Fire and Fury: Inside The Trump White House, A Book Review

I may be late to this party, but I wanted to get my thoughts out there anyways. 

What a book, I just finished a couple weeks ago and let's say I'm glad I read it. 

I am not here today to give you details of what the book says or how it reads. I am simply here to give you my thoughts and opinions of what I read. I am also not here to write you an essay on the book, because let's be honest that's exactly what President Trump wants and not what you want. 

I also already graduated there is no need to relive the infamous Book Reports.

Let me start by saying, no matter how much of this book is actually true, it needed to be written. The general idea of the novel is exactly what is going on in our highest office as we speak. 

It finally gives a detailed description of what is behind the Tweets.

We have a President who, let's all be completely honest, is surprised to be where he is right now. I think if he was completely honest to all of us, he would say the same thing. 

Because of this, he has no idea what he's doing. (Please take that with a grain of salt. I mean, would you have any idea what you were doing?) Because of this, he is running our Country how he has always run his day to day life. One step at a time, one comment at a time, one decision at a time. 

"Why can't I fire him? That's next Monday Donald Trump's problem" - Donald Trump, (probably)

I think this is obvious to anyone who follows politics, or the daily news. This is why I won't be long.

This book does a great job at portraying what we see and hear in fantastic detail. Every single decision, every single behind the scenes comment seems to be included.

How Ivanka Trump, How Jared Kushner, How Steve Bannon threatened (or continue to threaten) the security of our Country and got into power by manipulating the worlds most powerful man. 

It seems dramatic and unnecessary, but it's the truth. 

This novel is about how we got here. 

It's told in a manor that will allow for history to confirm. By that, I mean it will allow for History to tell the story, for history to go beyond the Trump antics to tell a story that is different than what President Trump wants it to be. It gives us and will give history the chance to hear and see the truth that isn't always portrayed on a day to day basis. 

Because these words have been printed, history has a chance. There's a reason President Trump himself made frustrated comments about it. If you have nothing to hide, why make a fuss? 

This, to me, is not Fake News.