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Inside Trump's White House: The Real Story of His Presidency

a book by Doug Wead

(our site's book review)

Doug Wead Offers a Sweeping, Eloquent History of President Donald J. Trump's First Years in Office

The Amazon blurb says that After dozens of books and articles by anonymous sources, here is finally a history of the Trump White House with the President and his staff talking openly, on the record.

In Inside Trump's White House: The Real Story of His Presidency, Doug Wead offers a sweeping, eloquent history of President Donald J. Trump's first years in office, covering everything from election night to the news of today.

The book will include never-before-reported stories and scoops, including how President Trump turned around the American economy, how he "never complains and never explains," and how his actions sometimes lead to misunderstandings with the media and the public. It also includes exclusive interviews with the Trump family about the Mueller report, and narrates their reactions when the report was finally released.

It contains interviews with the President in the Oval Office, chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, Jared and Ivanka Kushner, Donald Trump, Jr., Eric and Lara Trump, and White House insiders.

In Inside Trump's White House: The Real Story of His Presidency, Doug Wead offers a sweeping, eloquent history of President Donald J. Trump's first years in office, covering everything from election night to the news of today
In Inside Trump's White House: The Real Story of His Presidency, Doug Wead offers a sweeping, eloquent history of President Donald J. Trump's first years in office, covering everything from election night to the news of today

After dozens of books and articles by anonymous sources, here is a history of the Trump White House with the President and his staff talking openly, honestly, and on the record. In Inside Trump's White House: The Real Story of His Presidency, Doug Wead offers a sweeping, eloquent history of President Donald J. Trump's first years in office, covering everything from election night to the news of today. The book includes never-before-reported stories and scoops, such as:


'Somebody's got to tell the truth about all of this. It is really a very special story.'-- Eric Trump
'Somebody's got to tell the truth about all of this. It is really a very special story.'-- Eric Trump

Wead's Book Contains Interviews Where Trump and his Children and Staff Talk Openly, on the Record

"How can you recover from some of these books? They are filled with false stories." --President Trump to the author [Doug Wead] in an Oval Office meeting

"He had the vision to cross over the bridge." --Ivanka Trump

"How soon do you think Mueller knew there was no collusion? Four days maybe?" -- Donald Trump Jr.

"Somebody's got to tell the truth about all of this. It is really a very special story."-- Eric Trump

"I think all of us hold out hope that the right thing will happen in the end. Maybe we will all be long gone but, eventually, we will be vindicated and validated." --Lara Trump

"We very quickly learned that those who talk, don't do. And those who do, don't talk." --Jared Kushner

"No matter the ridicule, you must stay true to what you believe is in the best interest of everyone." --Tiffany Trump

President-elect Donald J. Trump and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, January 20, 2017
Donald J. Trump and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, January 20, 2017 (Pelosi would end up trying to get him impeached, although personally preferring to see him charged, indicted, and imprisoned after he is out of office)


Pelosi would end up trying to get him impeached, although personally preferring to see him charged, indicted, and imprisoned after he is out of office
Pelosi would end up trying to get him impeached, although personally preferring to see him charged, indicted, and imprisoned after he is out of office

Wead says that "Trump's ability to think outside the box finally brought the elusive ISIS to heel. Ironically, the more hysterical and desperate the attacks on President Trump and his family, the more outrageous the move toward impeachment, the more deeply the Trumps would be etched into the marble of history. Future writers would not be moved by fabricated stories dubbing him a Russian spy. Or by the national publication that promoted false and vulgar stories about the first lady. Or by popular late-night comedians who asked their television audiences to promote pornographic images about the Trump family?? In time, the gleeful, obscene, personal attacks on the Trump family, egged on by corporate media executives and promoted by their chosen public figures, would make most reasonable observers recoil. History would be built with facts, not by the crude emotion that was used to drive television ratings."

Trump's ability to think outside the box finally brought the elusive ISIS to heel
Trump's ability to think outside the box finally brought the elusive ISIS to heel

Trump Dealt with Kim Jong-un and ISIS, Which Obozo Failed to Do

Wead continues "Donald J. Trump may be the most impacttul president in modern American history. That was my conclusion after reviewing his first two years in office. Other presidents, such as Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, and Ronald Reagan, desperately sought energy independence. Donald Trump found it. Some presidents saw young, nonviolent drug offenders as threats to society and changed laws to put them behind bars. Donald Trump got them jobs. In 1964, President Lyndon Baines Johnson had declared "all-out war on poverty and unemployment in these United States."'—Johnson gave the poor subsidized housing, food stamps, and welfare based on the number of children in a family. Under Donald Trump, unemployment would fall to the lowest levels ever recorded in American history, and 6 million Americans would be able to get off food stamps."

Obozo was sure Trump would face a nuclear attack from Kim Jong-un. But Trump visited Kim, talked to him, and got a rapport going with the guy
Obozo was sure Trump would face a nuclear attack from Kim Jong-un. But Trump visited Kim, talked to him, and got a rapport going with the guy

Trump had been told by Obozo that he had never called Kim Jong-un because he is a dictator. Trump told Wead he thought that was stupid. You can't win if you don't play. Obozo was sure Trump would face a nuclear attack from Kim Jong-un. But Trump visited Kim, talked to him, and got a rapport going with the guy. Obozo's prediction seems to have been based upon his own well-established lack of abilities in the foreign policy and communication and negotiation areas. Trump had more talent and more faith in himself than Obozo, the man whose bungled Mideast negotiations gave us ISIS—the gift that, like herpes, just keeps on giving.

Trump visited Kim Jong-un and got his war ideas calmed down; Trump had more talent and more faith in himself than Obozo, the man whose bungled Mideast negotiations gave us ISIS—the gift that, like herpes, just keeps on giving
Trump visited Kim Jong-un and got his war ideas calmed down; Trump had more talent and more faith in himself than Obozo, the man whose bungled Mideast negotiations gave us ISIS—the gift that, like herpes, just keeps on giving

Kim Jong-un wrote letters to Trump in which he expressed hope for the future and maybe even ending the war, which concluded with a mere armistice in 1953. The American media kept trying to ruin Trump's second summit with Kim, trying their best to make him look bad, regardless of the fact that Trump's results with Kim were much better than any president in history has had with North Korea. Apparently, saving our country and our people from nuclear war was less important than trying to hurt and humiliate Donald Trump. The Trump administration saw these ugly anti-American actions as treasonous.


Trump Will Be on Miss Me Yet? Posters Soon After He Leaves Office

Once Trump is gone and some liberal president is busy wrecking the country with the curse of political correctness, conservatives muffled and assaulted by extremists, and socialist programs we cannot begin to pay for, people will be missing Trump—this is when Ivanka will successfully run for president
Once Trump is gone and some liberal president is busy wrecking the country with the curse of political correctness, conservatives muffled and assaulted by extremists, and socialist programs we cannot begin to pay for, people will be missing Trump—this is when Ivanka will successfully run for president

A similar thing happened in the U.S. in 2010 after Obama's lies, corruption, smearing, intimidations and betrayals became too much for most conservatives: a George Bush billboard started appearing along our highways:

In the U.S. in 2010, after Obama's lies, corruption, smearing, intimidations and betrayals became too much for most conservatives, a George Bush billboard started appearing along our highways
In the U.S. in 2010, after Obama's lies, corruption, smearing, intimidations and betrayals became too much for most conservatives, a George Bush billboard started appearing along our highways

A similar thing happened in Iraq: Saddam Hussein started seeming greatly preferable to U.S. soldiers, who had wrecked the country and were pushing everyone around in an ugly way:

A similar thing happened in Iraq: Saddam Hussein started seeming greatly preferable to U.S. soldiers, who had wrecked the country and were pushing everyone around in an ugly way
A similar thing happened in Iraq: Saddam Hussein started seeming greatly preferable to U.S. soldiers, who had wrecked the country and were pushing everyone around in an ugly way

Once Trump is no longer president, and millions of us miss him, we predict Miss Me Yet? posters with Donald's face on them will start appearing with the caption: Miss Me Yet? Vote for Ivanka! (She's got our vote!)

Doug Wead has put together a well-documented factual book that aligns with the recent events in the Trump family lives and the lives of some of his advisers. You will find that, in spite of media insults, he does indeed act like a business person: telling staff to produce results or find another occupation. He also sets well-defined goals which are attainable. And he genuinely cares for lower and middle income Americans. You will be surprised by the Trump family's work ethic and abilities discussed in Inside Trump's White House: The Real Story of His Presidency. Prepare yourself to feel good about America and its greatness. History is likely to regard Trump as a much-misunderstood, but courageous and even a great president, a guy who is willing to try new approaches to old problems, and who is governed by what he believes is right rather that what is convenient or politically correct.


The Mainstream Media Thinks of Trump as a Bloviating Gasbag Who Only Tells the Truth by Accident

The mainstream media thinks of Trump as a bloviating gasbag who only tells the truth by accident
The mainstream media thinks of Trump as a bloviating gasbag who only tells the truth by accident


It may be true that Trump would like things to be like this . . . but they aren't
It may be true that Trump would like things to be like this . . . but they aren't


Wead sees Trump as a successful president defending himself from an unceasing onslaught of witchhunts, insults, and fake news designed to push Trump back to Trump Tower
Wead sees Trump as a successful president defending himself from an unceasing onslaught of witchhunts, insults, and fake news designed to push Trump back to Trump Tower

"Why is a presidential historian receiving death threats for writing an officially sanctioned book about an American presidency? In the eyes of Doug Wead, who was given unprecedented access to people associated with the Trump presidency, what are its distinguishing features? . . . " (Source: In Their Own Words: Creating An Official Record of the Trump Presidency—Doug Wead, Jan Jekielek, the Epoch Times)

New York Times best-selling author Doug Wead told Secrets that the threats also targeted his children and warned that the family will be 'bathed in blood' for telling the truth about Trump that exposes the lies of the mainstream media
New York Times best-selling author Doug Wead told Secrets that the threats also targeted his children and warned that the family will be 'bathed in blood' for telling the truth about Trump that exposes the lies of the mainstream media

"New York Times best-selling author Doug Wead told Secrets that the threats also targeted his children and warned that the family will be 'bathed in blood' if his new book, Inside Trump's White House: The Real Story of His Presidency, goes on sale as planned Nov. 26. 'I’ve never been threatened,' said Wead, well-known for a previous book about presidential children, All the Presidents' Children: Triumph and Tragedy in the Lives of America's First Families. But after receiving the emailed threats, some of which he shared with Secrets, he said, 'I feel responsible ... I don’t care about myself because I’m 73, but I worry about my kids.'” (Source: 'Left wing' death threats target Trump biographer for ‘fair book’, Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner)

At the end of his first year in office, Donald Trump would appoint four times as many federal appeals judges (conservatives) as Barack Obama and more than any other president in American history
At the end of his first year in office, Donald Trump would appoint four times as many federal appeals judges (conservatives) as Barack Obama and more than any other president in American history

"Democrats and never-Trump Republicans have waged a relentless campaign against Trump, accusing the president of being an intelligence asset of Vladimir Putin’s Russia – a treasonous act. . . . US Attorney John Durham has been overseas of late, collecting testimony from foreign sources regarding our Deep State’s international effort to stop Trump from remaining US president. [AG Barr and US Attorney Durham traveled overseas to gather information first hand about our intelligence services' recruitment of overseas assets to fabricate the Russian collusion hoax . . . Barr has elevated this inquiry to a full criminal investigation—good!]" (Source: Inside Trump’s White House: Deep State treason or a conspiracy theory?, Stephen Z. Nemo, Communities Digital News)

Democrats and never-Trump Republicans have waged a relentless campaign against Trump, accusing the president of being an intelligence asset of Vladimir Putin’s Russia; actually, Trump and Putin are in a wolf pack together—no 'intelligence' about it
Democrats and never-Trump Republicans have waged a relentless campaign against Trump, accusing the president of being an intelligence asset of Vladimir Putin’s Russia; actually, Trump and Putin are in a wolf pack together—no 'intelligence' about it

Wead's Book Contains the Truth about Trump That Totally Contradicts the Propaganda of the Liberal Narrative

The only reason the crazed, hysterical, desperate liberal extremists are issuing death threats to Wead about his book Inside Trump's White House: The Real Story of His Presidency is that it contains the truth about Trump that totally contradicts the propaganda of the liberal narrative. When their witchhunt failed, they tried impeachment, and since that is obviously failing as well, their tactics have gotten desperate. We feel sorry for these freaks for the fact that their constant anti-Trump dogma is falling on deaf ears—they are merely preaching to the choir and driving voters into the Trump camp.

We feel sorry for these freaks for the fact that their constant anti-Trump dogma is falling on deaf ears—they are merely preaching to the choir
We feel sorry for these freaks for the fact that their constant anti-Trump dogma is falling on deaf ears—they are merely preaching to the choir

"Larry Summers, a former secretary of treasury and top economic adviser to both Clinton and Obama, dismissed Trump’s budget as 'ludicrous.' Summers, who had also once been the president of Harvard University, said it would work if you believed in 'tooth fairies.' 'No, pigs do not fly,” said Robert Brusca, senior economist at FAO Economics. 'Donald Trump is dreaming.' But by the end of the year Donald Trump’s dreams had become America’s reality. His economy had effortlessly defied gravity. By the second quarter of 2018 the gross domestic product had topped 4.1 percent. Wages were up. Unemployment was down. CNN had promised 'A Trump win would sink stocks.' Instead, the New York Stock Exchange broke record highs ninety-six times in his first two years in office." (Source: Doug Wead's Inside Trump's White House, Doug Wead, centerstreet)

'No, pigs do not fly” said Robert Brusca, senior economist at FAO Economics. 'Donald Trump is dreaming.'—But by the end of the year Donald Trump’s dreams had become America’s reality
'No, pigs do not fly” said Robert Brusca, senior economist at FAO Economics. 'Donald Trump is dreaming.'—But by the end of the year Donald Trump’s dreams had become America’s reality

Trump Correctly Says Both the Middle East and the U.S. Were Much Better Off before Dubya's Iraq Invasion

ISIS would not exist if we had not crushed Saddam Hussein’s regime in Dubya’s war on Iraq. Iraq was better off under Saddam
ISIS would not exist if we had not crushed Saddam Hussein’s regime in Dubya’s war on Iraq. Iraq was better off under Saddam

Many pundits say this unique terrorist army called ISIS would not exist if we had not crushed Saddam Hussein’s regime in Bush’s war on Iraq. Politicians like Donald Trump or Rand Paul are saying that Iraq, Libya and Syria were better off under Saddam, Qaddafi and Assad than they are now.

In 2014, NBC News had a headline, “Not Worth It: Huge Majority Regret Iraq War, Exclusive Poll Shows”, written by Carrie Dann. A poll showed that only 22% of Americans still thought the Iraq war had been a good idea, nearly as bad as 1999 polls about the Vietnam War. This was a new low, down from 32% in 2013 and 62% in March 2003, when Secretary of State Colin Powell told that big lie at the United Nations about Saddam Hussein’s “threat” to our security. Many Americans are starting to make the connection between the war on Iraq, and the rise of terrorism in the region. Functionally speaking, although unintentional, the U.S. military is one big terrorist factory.

The U.S. military is one big terrorist factory: kill one terrorist, create 10 more terrorists that are relatives or friends of the deceased
The U.S. military is one big terrorist factory: kill one terrorist, create 10 more terrorists that are relatives or friends of the deceased

"Wead said that most of the stories spread about the Trump administration -- including how Trump selected Mike Pence as his running mate in 2016 -- are 'totally false' and the true stories are 'better.'

'So why make them up?' Wead asked." (Source: 'Inside Trump's White House' author: Claims about Trump and Melania being estranged are 'totally false', Joshua Nelson, Fox News)

"It could be considered one of the most powerful plugs in the world. President Trump this week tweeted his appreciation of a new book: “Great writer and historian, Doug Wead, has written a true (not Fake News) account of what is going on in Washington and the White House. His new book, ‘Inside Trump’s White House’ is an incredible description of a very exciting and successful time in our country’s history,” Mr. Trump noted." (Source: Historian: Trump is transforming the presidency, Jennifer Harper, Washington Times)

If you would like to read a history of the Trump White House with the President and his children and staff talking openly, on the record, the only book you need is Inside Trump's White House: The Real Story of His Presidency.