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Insane Clown President by Matt Taibbi

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Subtitled "Dispatches from the 2016 Circus". November’s election results were shocking to most Americans - liberal or conservative. Each day we’re learning more and more about what President Trump and his administration have in store for us. But if you’re still processing what exactly went on the past year and a half during the election cycle, Matt Taibbi’s missives from the campaign trail will delight and inform. Originally published in Rolling Stone magazine, these essays highlight Taibbi’s wit and cynicism about the candidates, the media, and our shared future. He doesn’t limit his vitriol to the Republican candidates; Taibbi wasn’t particularly impressed with Clinton’s run either. And like most in the media, Taibbi didn’t believe Trump would win. The chapters in which he so confidently states Trump cannot win are cringeworthy in hindsight. But they’re still enlightening. Check Our Catalog

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