I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump's Catastrophic Final Year Free Audiobook Download by Philip Rucker,Carol Leonnig
The book is a comprehensive account of the first year of Donald Trump's presidency, from his inauguration to the midterm elections. It tells the story of how Trump has systematically dismantled many of the advances that had been made in America by following through on his promises and creating havoc where he sees opportunity. It is written for a general audience rather than as a political or legal analysis, so it does not offer particularly novel insight about Trump's policies, but it does tell an important story about how he has managed to get away with everything that he has done even up to this point.
The author, Philip Rucker, and two veteran Washington journalists, Carol Leonnig and January Lavoy, provided an insider's view of what it was like to cover Donald J. Trump for the final year of his presidency. Throughout the novel, the author provides numerous examples of how Trump's actions during this time contributed to untold damage on the nation and its institutions. The book goes into great detail about the various ways in which Trump degraded the country through his tweets and his ego-driven policies. It also talks about how he undermined America's relationship with allies while contributing to a global power vacuum that has left countries feeling insecure and vulnerable in their own right.
I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump's Catastrophic Final Year is a 2018 narrative nonfiction book by Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig with an audio book, narrated by January Lavoy. The book covers the final year of the presidency of Donald J. Trump as well as his impact on international affairs and domestic policies.
In I Alone Can Fix It, journalists Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig examine the dozen months of President Trump's disastrous final year in office. The book evaluates the events that led up to the Mueller report, from when Trump would spend weeks trying to fire Mueller to when he finally did. It includes stories of how his chaotic White House was seeking a replacement for Hope Hicks, who quit after admitting she sometimes told 'white lies,' or how Ivanka Trump requested her West Wing office be turned into a playroom for her son.
Donald J. Trump is in his final year as president and has a historically low average approval rating of 34 percent. Rucker and Leonnig, who are both Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists for the Washington Post, detail all the ways that this administration has failed. They have taken a nuanced look at everything from Trump's Russia investigation to immigration to environmental policy; their analysis shows how extraordinarily incompetent Trump's team is and how poorly they navigate the course of history.
The year 2018 has been a tough one for President Donald J. Trump and his family both personally and politically.
|Duration||19 hours 24 minutes|
|Author||Philip Rucker, Carol Leonnig|
|Narrated||January Lavoy, Carol Leonnig, Philip Rucker|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Parent Category||American Politics|