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Rush Limbaugh: Trump's Book 'Rocks' Washington

Thursday, 15 Dec 2011 03:24 PM

By Newsmax Wires

Donald Trump’s new book “Time to Get Tough” is garnering praise from Rush Limbaugh, America's most-listened-to talk radio host.

"I believe this book will rock a lot of people,” Limbaugh said about Trump's latest best-seller.

Donald Trump, book, limbaugh“I'm glad it will because Washington needs to wake up and listen to Donald Trump and the millions of people he speaks for — people who are tired of the usual politics.”

Limbaugh described Trump as “one of the great entrepreneurs of our lifetime, a quintessential American dealmaker.”

“Don't just read ‘Time to Get Tough’ — but share it with your friends and family!” added the talk radio titan, who has a regular audience of more than 15 million Americans.

The book, which Trump subtitled “Making America #1 Again,” has received praise from some of the nation's leading conservatives for its no-nonsense assault on President Barack Obama’s policies. Fox News’ Sean Hannity, for instance, said the book is full of “bold proposals” and has urged his viewers to read it.

Since its release this month, “Time to Get Tough” has rocketed up best-seller lists, with reviewers on Amazon.com heaping praise on it.

“Trump tells it like it is,” said one Amazon reviewer. “Trump's book is outstanding at summarizing the problems our country faces today,” wrote another. And “Wow, I was really surprised by this book. He points out exactly how our country has gone off the rails and what he would do to fix it,” added a third.

During the book's first week in release, Amazon reported that its inventory of "Time to Get Tough" was sold out.

Trump has become a political force in recent years.

This year, he mulled a presidential bid and topped GOP polls. But he decided to continue his hit TV show “The Apprentice” for another year.

This week, Trump bowed out of The Newsmax ION Television 2012 Republican Presidential Debate in Iowa after GOP leaders and some of the candidates themselves voiced worry that the billionaire still may run as an independent and hurt the GOP.

Trump has stated that his priority is to defeat Barack Obama in 2012 and that he hopes to endorse the Republican candidate. However, he has kept the door open to a presidential bid if the GOP nominates a weak candidate.

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