During election campaigns myths about the candidates are formed to polish their image before the voters. Like all campaigns, the Trump campaign has formed a polished image of him in an exceptional skill and determination. In this book, we try to unveil the real story of Trump as the journalist David Cay Johnston tells it.
" portrait shows he would be a disaster as president" – Financial Times
"David Cay Johnston provides a thorough tour of loopholes and exceptions to the rules via Trump’s management of his assets, properties, private jets and more." - Real Change
"His just-released book,The Making of Donald Trump, is a 288-page compendium of “basically everything Donald Trump wants to make sure you do not know,” said Johnston, who has been following the real estate mogul for decades."– Moyers and Company
The End of Government examines how bureaucracy can be updated to deal with the quickly evolving demands of the twenty first century, and also uses real-world examples to help us understand how new alternatives can best be applied.
India is everywhere - Indian studios produce animated features and special effects for Hollywood movies; Indian software manages our health records; and Indian customer service centres answer our calls. A country of English speakers and a free-market democracy, with the youngest population on Earth, India is not only the fastest growing
Business and political leaders often talk about what their respective countries must do to compete in the world economy. But what does it really mean for a country to compete, and how do they do this successfully? Countries develop strategies to compete for the markets, technologies, skills, and investment that will
The United States has repeatedly asserted its right to intervene militarily against failed states around the globe. In this much-anticipated follow-up to his international bestseller Hegemony or Survival, Noam Chomsky turns the tables, showing how the United States itself shares features with other failed states-suffering from a severe democratic deficit, eschewing
When Donald Trump fired FBI director James Comey on May 9, 2017, it ignited a political firestorm. The man at the center of that storm has kept silent—until now. James Comey writes for the first time about his role in the historic 2016 election and its aftermath. In A Higher Loyalty,
With extraordinary access to the Trump White House, Michael Wolff tells the inside story of the most controversial presidency of our time. The first nine months of Donald Trump’s term were stormy, outrageous—and absolutely mesmerizing. Now Wolff tells the riveting story of how Trump launched a tenure as volatile and fiery
During election campaigns myths about the candidates are formed to polish their image before the voters.
Over more than four decades of promoting himself in public, Trump has declared widely varying figures for his net worth.
Trump relies on two core strategies to manage the public image he has spent decades creating, polishing, and selling.
Trump often threatens to sue journalists, insuring caution from publishers and broadcasters who want to avoid a costly lawsuit.
Trump distorts information, contradicts himself, and blocks inquiries into his conduct by journalists, law enforcement, business regulators, and other people’s lawyers.
The Trump family’s deep roots stretch to the 17th century in Germany, when the family name was Drumpf. In 1648, they simplified it into Trump.
Trump, like his father and grandfather, did business with the heads of the Genovese and Gambino Mafia families in New York.
Trump’s foray into professional football provides an early example of a business career built on breaking and ignoring rules.
Among Trump’s top-valued properties is the Trump National Golf Club Westchester in Briar-cliff Manor.