The best biography of Donald Trump, by far, was written by Pulitzer Prize winner Michael D’Antonio. Its title: Never Enough: Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success, reprinted in 2016 as The Truth About Trump.
D’Antonio’s most recent post on the most powerful person on Earth is titled “Something is terribly wrong with Trump” (https://www.cnn.com/2019/03/18/opinions/something-terribly-wrong-with-donald-trump-dantonio/index.html).
There, D’Antonio delves into the hot dispute between Trump’s arrogant, obnoxious mouthpiece, Kellyanne Conway, and her husband, George Conway, a well-respected, conservative Republican lawyer who correctly thinks Trump is unfit for the office he holds, for psychological reasons, among others.
D’Antonio also expands on Trump’s blatant xenophobia and racism.
Associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones was with Trump and his Acting Chief of Staff, former Tea Party Congressman from South Carolina Mick Mulvaney, early this morning, just after Trump sent his latest tweet.
“Sir,” Mulvaney said, “D’Antonio is an enemy of the people, and we need to keep him out of the public eye. In fact, he is, in reality, your biggest enemy for 2020.”
“Gitmo ain’t good enough for him, Mick. I let him interview me for his book — one of the biggest mistakes I ever made. Come up with something better, like an undisclosed location in Egypt or Romania."