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Books by and about 2020 presidential candidates
Crippled America,
by Donald J. Trump (2015)
Fire and Fury,
by Michael Wolff (2018)
Trump Revealed,
by Michael Kranish and Marc Fisher (2016)
The Making of Donald Trump,
by David Cay Johnston (2016)
Promise Me, Dad ,
by Joe Biden (2017)
The Book of Joe ,
by Jeff Wilser (2019; biography of Joe Biden)
The Truths We Hold,
by Kamala Harris (2019)
Smart on Crime,
by Kamala Harris (2010)
Guide to Political Revolution,
by Bernie Sanders (2017)
Where We Go From Here,
by Bernie Sanders (2018)
Our Revolution,
by Bernie Sanders (2016)
This Fight Is Our Fight,
by Elizabeth Warren (2017)
by Cory Booker (2016)
Conscience of a Conservative,
by Jeff Flake (2017)
Two Paths,
by Gov. John Kasich (2017)
Every Other Monday,
by Rep. John Kasich (2010)
Courage is Contagious,
by John Kasich (1998)
Shortest Way Home,
by Pete Buttigieg (2019)
by Michelle Obama (2018)
Higher Loyalty,
by James Comey (2018)
The Making of Donald Trump,
by David Cay Johnston (2017)
Higher Loyalty ,
by James Comey (2018)
Trump vs. Hillary On The Issues ,
by Jesse Gordon (2016)
Outsider in the White House,
by Bernie Sanders (2015)

Book Reviews

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Trump: How to Get Rich, by Donald J. Trump and Meredith McIver, published March 23, 2004

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Click here for 13 full quotes from Donald Trump in the book Trump: How to Get Rich.
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BOOK REVIEW by OnTheIssues.org:

This book is half autobiography and half business advice. In How to Get Rich, Trump illustrates his business endeavors and techniques, as well as his values and lifestyle.

This book is filled with managerial anecdotes and financing advice. It is written in a motivational and instructional style: the book is, after all, entitled: How to Get Rich. Trump shares his tricks of negotiation, advice on hiring and firing, and explains technique to successfully ask for a raise. Tips like these are scattered amongst biographical facts throughout the book. The book is somewhat scattered and lacking order in that regard, but has a flow and readability to it. There is a entire chapter dedicated to his hair, of course, that is almost to have been expected.

While How to Get Rich is not a political book and was published long before any talk of his Presidential bid, this book gives insight to how Trump conducts business and views the world.

-- Patrick Carpenter, OnTheIssues editor, August 2019

 OnTheIssues.org excerpts:  (click on issues for details)
    Trust people consistently ranked high over 15 or 20 years.
    Sue scoundrels but settle with the rest.
    Sometimes I wait 5 minutes for a deal; sometimes 15 years.
    I'm big on education, for people of all ages.
Families & Children
    My family is my motivation.
Foreign Policy
    Americans need to be more aware of what's going on abroad.
    Keep loyal hardworking people around as long as they'd like.
Principles & Values
    Tell people you’re successful or they won’t know it.
    Good management requires hiring good people.
    Lessons: stay focused on big picture.
    Surround yourself with people you can trust.
    Negotiating deals is about persuasion, not power.
    The Art of the Hair: it's all natural, and all mine.

The above quotations are from Trump: How to Get Rich, by Donald J. Trump and Meredith McIver, published March 23, 2004.

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