Book review: In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!, by Ann Coulter

Must read before you cast your ballot November 2016 (October 15, 2016)

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I wish everyone in America would read this book before election day. Unlike some of Coulter’s other books where she recounts facts that make you so mad you have to put down the book in self-preservation, this book is a magical combination of fury over the way things have been in this country and hope for the future with Trump at the helm.

Coulter both explains the Trump phenomenon and shows where his critics go off the rails. Coulter seems to be able to come up with one quotable passage after another: With the facts at hand and the ability to put everything into context, Coulter may have written the best book of her career (so far, at least).

In case you hadn’t guessed, Coulter is firmly in Trump’s corner, but she presents her subject so adroitly that I’d like to think that anyone — even the most bitter Trump opponent — could read this and gain thereby.

To put it another way, if you hate Trump based on what his opponents (including the media) say, you have made a decision based on a small and misleading fraction of the available data. Trust in Ann Coulter — and this book — to show you sides of Trump his opponents don’t want you to know.

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