In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!

In Trump We Trust E Pluribus Awesome Donald Trump isn t a politician he s a one man wrecking ball against our dysfunctional and corrupt establishment Now Ann Coulter with her unique insight candor and sense of humor makes the definit

  • Title: In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!
  • Author: Ann Coulter
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  • Page: 218
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Donald Trump isn t a politician he s a one man wrecking ball against our dysfunctional and corrupt establishment Now Ann Coulter, with her unique insight, candor, and sense of humor, makes the definitive case for why we should all join his revolution The three biggest news stories of the 2016 election have been Trump, Trump, and Trump The media have twisted themselveDonald Trump isn t a politician he s a one man wrecking ball against our dysfunctional and corrupt establishment Now Ann Coulter, with her unique insight, candor, and sense of humor, makes the definitive case for why we should all join his revolution The three biggest news stories of the 2016 election have been Trump, Trump, and Trump The media have twisted themselves in knots, trying to grasp how he won over millions of Republicans, whether he really has a shot in November, and what he d be like as President But Ann Coulter isn t puzzled She knows why Trump was the only one of 17 GOP contenders who captured the spirit of our time She gets the power of addressing the pain of the silent majority and saying things the PC Thought Police considers unspeakable She argues that a bull in the china shop is exactly what we need to make America great again In this short but powerful book, Coulter explains why conservatives, moderates, and even disgruntled Democrats should set aside their doubts and embrace Trump He s flipped the GOP from a globalist party to a nationalist party, just when it s essential that we put America first in our trade deals and alliances He s abandoned the GOP s decades long commitment to a bellicose foreign policy, at a time when the entire country is sick of unnecessary wars He s ended GOP pandering to Hispanics with his hard line on immigration Working class Americans finally have a champion against open borders and cheap immigrant labor He s broken the power of identity politics It turns out you don t need to act religious to win the Evangelical vote or talk about your dad the bartender to win the blue collar vote or have served in the military to win the military vote He s overturned the media s traditional role in setting the agenda and defining who gets to be considered presidential He s exposed political consultants as grifters and hacks, most of whom don t know real voters from a hole in the ground.If you re already a Trump fan, Ann Coulter will help you defend and promote your position If you re not, she might just change your mind.From the Hardcover edition.

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    1. I think this is the first time in my life I have ever suggested that people should listen to Rush Limbaugh, but check out Rush Limbaugh literally can't stop laughing at the plight of Ann Coulter. And while you're at it, don't miss the link to The Five Stages of Ann Coulter’s Trump Grief by the same author. I have nothing to add, they've said it all._________________________[Update, Apr 13 2017]Donald Trump is upsetting Ann Coulter again. I was particularly intrigued by the following passage fr [...]

    2. this isn't real. no way.hahahah.oh. it is real?this is a real book? written by a real person?with that title?oh.hahahah. haha. hahahahahahahah.hahaha. wow. oh, ann coulter. you are still going.hahahahahahahah.

    3. Up until last year, I disliked Ann Coulter immensely. Not because I had ever read anything she'd written, or watched her on TV, but because the liberal US bloggers I followed hated her with such passion that I assumed she must be the absolute worst. After all, I respected these highly intelligent bloggers (professors, politicians, economists) and if they dislike someone, it must be with good reason.Then Trump happened.In February 2016, I was chatting online with my best friend, whose opinion I r [...]

    4. recommendation? Just read it.I know as well as I know my own name that as soon as some see this book they will decide they hate it (no need to actually read it). As I always do I recommend that you try to have an open mind. I think I got a pretty clear picture of Mr. Trump related in Ms. Coulter's inimitable style.

    5. Trump puts America first No one is capable of expressing their mind better than Ann Coulter. She cares more about America and justice than any other journalists. Her blogs, her tweets and her books are the best illustrators of her mind, and this book is no different. She is a lone fighter among grifters, hacks, losers and liberals. In this book, the 12-time New York Times bestselling author has rocked the world of journalism. Ann Coulter has been a staunch supporter of Donald Trump and the first [...]

    6. After reading this book I'm really puzzled. How did Ann Coulter get books on the best seller list? Also I had to revise my 2 star review to 1 star after hearing Ann Coulter say, Trump won her over "with his Mexican rapist speech." She's so giddy by the mere menton of his name and I'm not really the right audience for reading fan books or something poorly written. (But Ann, serously, you should have gotten an editor.). Ann Coulter starts her book by acknowledging that she "didn't have time to for [...]

    7. I really enjoyed the book. It captured much of my frustrations with the media, Liberals/Democrats and Republicans as well. Coulter clearly lays the foundation for what attracted people to Trump and why he was wildly popular despite the media working against him and even the Republicans. While I don't agree him with everything Trump says or does, I do like how he won't kow tow to the Republicans and he listens to the voters. Best part of the book, and most frustrating to Liberals, Coulter has foo [...]

    8. 2016 elections (in the U.S. And Great Britain) are about one issue: borders2016 boils down to one major question: whether America builds a wall. That question actually touches far more issues, impacting jobs (open borders with free trade mean more competitors willing to work for lower wages, which drives down U.S. wages, particularly for low income families), U.S. security and crime, terrorism, culture and how many drugs enter the nation. Even Chris Matthews agrees Donald Trump is "on to somethi [...]

    9. Another Hilarious Coulter Hit!I thoroughly enjoyed this book, which chronicles Trump's rise from political oddity to presidential nominee. Coulter's trademark sarcasm is liberally (!) sprinkled throughout. She accurately pins Trump's appeal on his willingness to confront the issues of illegal immigration and national security, which had been ignored by GOP politicians for decades. My favorite chapter was the last one: "Geniuses," which consists of several pages of quotes from political analysts [...]

    10. When the Going Gets Rogue, the Rogue Get Going; or, Success Through ExcessDeploying two of the greatest weapons in her arsenal, humor and enthusiasm, Coulter sheds light on how, against all odds, Trump was able to earn his party's nomination, despite the media's attempted mesmerism, the tiresome talk-'round-the-clock soothsaying naysayers and naysaying soothsayers telling us Little Engine style "this cannot be done, this cannot be done, this cannot be done"Contrary to what some might think, this [...]

    11. Hey I don't think this book was as good as Adios America - not as well footnoted (although don't get me wrong - it is footnoted) - but definitely worth the money I spent buying it new. She's the only one who is out there telling the truth about Trump and the fact that it is his policies and not his personality that has gotten him this far. No one seems to be able to make that leap of undertanding. This book came out just as Trump seemed to indicate some fudging on enforcing immigration laws - if [...]

    12. Recommended Reading!! Particularly if you're tired of the political parties taking your views and opinions for granted. Cheers for Ann Coulter saying it like it is, even if she's sometimes a bit over the top and in your face.

    13. Coulter is witty, succinct and backs up her arguments with facts.I truly.enjoyed this book. If you think this country is in trouble, read this book.

    14. "I told you so."That seems to be the underlying theme of this book. Ann Coulter was on Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO in 2015. He asked her who had the best chance of winning the election. She answered, "Based on the declared candidates, Donald Trump." The audience laughed. That's why this book has that feeling of "I told you so." This book was published in August, so it only goes through the primaries. It does not cover the general election. (It is selling a lot better since the election.) Sh [...]

    15. 8 -- snarky but interesting. The author was a bit repetitious (maybe she needed a certain word count to get paid?) but Coulter does back up her assertions with quotes and 14 pages of notes in small print in the back. Trump's obnoxious. He's thick-skinned which is good as the media absolutely loves to misquote him. He's not politically correct which is refreshing. Quote from early in the book: "Although the media tried to portray Trump's popularity as a cult of personality, ironically, the one th [...]

    16. Great book! A lot of pithy quotes and a good reminder of how wrong the establishment, the media, and most of the general public where in regards to Trump. Written in Coulter's typical witty and rhetorically cutting style it is a must read if you are at all interested in the Trump candidacy for president.

    17. The truth at lastI hope a lot of people have time to read this book before they vote. Ann has done her research. Very enjoyable read!

    18. Another awesome book by Coulter. She's so fun to read. The irony and sarcasm comes with a heavy dose and loved it.

    19. A very persuasive 192 page argument for voting for Donald Trump. There's no political pundit I respect more than Ann Coulter.

    20. I have been wanting to read a book about each of the candidates before the election but each one have had read so far was soooo bias. This book was by far the best so far, it provides both sides of a view and leaves it to the reader to decide which way you want to believe.The press has been so negative of Mr Trump since being part of this campaign. I have been wondering if any one is listening to what he really is saying because I haven't been able to come up with the view the press has taken. S [...]

    21. I've struggled a lot in regards to Mr. Trump and what exactly to do with him. This book offers a lot of good insight as to who Mr. Trump is in this election compared to the GOP establishment, and what his policies really are. In short while Donald Trump is no Solomon, he's won largely based on policies and addressing the actual concerns that people (GOP voters) are actually talking about around the water cooler. She correctly points out that the only candidate not beholden to special interest do [...]

    22. I learned a few things from this book, but it's such a painful mixture of facts and lies that I would recommend it to no one. If you must read it, then take a highlighter and highlight every sentence that has a citation and then read only those. The format of the book is "quotation"(1), fact(2), fact(3), "quotation"(4), fact(5), outlandish claim with no basis in reality, fact(6), ridiculous conclusion. Nonsense. The biggest lesson I took from this book is that everyone with a voice in America is [...]

    23. Delighted by this stark contrast to MSMs ongoing whining. Debunks accusations.Started before the election and finished after. Listening to Ann Coulter reading it while driving to and from work was a nice timeout from the Norwegian PC news. Ann debunks a lot of the crap on the elected President whom I hope will be a new Reagan.

    24. Clearly points out the total hypocrisy of do nothing politicians and media who doesn't do their job.Scathing and searing holes in all the lame protestations such as 'trump is racist'.Finally someone to take on the CORRUPT establishment

    25. Want to Understand How Trump Surprised the Electorate?I've been intrigued how the media, political pundits, and a large portion of the public not only didn't foresee Trump's success, but had written him off as a complete non-contender. I also want to know more about the president-elect as I found him to be rough around the edges during the campaign. What's his history? Strip away the spotlight--what does he believe in? Coulter does a great job of explaining all of it! I found the book to be fact [...]

    26. MisunderestimatedThis book details Donald Trump's campaign, and how he baffles both the media and political establishments. He has the revolutionary idea that politicians should serve those that they represent, rather than rule over them. The epilogue of this book is a collection of obituaries for the Donald's political career, all of them flat wrong. Like the Wright Brothers, Robert Goddard and Elon Musk, he has basically left the establishment behind.

    27. I recommend everyone read this book now that Tromp won the election. It will explain how and why he won and touches on the liberal media antics. Whether you agree or not it will point out some interesting facts

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