Matt Cooper: The Art of a Coup

Matt Cooper: The Art of a Coup
The many sides of Donald Trump in his New York office in 2006 Picture: Chris Buck

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign drew much from the harsh world of big business

There’s a best-selling book in it, Donald Trump’s personal account of the winning of the presidency. He won’t have time to write it himself, of course, not now that he is expected to throw himself into the presumably very hard and detailed work of forming an administration with which he will govern the United States – and given that he spent the campaign repeatedly promising that he would use the very first day of his presidency to undertake a range of far-reaching and dramatic acts, from deporting criminal illegal immigrants and starting work on the Mexican wall, to dismantling Obamacare and outlawing gun-free zones at places like schools.

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