The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, is holding a red book with a pale portrait of US President Donald Trump, while the latter is waging a wide-ranging offensive against the book and its author, accusing him of Dementia and lying on one hand, financing and espionage on the other hand.
“A Fire and Anger” is the title of an exciting author of the American journalist Michael Wolf, revealing some of the secrets of President Trump’s presidential White House, focusing on exposing Trump’s personality since his campaign to crown him at the head of the United States. A dialogue with senior White House officials and close associates of Trump and his family.
Game of elections
The book has sparked an unprecedented wave of controversy and has received extraordinary attention around the world to re-energize the investigative press and raise the eyebrows of thousands of followers of the US in the controversial Trumpet and suspicions. Throne of Donald Trump. The book takes an escalating sequence of events, starting with Trump announcing his intention to run, which revealed Wolf’s refusal to Trump’s old friend and former Fox News executive Roger Eugene Ellis to accept as president of the Trump campaign. Orange “does not have a political point of view or solid ground on which to base political action, as well as that he is not eligible to participate in any political program in the country.
Wolf says that just a week after Ellis refused, Steve Bannon accepted the impossible task with the help of Trump’s adviser Sam Nunberg, who once asked the US president: Why do you want to become President of America? Trump replied: To become the most famous man in the world!
The preferable loss
According to Woolf, Trump himself wanted the presidential conflict to end with the announcement of his rival Hillary Clinton as president. Trump’s entry into the race was purely economic, which made Wolf assert that Trump believed that “the loss would be a big gain, His daughter, Ivanka, and her husband, Jared, will be transferred from unknown wealthy people to world celebrities and brand ambassadors.
But the most exciting thing in the book is that Wolf recognized that recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel was Trump’s plans from the moment he took over. The author goes on about the night of the dinner that Trump came to power; when campaigning fellow campaigner Roger Ellis told Steve Bannon that “The flamboyant billionaire realizes his new agenda as a right-winger in power,” he said, adding that his first assignment includes moving the US embassy to Jerusalem and rallying Israeli support for his policies from day one. Israeli billionaire Sheldon Adelson is the most supportive of Trump.
Speaking of economic supporters, Wolf reveals that the Trump Tower was the place where his campaign was run, in which he held his concerts in which he was described as a hamburger among the rich and famous. But what is interesting is Trump’s exaggerated interest in inviting right-wing media tycoon Robert Murdoch, But Trump made a terrible mistake by inviting a high-level delegation from the global technology conglomerate Apple, Facebook and Google, to convey their discontent with the technology industry during the Obama administration. Which make Murdoch described him by the fool, saying: “For eight years those men were Obama’s men, theydo not need your help”!
The first night
As for Trump’s first night at the White House, Trump wanted to have a private room without his wife Melania and ordered her own room, the first time the president and his wife had been in separate rooms.
The strangest thing is that Trump ordered that the door be closed and that no one enter him when he is inside. This has caused a problem between him and the members of the personal security forces, who have asserted that they have the right to enter his room at any time to carry out his security duties.
The New Tampa Rules at the White House included no one touching anything belonging to him even his tooth brush; which prompted him to rebuke a maid when she took his shirt off the floor. To which Trump stated “If my shirt is lying on the ground, I want there.”
Wolf accuses Trump of being a boy and confirms that one aspect of Trump’s past is personal. For example, after he sacked James Coomy, the former director of the FBI, Trump wanted plot toKumi, Trumb met some VIP Russian people, Including the Russian ambassador. Unfortunately, Trump revealed confidential and important information obtained by the United States concerning the smuggling of explosives into laptops in airplanes. Trump told them “too much” and this incident damaged Trump’s reputation in intelligence circles, prompting Komi to comment on the event by saying: “It’s Trump!”
Summit of Riyadh Summit
Prince Turki was invited to visit the White House. Trump was invited to visit Riyadh and both sides showed a strong and special relationship with each other and to make mutual promises, coupled with a series of financial transactions and announcements, Trump was impressed and talked a lot about it before his trip to Riyadh. He said Saudi Arabia would buy huge deals worth $ 110 billion and $ 350 billion over 10 years.
The book deals with the legendary treatment of Trump and his family. He gave them a non-reciprocal treatment of kings, moving with gold golf carts, and having a $ 75 million party in honor of the American president. “We have put our man at the top,” he said.
A crazy family
Wolf says the Trump family is crazy! Even as Donald Jr. dazzled his father, he held one of the most dangerous meetings in modern American politics, meeting with prominent Russian personalities and promising him to give him harmful information for his opponent (Henry Clinton) about the presidential election. This was followed by President Trump a year later in a political scandal he could not get rid of until today. Made his opponents accuse him of complicity with the Russians to influence the election results.
This fateful meeting was one of the biggest disasters in the Trump administration. All the statements that denied Trump’s cooperation with the Russians during the election campaign had become meaningless, and the White House team had come to see Trump as a liar, after they became sure for that meeting despite his denial in the past.
In the end, the author believes that the United States has not been insulted before in its history, as it is happened nowby tipping Trump to head the country. Wolf sees no one rational around Trump now, except his daughter Ivanka, who suddenly finds herself surrounded by a series of tough economic laws that restrict The White House. Then she started to move away from the palace of her father little by little, because she believes – as her father taught her – that the economy can be kept longer than politics.