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I briefly mentioned Michael Wolff's new book under the thread labeled "John McCain", but I thought I would start an entirely new thread for the book itself.
It magically appeared at my local library this morning, so I grabbed it as fast as I could, and will start ripping into it sometime today.
The last paragraph on the inside jacket gives a hint of what to expect:
"Both a riveting narrative and brilliant front-lines report, Seige provides an alarming and indelible portrait of a president like no other. Surrounded by enemies and blind to his peril, Trump is a raging, self-destructive infermo - and the most divisive leader in American history."
A quote from the book cover provides an accurate portrayal of his insanity:
"I'm good at the game. Maybe I'm the best. Really, I could be the best. I think that I am the best. I'm very good. Very cool. Most people are afraid that the worst might happen. But it doesn't, unless you're stupid. And I'm not stupid"