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“In reality, Trump’s history of sexual assault is not mere ‘words'”: JOHN K. WILSON discusses Trump’s history of sexual assault on Truth Out

Thursday, October 20th, 2016

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“Trump’s revelations hit far harder than Clinton’s”: JOHN K. WILSON interviewed on Rising Up With Sonali

Thursday, October 13th, 2016

The second face-off between the two major party candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Sunday night has pushed the election in favor of the Democrat. Both candidates were the targets of embarrassing revelations on the eve of the Town Hall-style debate, with the Wikileaks release of emails from Clinton’s campaign referring to her paid speeches on Wall Street, and a Washington Post exposé of Trump’s conversation with TV host Billy Bush from a decade ago referring to his habit of kissing, grabbing, and assaulting women when he felt like it. But Trump’s revelations hit far harder than Clinton’s.

With less than a month before the election, we turn today to the author of a new book about Trump. In Trump Unveiled: Exposing the Bigoted Billionaire, author John K. Wilson turns each aspect of the candidate’s persona into a chapter, such as “Trump the Narcissist,” “Lying Trump,” “Bankrupt Trump,” “Racist Trump,” and “Sexist Trump.”

Listen to the full interview on Rising Up With Sonali here.

“Trump is not ideologically conservative . . . He follows the ideology of Trump”: John Wilson talks to The Chicago Maroon.

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

John Wilson discusses Trump Unveiled with The Chicago Maroon.


“‘Of course, Trump is not ideologically conservative,’ Wilson said. ‘He follows the ideology of Trump. Back in 1999, he was pro-choice, he wanted a 14 percent wealth tax, the biggest tax on the rich in history—and now he’s turned around and he’s become a conservative.'”

Read the full article on The Chicago Maroon here.

“Trump’s approach is violent isolationism” JOHN K WILSON on Daily Kos

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

“Trump’s approach is violent isolationism, which is likely to cause numerous wars. It’s well known among Trump’s critics that he’s lying when he says that he opposed the war in Iraq before it began, and pretends that he was a leader of the anti-war movement. What’s less publicized is the fact that Trump had consistently supported, from 1991 to 2003, invading Iraq and overthrowing Saddam Hussein—the very thing that he now says was a horrible idea and a key reason why Hillary Clinton shouldn’t be elected president.”

To read more, visit Daily Kos.

“It’s a postmortem of democracy in America” JOHN K WILSON on This is Hell!

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

“He’s always wanted to be a celebrity”

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