This sounds more like options than fact. No proof behind some of his opinions. Made it about half way before I stopped listening. I’m sure it gets worse.
At least two thirds of the book outlines how corruption is not only possible but occurred repeatedly in the FBI, CIA and the handling of the those agencies by various administrations. But then it whitewashes and glosses over serious actions and allegations of the Clintons, their foundation, various FBI agents and leaders, etc. Even the summary at the end of the book reminds us of the propensity for corruption in these agencies, but still concludes that all the problems of the past few years were predominantly Trump's fault. It essentially concludes that good people would never have had to make such serious decisions if Trump had not been there. If if one agrees that Trump made so many things worse, that cannot possibly absolve others of their bad actions and decisions. The fact still remains that other people made very bad decisions, often illegal and immoral, and it is not appropriate to point all fingers at one person. The book refuses to admit that current people in government can be drawn toward the same corruption and bad decisions as those in the past, and it paints everyone who worked against Trump as merely doing their best in bad situations. That is a very lopsided view of history.
Grossly biased. No thanks.
Good read and listen..narration was great but just seems to much of a Trump bashing book!
Boring - made it through 25 minutes - realized I felt like I was in a 5th grade Civics class with a poor teacher
This is an awfully bias book. Don't waste your time.
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