff Trump has to watch out for to avoid conflict of interest such as broader disclosure. Obama got away with murder with a sympathetic media. That won't be the case with President Trump. Here's hoping he'll do all in his power to do avoid the pitfalls.