Bestseller List is for week of February 2-8, 2017, check it out HERE
WASHINGTON, DC – The question of how Donald Trump went from real estate mogul to president of the United States has been on the minds of many readers, evident by the surge of books written by and about President Trump. Included in the group are Trump’s two books, The Art of the Deal and Great Again: How to Fix Our Crippled America, and David Horowitz’s Big Agenda: President Trump’s Plan to Save America and Roger Stone’s Making of the President 2016: How Donald Trump Orchestrated a Revolution.
Roger Stone, longtime friend of and advisor to Trump, examines how Trump swayed the hearts of Americans in his favor. Piece by piece, Stone breaks down Trump’s attacks on Hillary Clinton, how the polls got it wrong, and the mainstream media’s bias throughout the cycle. David Horowitz, on the other hand, looks to the future Trump presidency and how he can restore the conservative cause.
“This past election—this Trump phenomenon—was unlike anything we’ve ever seen before,” said Christopher Malagisi, editor in chief of the Conservative Book Club. “Trump’s rise to the presidency had so many pundits perplexed and so many people are curious to understand just how this happened and what we can expect from Trump going forward.”
The Conservative Book Club’s weekly conservative bestseller list is independently created and the selection of books for the weekly list is determined by the Conservative Book Club. Data for the Lists is derived from Nielson BookScan Data, the provision of which does not imply any endorsement whatsoever by Nielson of any Conservative Book Club activities or Lists.
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