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Inside this Book – The president made his familiar stink-in-the-room face, then waved his hands as though to ward off a bug. “Don’t tell me this,” he said. “Why are you telling me this?” His personal lawyer John Dowd, in late February 2018, little more than a year into Trump’s tenure, was trying to explain that prosecutors were likely to issue a subpoena for some of the Trump Organization’s business records. Trump seemed to respond less to the implications of such a deep dive into his affairs than to having to hear about it at all. His annoyance set off a small rant. It was not so much about people out to get him—and people were surely out to get him—but that nobody was defending him. The problem was his own people. Especially his lawyers. Trump wanted his lawyers to “fix” things. “Don’t bring me problems, bring me solutions,” was a favorite CEO bromide that he often repeated. He judged his lawyers by their under-the-table or sleight-of-hand skills and held them accountable when they could not make problems disappear. His problems became their fault. “Make it go away” was one of his frequent orders. It was often said in triplicate: “Make it go away, make it go away, make it go away.”
Inside this book –Siege: Trump Under Fire PDF Book by Michael Wolff – The day John Dowd was fired, Steve Bannon was sitting at his dining-room table trying to forestall another threat to the Trump presidency. This one wasn’t about a relentless prosecutor but rather a betrayed base. It was about the Wall that wasn’t. The town houses on Capitol Hill, middle-class remnants of the nineteenth century, are cramped up-and-down affairs of modest parlor floors, nook-y sitting rooms, and small bedrooms. Many serve as headquarters for causes and organizations that can’t afford Washington’s vast amount of standard- issue office real estate. Some double as housing for their organization’s leaders. Many represent amateur efforts or eccentric pursuits, often a kind of shrine to hopes and dreams and revolutions yet to occur. The “Embassy” on A Street—a house built in 1890 and the former location of Bannon’s Breitbart News—was where Bannon had lived and worked since his exile from the White House in August 2017. It was part frat house, part man cave, and part pseudo-military redoubt; conspiracy literature was scattered about. Various grave and underemployed young men, would-be militia members, loitered on the steps.
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- Full Book Name – Siege: Trump Under Fire
- Author of this Book – Michael Wolff
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Nonfiction, Politics, History, Biography
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- eBook Pages – 319
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