The Onion, the nation s sole beacon of truth in an era besieged by darkness and lies, has fearlessly published hundreds of classified documents obtained from an anonymous whistleblower deep within the Trump White House Fromtop secret national security briefings hand colored in crayon by President Trump, toencrypted e mails sent by Kremlin operatives, to Vice President Pence s impure thoughts about the Morton Salt girl, the earth shattering revelationscontained withinThe Trump Leaksare all but certain to topple the president andalter the very arc of global history With this soon to be Pulitzer winning work of investigative reportage,America s Finest News Source has selflesslyprovided the world with its first and only glimpse inside the hidden workings and tortured minds of the Trump Administration....
|Title||:||The Trump Leaks: The Onion Exposes the Top Secret Memos, Emails, and Doodles That Could Take Down a President|
|Publisher||:||Harper Design October 24, 2017|
|Number of Pages||:||256 pages|
|File Size||:||769 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Trump Leaks: The Onion Exposes the Top Secret Memos, Emails, and Doodles That Could Take Down a President Reviews
This book is too long to read in a couple of minutes, and also contains a lot of words and no mentions of my name. Reading it would also require me to spend my own money, which of course wouldn't be a problem, but that's not what smart folk do. People have told me, though -- good people, the best people, people you wouldn't believe -- that this is a hilarious and subtle work of sublime genius, and also that those words mean it's a good book.
Not as strong as their other standalone books like Our Dumb Century, Our Dumb World, and others. There are some solid bits, but a lot of stuff that's pretty "easy" or overstays its welcome. Worse though is the layout/production, which is really disappointing. For two-page spreads they didn't leave any clearance for the spine so content becomes unreadable. How could that not be caught?
I read this book cover to cover. I thought it was about Trump taking a leak and where he took it but could find nothing about that in this book. It was disappointing but a minor point. The book is filled with facts, alternate facts, and enough material to fill all the pages. The book is heavy too. I like that. It weighs more than a book of a lot fewer pages and that says a lot. The funny parts are when it refers to Trump as "The President of the United States."
Every morning since January 21, my stomach cramps up, a cold sweat breaks out, and my intestines threaten to loosen a load that seems to be drawing from the digestive tracts of six teenage boys and a fat man, instead of a middle aged woman desperately trying to survive on kale and quinoa and the occasional bag of “fun” size KitKats, and that’s just from reading the WaPo headlines. Now I have the perfect book for my morning Dump dump, and can enjoy my number two with #45.
Ususally I like the Onion, this wasnot that funny, the whole alien thing way too overblown.
It was a gift for someone and they loved it.
Look, having this book—my uncle was a great professor and scientist and publisher at MIT; good jeans, very good jeans, OK, very smart, The Trump Leaks, very good, very smart —you know, if you’re a conservative Reader, if I were a liberal, if, like, OK, if I read this as a liberal Reader, they would say I’m one of the smartest people anywhere in the world—it’s true!—but when you’re a conservative Reader they try—oh, do they do a number—that’s why I always start off: Read this book, was a good reader, went there, went there, did this, built a bookmark—you know I have to give my like credentials all the time, because we’re a little disadvantaged—but you look at the publishing deal, the thing that really bothers me—it would have been so easy, and it’s not as important as these lives are (books is powerful; my uncle explained that to me many, many years ago, the power and that was 35 years ago; he would explain the power of what’s going to happen and he was right—who would have thought?), but when you look at what’s going on with the four chapters—now it used to be three, now it’s four—but when it was three and even now, I would have said it’s all in the messenger; fellas, and it is fellas because, you know, they don’t, they haven’t figured that the women are smarter right now than the men, so, you know, it’s gonna take them about another 150 years—but the Readers are great negotiators, the Publishers are great negotiators, so, and they, they just killed, they just killed us.
This is a great book, I mean it has the best words, believe me the best. It is the most insightfulicious pamphlet I've ever flipped through. And trust me I flip through a lot of books with pictures in them. What's the name of this book? Don't worry about it, the book knew what it signed up for when it got itself published.