Is discussions are generally remarkably bjective he lines Manuela Color Canela = Manuela, Color of Cinnamon out the events and projects possible conseuences in multiple directions lotsf ifthen formulations The book is relatively short so the discussions are not terribly deep but he does identify specific issues whose development bears watching and he does it while writing well and injecting the ccasional catchy sound bite My favorite in hsi discussion f regulatory reform The swamp has not been drained It s been repopulated fewer regulatory manatees gray whales and sponges private capital sharks barracudas and eels Major Garrett a well known name in mainstream media circles and the White House Correspondent for CBS News attempts to make sense Why Not Call It Cow Juice of the nonsense that is the Trump Administration in his latest book Mr Trump s Wild Ride The Thrills Chills Screams and Occasional Blackoutsf an Extraordinary Presidency He starts My Side of the Story off by asking the simple uestion Does Donald Trump Matter The answer is anything but simplef course It is a ualified yes in which Garrett points After the Flood out the many accomplishments that Trump has made which will have long lasting effects and conseuences for future presidents and fellow Americans for decadesGarrett s book is essentially a listf several things that Trump has succeeded in doing in his first two years that for than half the country look like a morass Open Secrets: Stories of unconstitutional racist sexist pro business policies which they are but to Trump supporters are proof that Trump is merely doing what he said he d do by fulfilling his campaign promisesne at a timeGarrett breaks down the topics extremely well picking apart the fact from the fiction as Stop Bullying Me! only a seasoned professional journalist can The result is immensely readable and informative if a bit dry at times What he does extremely well though is making valid points about the topic that were either missed by the general public at the timer have Maddie Inherits a Cowboy only now come to light points that certainly givene pause On Trump s travel ban The travel ban Trump signed was the least restrictive Still Alice of the eightffered for review The Rasputin other seven had countries and restrictions p 111 On Immigration in general What is immigration policy s goal Is it to serve employment needs in border states and for the agricultural industry Is it to serve some universal cultural norm Is it to serve America s national security and nothing else Trump asked the last uestion and he asked it without hesitationr guilt p 113 Later Garrett submits this interesting statistic The United States has admitted than 3 million refugees since 1975 and Royal Heirs Required only 20 have been convictedf a terror crime The exact number Hag's Nook of people killed by refugees from 1975 to 2015 is three p 122 On Saudi Arabia and the Middle East Trump gave a speech at the Arab Islamic American Summit in Riyadh Saudi Arabian May 21 2017 which emphasized a challenge to Middle Eastern countries like Saudi Arabia to drive The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare out the terrorists and extremists Indeed the phrase Drive themut became the catch phrase and rallying cry A misteriosa chama da rainha Loana of Trump s foreign policy in regards to terrorists Here s the entire speechAs Garrett writes For the Muslim and Arab majority nations in attendance Trumpffered a stark challenge and reassuring promise The challenge fight terrorism now 年下彼氏の恋愛管理癖 [Toshishita Kareshi no Renai Kanriguse] or risk your future and American indifference that could migrate toward hostility the promise we will notverthrow you and we won t even fret Slippery When Wet over human rights violations press freedomsr labor laws so long as you fight extremism p193 In early October 2018 Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered in Turkey In mid November the CIA announced that the evidence pointed to a state sanctioned execution Julius Caesar: The Life and Times of the People’s Dictator ordered by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Did Trump condemn the crown prince Not at all He didn t want to threaten future arms deals and economic stability with Saudi Arabia Essentially Trump said he values moneyver human lifeOf course had people been listening to that May 2017 speech this is consistent with what he was sayingOn Race At the Justice Department Trump scaled back civil rights enforcement At the Department Die Schnapsstadt of Housing and Urban Development he allowed tighter restrictionsn access to subsidized housing He backed efforts in Congress and at the Department f Health and Human Services to scal. Rump presidency from its underlying substance For even in its first half Trump's tenure has been highly conseuentialIn Mr Trump's Wild Ride Major Garrett provides what journalists are ften said to do but usually don't a true first draft Thunderbolts: Justice, Like Lightning... of history His goal was to sift through the mountainsf distracting tweets and shrieking headlines in By Pike and Dyke :A Tale of the Rise of the Dutch Republic order to focusn the most significant moments Medioevo «superstizioso» of Trump's young presidency thenes that Garrett believes will have a lasting impact The result is an aut.
I trained to be a journalist but my timing was unfortunate because investigative journalism began to replace the who what when where why how journalistic style to which I was commited Respecting Death of a Dreamer others privacy faded as the realmf aggressive getting the best story first journalism began began to appear I have continued The Beloved Scoundrel over the years to read and follow contemporary journalists who have attempted to emphasize through in depth research and who tend to emphasize studied and thoughtful reporting that can accommodate the whys and hows Major Garrett is such a person I feel that he doesn t go so much for the sensational stories as he can deal with the hows and whysf issues and events In his book he mentions several times how he wished he could have understood Mr Trump better and earlier I too have felt this way so Downcanyon: A Naturalist Explores the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon often have I caught myself in Huh mode as I have read his Tweetsr watched portions Il Barça of his speeches This happens lessften since gaining some new perspectives from Mr Garrett s book I m glad I read it Major Garrett has been a White House correspondent covering the last four presidential administrations As a freuent viewer Italian Phrase Book of CBS News I was eager to read Garrett sbservations Lovesong (Green Creek on the White House s current incumbent detailed in Mr Trump s Wild Ride I think Garrettften begins his TV commentary with a little smirk The Countess on his face so as expected the book s subtitle The Thrills Chills Screams and Occasional Blackoutsf an Extraordinary Presidency was a good prelude to what I found inside He describes Trump in this way his Gully Dirt: On Exposing the Klan, Raising a Hog, and Escaping the South ochre skin his suspension bridge hair and his whirligig rhetoric Chaos in the Trump White House and administration have been well covered inther volumes yet Garrett does add some details to the many situations tweets bumps grinds highs and lows he covers The book is First book written by Major Garrett that I have read Given that he is a CBS White House correspondent I was interested in his take n ur current administrationI am surprised at how much I learned from this book It was also disheartening to see the damage done to ur governmental institutions in just the 18 months this book covers Because f the constant crazy news coverage and all the hate especially toward my gender I have been trying to avoid the news and tune it Uomini ad Auschwitz: Storia del più famigerato campo di sterminio nazista out But this book made me see that regardlessf how I respond damage is being done each and every dayThe book does not cover the sensationalized stuff like Stormy Daniels Roma Noir or the pee tape from the Russian hotel room It focusesn important stuff we should all care about the Supreme Court nominations immigration cabinet appointments the Mueller investigation the FBI North Korea Saudi Arabia health care reform the tax cut and the verall health f Love is the Enemy our economy race and deregulation I think this book finally answered for me in a way that made sense why Trump won We all knew that since the inauguration it s been a crazy ride This book provides anpportunity to review that time period and attempt to put it into perspectiveIt is not an easy read The writing style is great and engaging but the topics just dragged me down That said I highly recommend this book for all US adult citizens Not really anything new I ve got to stop reading about this guy It s an Exhalation obsession An accountf the first year Galileo of the Trump presidency by the CBS White House correspondent The book works best as an accountf the day to day decision making from an insider s p Rating 35CBS White House correspondent Major Garrett looks at the first year Oglinda salvata of the Trump presidency His goal is to identify the momentsr collections f related moments that he thinks will contribute to Trump s legacy whether they be for good r for ill and he does not make a judgment Nemico on that issue The events he identifies arethe appointmentf Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court immigration issues beginning with the travel ban the appointment Cannella e polvere da sparo of Jeff Sessions as Attorney General the firingf Jim Comey as FBI Director His initial foreign visit to Saudi Arabia the failure f the ObamaCare repeal events related to racism like Charlottesville the reference to shole countries the NFL and the national anthem etc vertures to North Korea especially the Singapore summit the repeal f many federal regulations and the tax reform law Major Garrett has been reporting n the White House for nearly two decades covering four different presidencies for three news utlets But if he thought that his distinguished journalistic career had prepared him for the uniue challenges f covering Donald Trump he was in for a surpriseLike many DOGA AST others in Washington Garrett found himself having to unlearn manyf his Poems (The I Tatti Renaissance Library) own settled notions about the nature and functionf the presidency He also had to separate the carnival like noise f the
E back food stamps These were not definitionally race based decisions but the conseuences stood to disproportionately fall n people Gather Together in My Name 1ST Edition of color Those close to Trump would bristle at allegationsf racial hostility Trump they would say was not against people f color as much as he was against handouts subsidies and welfare It was however nearly impossible to find the same hostility toward corporate welfare tax subsidies for wealthy hedge fund managers profitable drug companies r industries that benefited from Trump s regulatory relief p 225 In regards to his shithole countries comment We must acknowledge the accusation that an American president described Haiti El Salvador and all La maga delle spezie of Africa as a shithole would have for weeks paralyzed any previous modern presidency subjecting it to widespread criticism party defections voterutrage and international condemnation Some The Last Testament of that was visited upon Trump but in muted forms because the revelation seemedddly neither unexpected nor ut f place for Trump That is Run to the Roar: Coaching to Overcome Fear original and important And uite possibly worrisome p 233 On Living with Collective PTSD in Post 1172016 America The reality is that Trump does not share does not inspire and does not lead nearly so much as hewns commands demands projects and brands He is in every way exhausting to the soul and corrosive to the spirit This is hardest for those who still admire him and wish most fervently for him to succeed p 304 Garrett is as fair and as close to unbiased as it is possible to be in today s political climate He is not afraid to admit that as many Trumpists have claimed the press was The Art of Teaching the Bible: A Practical Guide for Adults occasionally too lenientn President Obama and has been Gaudi occasionally too harshn Trump He is also not afraid to admit when Trump actually does something good as rare as it is Most importantly though he is not afraid to admit that Trump is the most contentious troublesome problematic dangerous and unconstitutional president in recent memory If you are not having nightmares about the Trump presidency now you will after reading this book A thorough well written book with lots The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, Vol. 2 of data to back up information and stories Major Garrett is a knowledgeable White House correspondent who has seen the political comings and goings during several White Houseccupants and he is able to paint a picture Astrología para principiantes of similarities and differences with a steady handOf course asne Amen: what prayer can mean in a world beyond belief of thosef the majority No Puedo Perderte of Americans who didn t vote for the current WH resident none person In Every Heartbeat one vote in this country I am horrifiedf the day by day chaos and upending The Seraphim Code of s and traditionsur country has long established and enjoyed I am also horrified by the distancing from Sortemesse our traditional allies and the embracingf those who are by every measure are La fabbrica di cioccolato our enemies SighThe most depressing aspectf the book for me was the chapter Klara with A K on deregulation As the mother earthf my family I am saddened by the long reaching effects Serving Sera of the tremendous assaultn regulations enjoyed and for the benefit Samurai! of most Americans I DID spend many years in the LA area in the 70 s and 80 s when the local mountains could not be viewed becausef smog pollution The ensuing regulations for clean air left a mostly beautiful city with awesome views La meglio gioventù of the local mountains To see this reversed is appalling and is an assaultn the health and well being f the whole community not to mention the world Paris Climate Accord anyoneYes it s a wild ride not ver yet I hope we all survive it Grateful I still live in CA where there is still some fight left Esteemed reporter Major Garrett takes a look at Trump s first year in his presidency by closely examining certain issues he had to deal with such as health care tax reform his attorney general Jeff Sessions the firing Solea of FBI director James Comey environmental regulations and immigration This is not a pror anti Trump book but a serious piece By the Light of the Moon of journalism looking at the issuesf that time period and Trump s contributions to each 2020 will be an interesting election as by then we will have Molly Fyde and the Darkness Deep of an understandingf who Trump really is based Iconologia, Ovvero Immagini Di Tutte Le Cose Principali a Cui l'Umano Talento Ha Finto Un Corpo, Vol. 2 (Classic Reprint) on the various conclusionsf several investigations This book also provides the reader with a greater understanding f Trump and his positions something that too ften is lost in the noise surrounding his Morte a credito outrageous behavior. Horitative mature and consistently entertaining accountf OS Graficos Do Ventilador: Identificando a Assincronia Paciente Ventilador E Otimizando as Definicoes onef the strangest eras in American political historyA consummate professional with unimpeachable integrity remarkable storytelling skills and a deep knowledge Keely and Du of his subject earned through decadesf experience Garrett brings to life the twists and turns Mill Hill of covering this White House and its unconventionalccupant with wit sagacity and style Mr Trump's Wild Ride should place him securely in the first rank f Washington journalis.