If you thought the obama administration corrupted the FBI, read this book, the FBI has been in the tank for years, if 1/2 of what Dick says is true.
A good example of how a relationship with a candidate and president can turn sour as it did for Dick Morris.
Morris was inner-circle to the Clinton s and is now the bitter outsider.
This book reads like a primer for much of the trash talk that soon-to-be president Trump provided during his campaign. The book reads more like a dump on Hillary Clinton than a way for Trump to win the presidency as the title indicates.
The book is co-written by Morris's wife. A woman Dick Morris has described as "brilliant" but yet cheated on with at least one prostitute (according to news articles).
Newsmax described co-author Morris as a long-time friend of Donald Trump.
The book's comments on Hillary Clinton ignore the Washington Post's Factchecker finding that Donald Trump was four times more likely to tell a whopper than Hillary Clinton and that most of the Trump statements analyzed were "whoppers."
And "Politifact designates the many campaign misstatements of Donald Trump as our 2015 lie of the year."
“Racial division that’s tailor made for Dick Morris: He says “Trump triumph” is about white men righteously revolting — and he’s half-right – Morris must be thrilled that Trump is exploiting the cultural angst of white men for political gain”
by Sean Illing , posted June 1, 2016, at Salon
“The Hill Dumps Dick Morris After He Takes Job At National Enquirer”
by Eric Hananoki and Joe Strupp, posted June 3, 2016, at Media Matters For America
“Dick Morris Falls On His Sword For Wrong Predictions, Misses Sword”
by Jason Linkins, posted November 7, 2012, at The Huffington Post
the entry about the author in RationalWiki
“The publisher of the "ObamaCare Survival Guide" is Humanix Books, which claims to have been "continuously publishing since 1969, making it one of the oldest publishing houses in the South Eastern United States." Humanix's website makes no mention of its ownership by Newsmax. ...
Why doesn't Newsmax want to promote the fact that it has a publishing division? It's not like it's anything new -- WorldNetDaily has operated a publishing operation for several years. Of course, WND Books does carry the taint of its parent -- something Newsmax is perhaps trying to avoid by pretending Humanix is completely separate.
Still, as it publishes more conservative-leaning books, as one can reasonably expect, expect Humanix to get that conservative-publisher reputation. Can it avoid the WND taint? We shall see.”
posted February 3, 2013
This big hullabaloo about Khirz Khan [Muslim attorney father of deceased Iraqi War officer] might appear at first to work against Trump - - but since Khan has just announced over CNN that there is no such thing as Sharia Law, it may backfire as well. [Wonder what Malala would have to say about that?]
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