Read Trump Revealed Online Free - Authoritative, timely, and provocative, this deeply researched biography of Donald Trump provides a complex portrait of the man who—despite broad skepticism—could be the next president of the United States.
Who is Donald J. Trump? Despite decades of scrutiny, many aspects of his life are not well known. To discover Trump in full, The Washington Post assembled a team of award-winning reporters and researchers to delve into every aspect of Trump’s improbable life, from his privileged upbringing in Queens to his astonishing 2016 rise to seize the Republican candidacy for president. Coauthored by Washington Post investigative political reporter Michael Kranish and senior editor Marc Fisher, this comprehensive book documents Trump’s fascinating family roots, his aggressive efforts to make a name for himself in New York social circles, and his penchant for big bets—on real estate, branded businesses, and, ultimately, on himself. The authors, seasoned journalists who interviewed Trump for this book, scrutinize everything from his youthful alliance with the power broker Roy Cohn to his alleged dealings with organized crime and his controversial projects in New York City, Atlantic City, Florida, Scotland, and Azerbaijan. The authors examine Trump’s wealth, the evolution of his political beliefs, and his peculiar identity as a billionaire businessman, celebrity, global brand, television star, and now candidate for the most powerful office in the world. Few individuals have ever roamed so widely through such diverse realms as real estate, sports, entertainment, and national politics. How has Trump’s life informed his bold statements on the economy, immigration, race, global trade, terrorism, and women? Drawn from in-depth reporting by The Washington Post, Trump Revealed is essential reading as the 2016 American presidential election looms.
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August 23, 2016
As a political junkie, I enjoy reading well-written biographies of political figures. Now, I am not a Trump fan, but I appreciated the clear writing and non-sensationalism in "Trump Revealed: An American Journey of Ambition, Ego, Money, and Power" by Washington Post reporters Michael Kranish and...
September 01, 2016
(Note: I'm not hiding this because of spoilers, because it's a biography....how could a biography have spoilers? But you've been forwarned!)
I went into this book thinking it would be a salacious accounting of Donald Trump's life and campaign. Far from the truth! It's a balanced biography of the m...
September 28, 2016
A must read for the knuckle draggers that are planning on voting for this narcissistic clown. Unfortunately, like Orange Grandpa, few of them read.
What a douchebag!
October 25, 2017
This is a biography of Donald Trump written by two Washington Post writers covering Trump’s life through the Republican nomination. Otherwise a well written 4 star biography. I downgraded it to 3 stars because the capable authors rushed the book to press prior to the election presumably to capita...
September 22, 2017
I don't live in the States, nor do I know a lot about Trump, so my view on this book is sort of neutral. Anyway, all politicians have something to hide - don't we all? People have gotten so swept up in the media storm surrounding Trump, looking at every aspect of his life under a microscope, that...
December 25, 2017
Donald Trump fascinates me.
The businessman, the reality tv personality, to the sweeping outsider who went on to capture the Republican nomination. I do not support Trump; in fact, I quite loathe the man. However, it is his history and his rise that I find entirely fascinating. He's the sort of in...
October 16, 2016
The book is good. Trump, not so much!
December 09, 2016
This is an exceptionally well done biography of Donald Trump; put together by Michael Kranish and Marc Fisher, supported by the staff of the "Washington Post". The 'Post' has traditionally produced biographies of presidential candidates every four years, in an attempt to provide the electorate wi...
September 17, 2016
Everything this man's done and said. Everyone he's offended and he's still going to get over 40% of the popular vote. He's the symptom of a greater illness. This is the real issue and uncomfortable fact.
May 21, 2017
A balanced but flimsy compilation from Washington Post's so-called journalists... with about 20% lifted straight from "Art of the Deal". If you're looking for a data-driven analysis of key business transactions, keep looking.
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