Defiance Press, 2019
When President Trump declared he would run for the White House, his previous good relationship with the media seemed to vanish. He became a figure to ridicule in the campaign, someone who would never win. However, as a shrewd businessman, Trump knew how to make the most of the bad publicity; and used it to his advantage to win against the odds.
The mainstream media bias has persisted, with the media reveling in his perceived blunders. Central to this has been the fixation on the Mueller probe, which shows the establishment in full flow; the links between the liberal press, Democrats, FBI, and other government departments are clear to see. It backs up Trump’s claim that there is a swamp which needs to be drained.
This book is written from the perspective of an interested observer and an outsider to these events. The book takes a pragmatic approach, looking at tweets, media reports, and published materials to consider how Trump could be understood differently and how the media could take a more professional and constructive path. The author urges an open mind, to look at the evidence and make your own judgment.
Hardcover | ISBN: 9781948035323 | Publication Date: 08/20/2019