Fear: Trump in the White House Book Review

Veteran journalist Bob Woodward knows a thing or two about corruption in politics and corrupt politicians.

His new book, Fear: Trump in the White House, is an intimate, first hand account of what it was like to work under you know who during his first year as President. Utilizing interviews, personal sources, notes, documents and other materials, Mr. Woodward draws a picture of a President who is a political neophyte, prone to adult tantrums and unwilling to listen to those around him who have experience.

This book is nothing short of memorizing. It is also, from my perspective, a little terrifying that the man who current bears the label of President Of The United States has an ego the size of Texas, the temperament/emotional maturity of a fifth grade schoolyard bully and the inability to understand when to follow the advise of those who understand the game of politics.

I absolutely recommend it.

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