Books by Tom Ersin
These are Tom Ersin’s two new books, carve-outs in a subseries of his complete history of the Trump presidency. They comprise a record of the dysfunction and disruption most people were too busy to keep up with because they had a life. The gravity of the depravity got by them. And let’s face it: Many of us were fooled. Donald takes full advantage of the reality in that famous saying: Before the truth can get its Ivanka Brand Women’s Lory3 Ankle Booties zipped up, the lie is halfway around the world.
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Trumpism: Why Traditional Republicans Should Withdraw Support [2017-2021: A Primer] — This slim introductory volume is a succinct compilation, a detailed summary of the detriment and degeneration of an administration.
Trump’s Last Year in Office: Two Impeachments and 400,000 Funerals — This weekly recounting is a narrative nonfictional account of the most jarring 12 months in American presidential history.
These two books recapture the chronic reprobate behavior forgotten by the masses, that had made headlines, was widely decried over a news cycle or two, then had disappeared into the sea of Trumpian profligacy. No regular person could keep track of it all — which was the point, the plan.
Trump’s Presidency: A Real-Time Commentative History [2017-2019] and [2019-2021] — This complete book collection comprises 160-plus consecutive weekly roundup articles spanning 1,400-plus pages charting the Trump presidency from the perspective of a long-time avid political observer. Think of it as an in-depth every-Thursday recap of all the news you were too busy to consume because you were tied up with life and didn’t realize the depth of malfeasance and disinformation. It’s all here in one place. When you see Ersin’s opinion you’ll know it. Much more often, when you see facts, quotations, and details, their accuracy has been backed up by careful research and citation.
You can go to Amazon and peruse the table of contents and first 10-15 pages or so of all these books, and see if you’re drawn in. If yes, please tell The New York Times Book Review — or the Pulitzer Committee, whichever one is easier. All seriousness aside, we’ll be happy if you just buy a book. And please leave a review on Amazon.