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I finished reading this book yesterday, and would rate it as one of the best books that I have read in a long time.
Here's a couple of quick observations:
1 - Russia declared war on America in the spring of 2014 - and won on 11/8/2016
2 - the scope and sophistication of social media meddling by the Soviets is absolutely staggering
3 - the news media spent WAY too much time on Hillary's emails, and far too little time explaining why Trump is totally unfit for office
4 - I am not the only one who feels that Jim Comey violated the Hatch Act. Harry Reid filed a formal complaint 2 days after Comey's infamous 10/28/16 letter, which was 11 days before the election.
The history of the Hatch Act makes for interesting reading.
In addition to Comey, both Nikki Haley and Kellyanne Conway are cited for questionable actions. In view of the fact that Trump has the worst Cabinet in our nation's history, I would predict that even more Trump officials will be added to the list.