How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution

How Trump Won The Inside Story of a Revolution From the moment Donald Trump announced his candidacy for the White House until very late on Election Night media and pollsters kept insisting Trump wouldn t couldn t be president But for Larry S

  • Title: How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution
  • Author: Joel Pollak Larry Schweikart
  • ISBN: 9781621573951
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the moment Donald Trump announced his candidacy for the White House until very late on Election Night 2016, media and pollsters kept insisting Trump wouldn t couldn t be president.But for Larry Schweikart one of a ragtag group of amateur politicos called the Deplorables who had been publishing shockingly accurate polls and predictions and Joel Pollak a Breitbart NFrom the moment Donald Trump announced his candidacy for the White House until very late on Election Night 2016, media and pollsters kept insisting Trump wouldn t couldn t be president.But for Larry Schweikart one of a ragtag group of amateur politicos called the Deplorables who had been publishing shockingly accurate polls and predictions and Joel Pollak a Breitbart News senior editor following Trump on the campaign trail Trump s win was a near certainty Schweikart and Pollak watched the Trump campaign build a powerful coalition between working Americans from both parties they saw the momentum that the mainstream media and pollsters completely missed and now, in How Trump Won, they tell the whole incredible story from the early poll predictions of the Deplorables to the campaign trail to Election Night.

    One thought on “How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution”

    1. Excellent book. A movement and election for the ages.This book gives a great summary and insight on the Trump election. I love the campaign trail notes interspersed with the wide historic view provided. This election will go down as the most historic election since 1980. It will have far reaching consequences for future generations of Americans. This book is an excellent keepsake and analysis. I highly recommend this book.

    2. Fascinating look into the Trump campaign from beginning to end. It was fascinating how good the insider polls showed he was going to win New Hampshire and probably Minnesota if it hadn't been for the GOTCHA October surprise video. Its a book I own so will go in keeper box for later years to read and rehash a great time in America's history and my life.

    3. Solid read.Good overall understanding of the campaign. Would have liked more insights into others on the trail. Why were you able to see the change but others could not?

    4. Really, really good "inside look" at two things. What the press following Trump saw and heard throughout the campaign. And how the "Renegade Deplorables," an informal group of volunteer data trackers, saw well ahead of everyone else that Trump would win.This will likely be the best description of the campaign until Bannon, Conway, or Trump himself writes a book.

    5. This gives a fairly detailed description about how the election transpired. Well written by an editor and historian, but I could have done without the political commentary and would have liked a little more facts and information. Still informative in some aspects and easy to understand although it can be kind of monotonous at times. All in all a decent read

    6. Interesting combination from two people directly involved in the campaign, one a Breitbart reporter, the other a historian who helped the campaign with insight and poll interpretations. Both writers are talented and insightful, with the reporter intimately showing the reaction of the people as the campaign hit its final month and the historian providing context of the race and victory. The two writers alternate chapters, and quickly provide an insightful and intimate feel for the race, how peopl [...]

    7. Wow. Just a simple Wow. This was an amazing book on the rise, the fall, the rise, the fall, the rise of Donald J. Trump to the Presidency. This is a great expose on how Donald J. Trump overcame the odds and went on to become president. This is from the eyes and ears of one of the reporters from the media pool who traveled with the candidate all over the country and who interviewed both Democrat and Republicans on the candidate.

    8. An historic journey I'll write a longer review one of these days, but I wish I had paid attention on Election Day. I had been convinced Trump would lose. So, SO glad I was wrong.

    9. Fun, but light on detailsGood read, wished Larry would have included more details about the "deplorable" polling. The behind-the-scenes press stuff is okay, but mostly things I would have assumed from reading Breitbart.

    10. Good book, was interesting to see that they had native people in several battleground states that were accurately able to predict the size of the win (except for Wisconsin). I like reading about people in the political campaigns. ALso enjoyed watching "The Circus" about this political campaign.

    11. A good review and analysis from inside party workers of the Trump win in 2016. This book certainly focussed on the many issues that faced his campaign but studies how the Trump team prevailed while contrasting the opposing Clinton campaign.

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