Top positive review
A good book which gets to the dysfunctional heart of the Trump administration in the style of Vanity Fair
4 March 2018
Where to start? Wolff has captured well the turmoil of the first year of Trump's presidency. It is essential reading for anyone who already loathes Trump. In a gossipy, salacious and interpretive way Wolff gives you his view of the White House from his inside position on the sofa. Taken at face value it is a portrait of a President and his early coterie of advisors and lackeys, utterly clueless as to how to manage a Presidential win which no-one expected and everyone feared. Wolff does not mince his words and calls out Trump for his excesses of behaviour. Above all its a portrait of a president which should give us all pause for concern and lead us to question why the GOP of Abraham Lincoln should have so cynically embraced Trump to deliver their own agenda. For that Wolff deserves credit.