We’ve heard from the Deep State repeatedly. The latest example: the phony Ukraine tale accusing President Trump of nefarious dealings with a foreign government.
Like the other Deep State myths, this one is headed down the same black hole that already tore Russia collusion apart. We’ve heard from anonymous sources, we’ve heard from former porn stars and reality TV employees Trump famously fired. We’ve heard from former campaign staff, former ghost writers and former national security advisers — all people with an axe to grind.
Meanwhile we have not heard much about how President Trump has changed the game from the American economy to the Middle East to Russia and China. We have not heard what Trump really thinks of his peers on the world stage. We have not heard much of anything in the media that even attempts to examine his policies objectively or factually.
Isn’t it time we hear from Trump himself? Isn’t it time we hear from someone who, unlike the mainstream media and the “Never Trump” crowd, will be fair to the nation’s 45th president and the people who elected him?
President Donald Trump hasn’t written his “art of the presidency book” yet, but in November we may get a hint of what such a book would say. Before taking the oath of office, Donald Trump entrusted longtime Republican adviser and author Doug Wead to come into the White House with him and tell the real story from the inside. Wead is the author of more than 30 books, several on the lives and families of American presidents.
Doug Wead has a knack for getting access to unlock big stories. His 2017 best-seller, "Game of Thorns," presented the inside story of Hillary Clinton’s fall from what appeared to be a sure-fire path to become America’s first woman president, to becoming a footnote in the story of Trump. For this book, the entire Trump family and several of the president’s most trusted confidants brought Wead into the inner circles and inner sanctums. Wead was there when Trump won, and on the first night of the Trump presidency.
The result of this unprecedented access is "Trump’s Triumphs: The Real Story of Donald J. Trump’s Presidency." Wead relies on his own observations, first-person accounts, and insider interviews with chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, Jared and Ivanka Kushner, Donald Trump Jr., Tiffany Trump and more.
In "Trump’s Triumphs" readers go behind closed doors to find out how the Trump family copes with the incessant media and Democrat assaults, and how they text to communicate and encourage each other daily.
Wead reveals how they stay focused on their mission, to support President Trump as he drives to bring American greatness back and bring minority employment to record highs. The book, due out November 26, reveals how Trump set out to strengthen America by unleashing the world’s largest economy to create millions of good jobs and build up our energy independence. It shows how Trump changed Middle East strategy to crush ISIS and rebuild our historic ties with Israel and other key allies after years of hostile treatment by the Obama administration.
Doug Wead brings decades of White House and writing experience to the task of chronicling the Trump White House. Wead is a former adviser to two presidents and the author of numerous best-selling books on politics and history.
With the access the president and first family granted Wead, he was able to determine who the president really believes is behind the phony Russia collusion hoax.
According to "Trump’s Triumphs," the president got to the bottom of this scandal in just two days, while Robert Mueller took millions of dollars and more than two years and never revealed the truth.
"Trump’s Triumphs: The Real Story of Donald J. Trump’s Presidency" is full of never-before-reported stories of how Trump leads, how he think, and how and why he does the things he does.
"Trump’s Triumphs: The Real Story of Donald J. Trump’s Presidency" is available November 26.
Steve Gruber is a conservative talk show host with 25 affiliates in Michigan. "The Steve Gruber Show" launched in 2012 with just four affiliates and has grown into the most powerful name in talk radio across Michigan. Steve has been named “Best Morning Personality” by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters five years in a row. His conservative, common-sense philosophy was developed during his time growing up in rural Michigan. Steve’s early career found him in several newsrooms including WILX, Lansing where he honed his investigative journalism and interviewing skills. He became the main news anchor of the station and before long was offered a job with NBC in Columbus, Ohio. While working for NBC, he covered the incredible launch of John Glenn, age 77, into space at Cape Canaveral, White Supremacists in Ohio, and the deadly game of selling prescription medication online. Steve was nominated for an Emmy in 2000. To read more of this reports — Click Here Now.
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