The Best Donald Trump Books Review (2020)

Donald Trump Best Books Donald John Trump was born on the 14th of June 1946, in Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, New York, United States of America. Donald is the forty-fifth and current president of the United States.

Prior to entering into the sphere of politics, Donald was a businessman and a very active television personality. Donald grew up in Queens, which is a borough of New York City. He acquired his bachelor’s degree in economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Donald J. Trump began his business endeavors after he received a small loan of one million US dollars from his father, Frederick Christ Trump. As of 2020, Donald has amassed approximately 3.1 Billion US dollars. Donald has been married on three separate occasions.

The foremost being with Ivanka Trump, from 1977 to 1992, then to Marla Maples, from 1993 to 1999, and finally to Melania Trump from 2005 and the couple are still going strong.

Being amongst the most prominent figures in modern USA, the most eminent political figures of all of modern time, Donald is quite the enchanting individual. As such, many a book has been written for the billionaire. What we’ll concern ourselves with, today, will be what the best Donald Trump books are.

 

The Making of Donald Trump by David Cay Johnston

David Cay Johnston’s book The Making of Donald Trump was published in the year of 2016. While the book is a little under three-hundred pages in length, what the pages entail is a singularly dense story of the famous billionaire.

David Cay Johnston is a person with quite a lot of knowledge about Donald. For the better part of more than thirty years, Johnston has been following and studying Donald, even in the years prior to modern digitalization.

With material and content to write about in excess, Johnston’s book is as insightful to the enigma as anyone can ever hope. The two met, for the first time, in Atlantic City in 1987, during the casino period of Trump’s life.

The book covers an astonishingly long portion of the career of Trump. Johnston reveals what the whole story about the quiet boy from a small section of Queens, New York. The way that Johnston sets the book up, it leaves no doubt about how the boy would one day become the distinctly complex public figure of today. In spite of how famous and how entrancing the person might be, his career has been subject to plentiful controversies, too.

We go from the very start with the fortune of Donald’s family and all the way up to the business empire that Donald has accumulated and created throughout the especially lengthy career that has had.

We see how his education went, his early career and everything in between until we got to the especially intriguing figure of today. Johnston’s is truly one of the best Donald Trump books, to date.

 

The Beautiful Poetry of Donald Trump by Rob Sears

No one word can justly be attributed to the persona of Trump quite as his own innate lightheartedness.

As such, this book is, perhaps, the best Donald Trump books just because no other book can capture the frivolous side of Trump as adequately as this one has. Published in 2017, The Beautiful Poetry of Donald Trump was penned by author Rob Sears.

Rob saw that there must be a certain, even if odd, artistry intrinsic to Trump. Having ascertained this, he took a large number of the lines the president has either spoken or written over the years.

The words clipped straight out of the fingers or mouth of Trump were thus rearranged in an interesting manner so as to make up these generally shorter poems. Seeing as the poems actually are quite fascinating in their own right, we can deduce that Trump certainly has a higher aspect about him, one poetic and artistic, at the same time.

The verses just waiting to gain wings and dazzle the world with their exquisiteness were simply lying in plain sight in the seemingly curt, serious tweets and interviews of the billionaire.

Topics range from the very nature of truthfulness and honesty, all the way to the thoughts Trump has on Lord Sugar. Rarely is any book even half as charming as this one is, but coupled with the fact that it is about the president of the USA, it achieves feats hitherto thought impossible.

 

 

Impeach: The Case Against Donald Trump by Neal Katyal and Sam Koppelman

Neal Katyal and Sam Koppelman’s book Impeach: The Case Against Donald Trump was published only a year ago, in 2019. 

The book puts everything that occurred during the time of Trump’s presidency into the most proper historical and legal context. The authors clarify the often discussed and sometimes overblown ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’ section that is present in the US constitution.

This section is important as it is slated to enable grounds for eventual impeachment. The crimes aren’t clearly expressed or explained in the laws and regulations, but they certainly center around the abuse of the trust of the public. This aspect is certainly the one happening.

The book even possesses a separate question and answer section for the most frequent questions that might irk the minds of readers and citizens, alike. Upon the reading, one will be positively astounded at how recent the information presented is. One might even come to the conclusion that changes and alterations might have occurred even until the final hour before publication.

An aspect that doesn’t get quite the appropriate level of attention when speaking of laws, regulations, impeachments, and the like, is the readability for the average person. The quintessential layman doesn’t understand every legal term thrown around, but Neal and Sam write the book so as to make it accessible to anyone interested in the topic.

As such, we have no doubt that the book is amongst, or even on the clear top of, the best Donald Trump books.