Trump's enemies : how the deep state is undermining the presidency
|Format:||Print Book 2018|
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This book will reveal the heart of the hostile bureaucratic network that has been operating in the shadows until the American people voted Trump into office. Trump's determination to transform the government, wipe out the swamp, and reduce the power of the bureaucratic machine has set him on a collision course with agencies populated by a workforce resistant to the American people's agenda.
That collision, however, is one that the president is prepared to meet head-on. Why? Because it is the key to unraveling the very swamp the administration is determined to end. The reader will have a front-row, exclusive seat for the political battles inside the White House and the war it is waging against those government bureaucrats, establishment officials, and foes within the Obama administration.
This book will expose the political and bureaucratic underbelly, its struggle to survive against an unorthodox commander-and-chief, and its willingness to do almost anything to stop him.
ContentsCast of characters
Dinner at Cambridge
The morning after
Inside the West Wing
Enemies in Congress
The administrative state
Interview with President Donald J. Trump
Pleas and verdicts
Against all odds
Published ReviewsPublisher's Weekly Review: "
Civil service -- United States.
Bureaucracy -- United States.
United States -- Politics and government -- 2017-
|Publisher|| New York :2018
Bossie, David N.,
275 pages ; 24 cm