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Understanding Trump

Author : Michael Greenwood
ISBN : 1981295232
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Welcome to the year 2017, where Donald Trump is president! This is the year of controversy and strife. This is indeed a time where battles are constantly afoot, and where no opinion can be voiced and not get attacked by someone, somewhere. Ordinary people exist in a state of despair about how to move forward, and about how to get past the hatred; about how to find peace, love, and understanding in a world that constantly seems to be on a knife edge. This is a book on how to understand the current President of the United States and his opposing political counterparts. If you want to learn more about those who think differently than you, then this is for you.

Understanding Trump

Author : Michael Giorgione
ISBN : 9781478923077
Genre : Political Science
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Learn how Trump is making America great again -- and why government and media elites attack his vision -- in this "inspiring and informative" book from one of his key political advisors (Sean Hannity). Donald Trump is unlike any president we've ever had. The only person ever elected to be commander in chief who has not first held public office or served as a general in the military, Trump's principles grow out of five decades of business and celebrity success -- not politics. The president owes his position to the people who believed in him as a candidate, not to the left-wing government and media who have expressed contempt for him since his first day on the campaign trail. Trump has enacted policies and set goals that send our country in a bold new direction -- one that is "unreasonable" to Washington elites but sensible to millions of Americans outside the Beltway. With Understanding Trump, Newt Gingrich provides unique insight into how the president's past experiences have helped to shape his life and style of governing, including a thorough analysis of how President Trump thinks and makes decisions, as well as his philosophy, doctrine, and forward-thinking political agenda. Discover Trump-style solutions for national security, education, health care, economic growth, government reform, and other important topics. In this eye-opening book, Gingrich also investigates and exposes the forces in the Washington establishment, media, and bureaucracy that oppose the president at every turn. Finally, Understanding Trump explains the president's actions so far and lays out a vision for what Americans can do to help make President Trump's agenda a success. With your help, President Trump will be able to overcome corrupt interests in Washington and fulfill his promise to make America great again.
Category: Political Science

Understanding Trump

Author : Gillian J. Mckenzie
ISBN : 1981295380
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The unthinkable has happened. Donald Trump, billionaire and reality television star, has managed to get elected as the President of the United States of America. Does this great travesty have you feeling down? What will you do now that Trump runs the country? What does it all mean? Yes, Trump is now in office, and it doesn't feel like there is much you can do about it. But, have no fear. Let this book be your guide to surviving the next four years (or God forbid, the next eight). Learn what you can do to stay sane and fight the power while Trump is in office. From running away to building a safe house, this book will show you what you can do to ensure a smooth four years for yourself. When it is all over, you can choose what you will do next. For now, let's get you ready for the years to come.

America First

Author : Danny Toma
ISBN : 9781621578413
Genre : Political Science
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Donald Trump, Statesman? Critics dismissed the idea out of hand. Even his fans questioned whether President Trump could do what other presidents had considered impossible. But in less than two years, Trump has: - Put North Korea on the path to de-nuclearization and peace with South Korea. - Destroyed the "state" of the Islamic State. - Forged a de facto alliance between Saudi Arabia and Israel. - Doled out real punishment - not empty threats - for Syria's use of chemical weapons. -Re-negotiated international trade deals on terms more favorable to the United States. President Donald Trump's foreign policy successes have stunned not just his critics, but the world. Now Danny Toma, a State Department veteran, explains how Trump has done it, what the Trump Doctrine entails, and how it can- and likely will - continue to succeed. As Toma demonstrates, President Trump has restored American foreign policy to its traditional moorings, which anchored such "realist" presidents as George Washington, Dwight Eisenhower, and Ronald Reagan, who put American interests first, avoided unnecessary foreign entanglements, and pursued peace through strength. That foreign policy tradition made America great and, under President Trump's leadership, is making America great again. When America has strayed from those principles - especially as witnessed in the foreign policies of such "idealist" presidents as Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barak Obama - the results have been expensive in lives, treasure, and even international retreat. Provacative, thorough, and engagingly written, Danny Toma's America First is the one book you need to understand how America can again lead the world and protect her own interests.
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The Key To Understanding Donald J Trump

Author : Kobby Barda
ISBN : 9789659278824
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The book “The Key to Understanding Donald J. Trump” tries to get beyond the smokescreen, and to understand the behavior of Donald Trump, which sometimes seems to elusive - having neither pattern nor order. Whether you are a fan or a foe of the president, a political amateur or just an average person who tries to understand whether there is logic to Trump’s chaos - the book gives you a window into the brain of the world’s most important man and an opportunity to read his thoughts in a way that will allow you to feel that you too can explain the rationale behind his actions, be it at the dinner table, in a conversation with friends or simply when reading the daily news. Biography Kobby Barda was born and raised in Holon, Israel and is an expert on US-Israel relations and a contributor for Israeli channel 20. Mr. Barda is the head of the "Gal Program" for Political Leadership at The Academic Center for Law and Science, Hod Hasharon, Israel. Barda holds a M.A. degree from Haifa University where his dissertation focused on AIPAC, and currently is P.HD Candide at Haifa University. In order to understand the phenomenon of President Trump, Barda uses his experience spanning over 20 years as a media consultant and communications expert where he has served as a political campaign manager and advisor to Israeli government ministers, Israeli Parliament members and Mayors. Barda was the man who alerted the world to the highly offensive cartoon of President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in The New York Times. Kobby is married to Michal and the father of Ronny, Jonathan & Gili
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Why Irrational Politics Appeals Understanding The Allure Of Trump

Author : Mari Fitzduff
ISBN : 9781440855153
Genre : Political Science
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The 2016 election has inspired millions of U.S. citizens—and struck panic in the hearts of millions more. This book explains the allure of Trump, examines how Trump's success ties into the hopes and fears of many Americans, and calls into question the limitations of our democratic system. • Examines Donald Trump's ascendancy and elective allure from the perspectives of social, political, and evolutionary psychology as well as neuroscience and biopsychology • Challenges readers to reconsider the process of electoral politics and political voting in the United States • Considers how voting behavior and political choices are often based on emotions rather than on a rational, carefully considered decision-making process
Category: Political Science

Trump Fiction

Author : Stephen Hock
ISBN : 9781498598057
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Trump Fiction: Essays on Donald Trump in Literature, Film, and Television examines depictions of Donald Trump and his fictional avatars in literature, film, and television, including works that took up the subject of Trump before his successful presidential campaign (in terms that often uncannily prefigure his presidency) as well as those that have appeared since he took office. Covering a range of texts and approaches, the essays in this collection analyze the place Trump has assumed in literary and popular culture. By investigating how authors including Bret Easton Ellis, Amy Waldman, Thomas Pynchon, Howard Jacobson, Mark Doten, Olivia Laing, and Salman Rushdie, along with films and television programs like The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Sesame Street, Sex and the City, Two Weeks Notice, Our Cartoon President, and Pose have approached and shaped the discourse surrounding Trump, the contributors collectively demonstrate the ways these cultural artifacts serve as sites through which the culture both resists and abets Trump and his rise to power.

From The Iowa Caucuses To The White House

Author : Andrew D. Green
ISBN : 9783030224998
Genre : Political Science
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Donald Trump won a significant victory in Iowa in 2016. Although Iowa was carried by Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, Trump won the popular vote in 93 of its 99 counties, 32 of which were carried by Obama in 2012. What explains this significant victory, in which a third of Iowa’s counties were flipped? Through a mixed-methods approach, this volume demonstrates that Trump’s electoral victory was shaped by three key factors: firstly, the electorate’s desire for “change” in Washington, D.C.; secondly, Trump’s successful appeals to both the Republican base and white, working-class voters who had previously supported Barack Obama; and thirdly, Iowa’s conservative ideological tendency regarding immigration and race. While contributing to emerging literature on the 2016 presidential elections, this book also serves to aid educators with a published resource on Iowa's electoral politics.
Category: Political Science

Red State Christians

Author : Angela Denker
ISBN : 9781506449098
Genre : Political Science
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Donald Trump, a thrice-married, no-need-of-forgiveness, blustery billionaire who rarely goes to church, won more Evangelical Christian votes than any candidate in history on his way to winning the 2016 US presidential election. Veteran journalist Angela Denker set out to uncover why, traveling the United States for a year, meeting the people who support Trump, and listening to their rationale. In Red State Christians, readers will get an honest look at the Christians who gave the presidency to the unlikeliest candidate of all time. From booming, wealthy Orange County megachurches to libertarian farmers in Missouri to a church in Florida where the pastors carry guns to an Evangelical Arab American church in Houston to conservative Catholics on the East Coast--the picture she paints of them is enlightening, at times disturbing, but always empathetic. A must-read for those hoping to truly understand how Donald Trump became president.
Category: Political Science

Trump Tweets The World Reacts

Author : Regina Luttrell
ISBN : 9781498563093
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Trump Tweets, the World Reacts: Understanding What Is Relevant and Why illustrates and articulates the intimate connection between theories presented in communication and the mediums through which President Trump communicates. Drawing on a range of theoretical and empirical perspectives, this collection examines several transformations and implications of President Trump’s influence on the social sphere, within economies, among government entities, and on the communications profession.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines