the title implies, the book certainly outlines a pro Trump
theme. The narration is simple and the tone a bit too monotone.
The opening of the book details the moments before the announcement
of the election results. As the Trumps and Pences sit waiting
for the historic moment when Donald Trump becomes President
of the United States, in what many have called a shocking
outcome, the clock ticks with anticipation. As the race is
called, the authors describe Trump’s attitude about
not having a speech ready, and having to put it together at
the last minute. The families’ reaction and their exit
from the fifteenth floor descending to the stage, describing
the curiosity of no floor numbers on the elevator between
15 and 4. This is as exciting as it gets.
authors unfold the events leading up to that moment, the listener
is taken on a ride that many assumed was a roller coaster,
but after listening to this audio book, it seems many of his
inner circle believed it was inevitable. Trump, himself, states
on election night that he started this just to have fun. It
seems he did.
are looking for a tell all, this isn’t it. It is more
of a fluffy reminiscence of what the two authors witnessed
as Trump’s campaign manager and assistant during their
short tenure in his campaign.
not an in-depth portrait, so don’t expect to find out
any secrets. It’s rather a painted picture of the landscape.
If you are a Trump fan, you might enjoy it. But, if you are
a die-hard Hillary fan, don’t waste your money; it will
just make you crazy.
details events in the campaign as they unfold; beginning with
Corey’s hiring to run the biggest campaign in his career.
It surfaces the interactions with Trump and himself. As to
the book’s wide appeal, there probably isn’t much
more than for Trump fans. Like the title implies, let this
book be a book, is my recommendation.