Carol Leonnig, Philip Rucker - A Very Stable Genius_ Donald J. Trump’s Testing of America-Bloomsbury (2020)
Carole Leonig and Philip Rocker - A Test of Genius Donald J. Trump to Bloomsbury America (2020), Washington Post investigative reporter Carol Leonig and White House chief of office Philip Rocker, both Pulitzer Prize laureates, present an interior-specific narration from Donald Trump. Unique presidency with new reports shock and insight into its implications. 'I alone can fix it.' Thus Donald Trump's march went to the presidency on July 21, 2016, when he accepted the Republican Party's nomination for president in Cleveland, and he promised to restore what he described as a fallen state. However, over the following years, when the actual work of the Supreme Leader was undertaken, it was difficult to see beyond the daily chaos of scandal, investigation, and continuing turmoil. It would be very easy to make a mistake in expressing Trump's first term due to a state of pure and unrestricted chaos, but there were patterns of his and his colleagues' behavior. The global value of the Trump administration is loyalty - not to the country, but to the president himself - and the North Star Trump has been perpetuating his own power, even if that means exposing our shaky and unstable democracy. Leonig and Rocker, who have deep, incomparable sources throughout Washington, DC, tell of anger and frenzy but moments of courage and perseverance. Drawing on dozens of exclusive new interviews with some of the Trump administration's top members and other direct witnesses, the authors reveal the forty-fifth president closely, taking readers inside Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia as well as the random head but ultimately a successful legal defense. Here for the first time, some officials say they felt obligated not to publicly criticize the current president or reveal what they saw in a truth-confident position for the benefit of history. This unparalleled narrative that dominates President Trump reveals most of his undiscovered work and reveals how the decision-making motivation in his administration was the reflexive logic of self-preservation and self-amplification - but nevertheless logic. This is the story of how an unparalleled president rushed to survive and test the power of American democracy and its common heart as a nation.