Book: Trump 2020 - The Case for the Re-election of Donald J. Trump by Josh Y Goldsteincategories: Book, 2020 Elections, American Presidential Election, Case for Trump, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, Trump Election Victory, Trump Landslide, KAG, MAGA, Trump 2020
Josh Y Goldsteinabout this book: Donald J. Trump is a force of nature. He has been described as "a bull in a china shop." Yet looking beyond the personality of the man, there is a long list of policy accomplishments. This book attempts to separate the man from his policies, and make the case for his likely re-election in the 2020 election.
5.0 out of 5 stars Key Facts Organized and Presented
Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2020
This book is a quick read that summarizes President Trumps major accomplishments, his handling of key situations, his record of promises made/kept, and more. As you would expect, the case is not wrapped in neutral colors. Goldstein has done a good job in gathering key facts and offers a bibliography and appendix for additional information. Noticeably, there are subjects are missing from the book (climate change and the national debt are examples), yet this is a good book for anyone wants the high points of the strong case for President Trump's re-election.
Michael A. Brown
5.0 out of 5 stars An Awesome Up-to-Date Read
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2020
Whether you like President Donald J. Trump or not, you'll like this book. Well, no you won't if you hate him. Why? Because you are in your feelings! An an independent, I can appreciate the great read that is this book. It certainly makes the case for why Pres. Trump will be the next POTUS. The democrats dont have a candidate strong enough to beat him. Read this and see why. I love the quotes in the beginning and having friends across this country, Andrew Yang said it best, "The reason Donald Trump was elected was that we automated away four million manufacturing jobs in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. If you look at the voter data, it shows that the higher the level of concentration of manufacturing robots in a district, the more that district voted for Trump."
5.0 out of 5 stars Very informative with a different point of view
Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2020
As you will see, I am a liberal and I have never seen much of anything good about the man. In lieu of this, nobody is all bad. Goldstein opens up several good points that could make a person easily see the good that he HAS done. This has forced me to open my mind so as to have a broader and more informed idea of what all the fuss is about with a man who ignores climate change, the deficit, the minimizing of programs and safety nets that we have all enjoyed for years (and have paid for).
It is because of this that I give Mr. Goldstein five stores for showing me the other side.
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