This Pro-Trump White House tell-all packs a wallop -- dishing behind-the-scenes anecdotes of inside-the-White House racism against President Obama (Steve Kroft, CBS); inside-the-White House hate against President Trump (Jake Tapper, CNN); and inside-the-White House progressive media bias against President Trump (Chuck Todd, NBC and April Ryan, CNN).
15 Years A Deplorable: A White House Memoir by Mike McCormickPulling no punches, former White House stenographer Mike McCormick describes with eyewitness precision specific transgressions and why those transgressors should no longer be reporting on America’s democracy.
Readers who value a fair and balanced media will appreciate McCormick’s candor and honesty in unmasking these offending “journalists” and “news” organizations; as well, they will appreciate his robust assessment of credible journalists and news organizations.
The Obama White House was a perilous environment for a Trump supporter, so McCormick stayed below the radar until an inadvertent slip-up among some colleagues cost him dearly. But with his unique Obama White House insider’s perspective, McCormick dissects the 2016 election with month-to-month descriptions of Donald Trump’s amazing march to the presidency (assisted by Mr. McCormick’s brothers, both volunteer Trump advocates).
There are never-before-reported anecdotes on Hillary Clinton’s indefensibly poor campaign (Democrats, it wasn’t Russia that lost her the White House). Trump fans will enjoy McCormick’s firsthand accounts of Team Obama’s many failures and how their reliance on their fawning media pals to hide them resulted in the election of President Donald Trump!
McCormick also takes full advantage of his front-row White House vantage point spanning 15 years to generate insights into the causes for America’s current vicious political climate, as well as a novel solution.
McCormick’s love of democracy and the American spirit shines through in his anecdotes of the strength and dignity of our American servicemen and servicewomen whom he met in a variety of theaters and activities, including as the co-founder of a volunteer kayak therapy program at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center from 2004 to 2007.
Fair-minded Americans will appreciate McCormick’s portrayal of George W. Bush’s compassionate genius, and George H.W. Bush’s and Bill Clinton’s grace, industry, and bipartisan cooperation in the saving of millions of lives in 2005, as well as his humorous anecdotes of Michelle Obama’s zest for life, and Joe Biden’s incessant bungling.
This is a book of real history, by an author who lived it -- on Air Force One, Air Force Two, in the Oval Office, the West Wing, Iraq, China, Russia, and every state in America.
If you believe in democracy and the American spirit, read this book!
If you are sick of media unfairness against Donald Trump and democracy, read this book!
If you are a proud Deplorable and believe Donald Trump is a great president, read this book!
If what you hear about President Trump has you worried that our country and world are going from bad to worse, read this book!
If you are a politically aware Democrat, Republican, or independent and want the best for America, read this book!
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From the book
“My job was to record and type the public words spoken by presidents and vice presidents and senior officials for the official White House record, without opinion, embellishment, or omission.
One time just before deplaning off a C-17 into a hot zone, my transcription equipment caught the attention of a Secret Service Counter Assault Teamer. “What’s that for?” he asked.
“To protect his words,” I replied.
“Roger that,” he said with a taut nod.
...my transcription had to be as fast and accurate as humanly possible. Accomplishing that day in and day out, with demanding deadlines — “The President wants that transcript ASAP. How much longer?” — required not only me, but a team of five other stenographers, six of us in all.
Whether he was going to Peoria or Paris, one of us accompanied the President on every trip outside of Washington, D.C.”
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