best part about this audio book is that Donna Brazile narrates
it herself. The worst part about this audio book is that Donna
Brazile narrates it herself. This may sound contradictory
but it isn’t.
is one we have heard over and over and over since the election,
and before. We heard the crying and whining from both parties
about who did what to who and who didn’t do anything
to anyone, right? Like many of us, I am really sick and tired
of hearing about it, and wish we could just get on with whatever
it is that we have got to deal with and move on. But if you
aren’t, this may be a book you will embrace.
was the DNC chairman during the Hillary Trump election campaign
and, having come to the job late, picking up the pieces and
trying to put Humpty Dumpty together again, she deserves credit.
But somewhere in between the beginning and the end of this
tell all, she loses steam and credibility. It slowly becomes
a tell all about me and my troubles and quickly whines to
of the campaign strategies, DNC candidate troubles, Clinton
personality problems, how she slowly became a target of her
own party and the HACKS that changed the course of history,
in her opinion.
I would tell you
to listen to this tale with an open mind and a big dose of
discernment. Whether you are a Trump fan or a Hillary supporter,
I think you will come away with an interesting look at the
behind-the-scenes operation of the American election system.
Something we could all benefit from. As for Donna Brazile,
not surprising, a little exasperating, and too much “poor
me” woven into this yarn.