Disloyal: A Memoir

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Stories and scandals about Donald J. Trump are not new but President’s fans and followers in the past have negated everything that has been published against him. None of the president’s fans ever expected such a book from the president’s closest ally i.e Michael Cohen. Cohen has been with the president from the beginning of all his works.

So when something comes from such a person it is due to have some authenticity in it. The man provides proper proofs in the book to his points and whatever he says against one of the most powerful people in America. More threatening than the tax issues is Trump’s view about black people according to Cohen. The author says that Trump is actually against the black people completely and he even dislikes their heroes like Nelson Mandela. It was because of this attitude that the man disliked Obama as well during the years of his presidency.

Women also get a cold shoulder from Trump as he insults them on most occasions. If we see Trump from the angle that Cohen sketches than he is a man who is a racist from the inside also getting into tax scandals are not new for him. The author very boldly has said real terrible things in this book because of which this book faced a lot of hindrance during its publication. Credit also goes to the narrator Robert Petkoff who never showed any reluctance in narrating this controversial book. Not much politics is involved in the specific book; it is more on the personal life and opinion of Donald Trump which Cohen discusses openly in the general public.



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