The Final Days of the Trump Presidency
Author: Michael Wolff
An instant New York Times bestseller.
When the mighty fall, they do so with drama and a dust cloud of gossip.
With the same wit that targeted Donald Trump in Fire and Fury, Siege, and Landslide, Michael Wolff creates brilliant and biting profiles of the major monsters, media whores, and vainglorious figures of our time.
This collection pulls from new and previously unpublished work—recent reporting about Tucker Carlson, Jared Kushner, Harvey Weinstein, Ronan Farrow, and Jeffrey Epstein—and twenty years of coverage of the most notable egomaniacs of the time—among them Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, Rudy Giuliani, Arianna Huffington, and Boris Johnson—to create a lasting statement on the corrosive influence of fame. It examines how the quest for notoriety and power became the driving force of culture and politics, the drug that alters all public personalities.
Too Famous will transform the way you see famous figures and shine a spotlight on the scorched earth they leave behind them. As assuredly as this book will have fans, it will have enemies.