EXPOSING THE BIGOTED BILLIONAIRE
“Grimly entertaining." —The New Internationalist
Print + E-book: $20/£16
The unthinkable has happened, and the Orange One is leader of the Free World.
A hard job is made harder by a steady stream of self-contradictions. Sad! But if Donald gets confused about just who he is, he could do worse than to pick up a copy of President Trump Unveiled for a handy reference to all things Trump.
Some patterns are consistent: there’s racist Trump, sexist Trump, bankrupt Trump, lying Trump, paranoid Trump, clueless Trump, conman Trump, bullying Trump, and more. Here, in one lovingly researched and slim volume, is Trump stripped bare: the truth behind the glitz. Guaranteed no “fake facts”, no “alternative truths”: just sickening reality!
276 pages • Paperback ISBN 978-1-682190-87-6 • E-book 978-1-682190-88-3
John K. Wilson is the author of seven books, including Barack Obama: This Improbable Quest, Newt Gingrich: Capitol Crimes and Misdemeanors, Patriotic Correctness: Academic Freedom and Its Enemies, and The Most Dangerous Man in America: Rush Limbaugh’s Assault on Reason. He is the co-editor of AcademeBlog.org and the editor of Illinois Academe. He has a Ph.D. in education from Illinois State University, and is the co-organizer of the Chicago Book Expo and the Evanston Literary Festival.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Trump the Narcissist
Chapter 1: Lying Trump
Chapter 2: Bankrupt Trump
Chapter 3: Trumping Civil Liberties
Chapter 4: Paranoid Trump
Chapter 5: Racist Trump
Chapter 6: Sexist Trump
Chapter 7: The Politically Incorrect Trump
Conclusion: The Danger of Donald Trump
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“Trump is just another rich guy. His accent and his tough-guy persona reflect his connections growing up with the mob-related construction industry, not reality. He had a newspaper route growing up, but his daddy’s chauffeur took him around in the limo when it was raining. Trump’s pseudo-populism is about taking populist desires among the electorate and manipulating them to serve the interests of the rich—especially one particularly rich guy named Donald. . . . . The Trump doctrine is really like a Rorschach test: everyone looks at the inkblot that is Donald Trump and sees something different. You can see a global interventionist who goes anywhere and everywhere to defeat terrorists. You can see an isolationist who will keep us out of foreign wars no matter what.” —from the book