A Very Stable Genius: An eerie insider’s view of the telly addict in the White House

Politics: Two Washington Post writers have produced an unnerving, unintentionally funny portrait of a man profoundly in the wrong job – and a nation governed by his TV set

2nd February, 2020
A Very Stable Genius: An eerie insider’s view of the telly addict in the White House
Donald Trump is the subject of yet another unflattering overview of his chaotic presidency to date. Picture: Getty

A Very Stable Genius: Donald J Trump’s Testing of America

By Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig

Bloomsbury, €25

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