Pop Stars, Pageants & Presidents: How An Email Trumped My Life Hardcover – 25 Sep 2018
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"Rob Goldstone may look like a bit player in this story, but he is an avatar of the new power brokers in the age of politics as entertainment." --New York Times
"Rob Goldstone, the Playboy Who Could Bring Down Trump." --Daily Beast
"That the scandal is now so clear, and Trump, Jr.'s, complicity so undeniable, is due to the directness with which Goldstone described the situation." --New Yorker
"Rob Goldstone, a man with cringeworthy Facebook videos, could bring down the president's son." --Business Insider"[Goldstone] finds himself cast as a Falstaffian figure in the ongoing saga of the first family's uncomfortably close relations with Russia." --The Guardian
"Goldstone finds himself in the center of a massive international scandal -- and we find ourselves down the rabbit hole of his insane internet presence." --The Cut
"[Rob Goldstone is the] notorious, funny hat-wearing court jester." --The Guardian
"Goldstone, whatever his name, looks like some sort of sketchy '90's boy band manager with that outfit." --Fox News
"Rob Goldstone is a colorful figure...a bon vivant who posts self-deprecating videos on social media, hobnobs with New York socialites and sometimes uses bluster and hyperbole to open doors." --The Washington Post
"I have called Emin and [Rob] Goldstone the Rosencrantz and Guildenstern of this story because they are always there." --Michael Isikoff (author of Russian Roulette)
About the Author
Rob Goldstone is a British-born journalist, celebrity publicist and music manager. He began his career as a journalist writing for U.K. newspapers and venturing into broadcast radio. Goldstone then moved first to Sydney, Australia and later to New York City to pursue a career in marketing, public relations and, ultimately, music management. For the past two decades Goldstone has been based in New York City although he travels extensively-both for work and pleasure. Although he has written countless features and articles, Pop Stars, Pageants & Presidents: How an Email Trumped My Life marks his debut as an author.