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Consider How Allen Drury Would Write This Trump Story Into Book

December 14, 2017

Famed writer Allen Drury used top-of-the-fold headlines to help create his award winning books, such as Advise And Consent.

With the news that is now being reported on a daily basis about President Trump’s cozy, utterly perplexing, and dangerous relationship with Russian President Putin comes the thought of how Drury would handle this in book form. Consider what the author could work with for a real-life plot.

Nearly a year into his presidency, Trump continues to reject the evidence that Russia waged an assault on a pillar of American democracy and supported his run for the White House.

Interviews with more than 50 current and former U.S. officials show that the personal insecurities of the president — and his refusal to accept what even many in his administration regard as objective reality — have impaired the government’s response to a national security threat.

As Trump resists or attempts to roll back efforts to hold Moscow to account and tries to forge a partnership with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the situation is without parallel in U.S. history — and the repercussions radiate across the government.

Those very words could be on the back of the cover jacket to lure the reader inside the pages. But the fact is, of course, this is no winter-time read, or summer beach-romp type of book.  This is our sober reality in America due to under-educated voters not grasping the role they play in our republic.

The meddling and criminal acts related to Russia and President Trump will be told.  But the best seller will be due to Robert Mueller.

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