Jon Ronson’s new e-book on Donald Trump and Alex Jones / Boing …
October 7, 2016 - Kindle Unlimited
Jon Ronson is my favorite author of book about charismatic charlatans, dangerous lunatics, and engaging weirdos. So we am fervent to review his code new Kindle Single, The Elephant in a Room: A Journey into a Trump Campaign and a “Alt-Right”
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From a bestselling author of So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed, Them, and The Psycopath Test, comes Jon Ronson’s new Kindle Single – a intolerable and interesting phenomenon of a people behind Donald Trump’s candidacy, The Elephant in a Room: A Journey into a Trump Campaign and a ‘Alt-Right,’ (a Kindle Single, on sale today). Over a summer, Ronson travels to a Republican National Convention, where he reunites with an aged familiarity — a successful provocateur and swindling talk-show horde Alex Jones — who draws him into one of a many weird presidential campaigns in American history. From a private Winnebago where swindling theorists and fear mongers plead pivotal debate decisions, to encounters with a scandalous domestic user Roger Stone, Ronson’s tour into Trump’s universe introduces us to a who’s who of a debate machine, and discovers what creates them tick—and what ticks them off.
Whimsical, waggish and mostly officious terrifying, The Elephant in a Room captures a defining impulse in a time as usually Jon Ronson could see it.
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