Tuesday, January 17, 2017

How Trump Won

Joel Pollack and Larry Schweikart have written a book entitled How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution. It is being released by Regnery Publishing as an e-book on Tuesday, January 17 via Amazon (Kindle) and Barnes & Noble (Nook), and will be released in paperback form on Monday, Feb. 27. The following is a special excerpt from the book. It caught my eye because it was about a Trump rally in New Mexico, where I now live.
Trump finishes his speech and boards the plane, which taxis away. The crowd files out, and we leave for our own plane.

We are exhausted, and we have another flight to go — this time, to Michigan, where Trump will try to expand the map again tomorrow, to a state that Republican presidential candidates have coveted, election after election, in vain.

Hillary Clinton does nothing like this. She does not pack every possible moment with events, or fly across the country. Covering Clinton is a much easier assignment, and also a more boring one. There’s not much to do, not much access to anything, and no sense of drama or adventure.

Despite their continued skepticism about the man, the journalists — doomed to play the Washington Generals to his Harlem Globetrotters, several shows a day, every day, until the election — seem to be enjoying the sudden shift in mood.

We board the plane, which is about to become a lot more crowded.
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