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by Donald Trump,Dave Shiflett

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ISBN:
1580631312
Author:
Donald Trump,Dave Shiflett
Category:
Arts & Literature
Language:
English
Publisher:
Renaissance Books; 1st edition (January 15, 2000)
Pages:
304 pages
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The America We Deserve is a book about public policy written by American businessman and current . President Donald Trump and author Dave Shiflett.

The America We Deserve is a book about public policy written by American businessman and current . It was published in January 2000, while Trump was considering running for president in that year's election on the Reform Party's ticket. The book lists and details a set of policy proposals Trump intended to implement should he ever become president.

The America We Deserve book. Co-authored by veteran journalist Dave Shiflett, it's a rather remarkable book for a variety of reasons the most obvious being his unprecedented 2016 scorched-earth campaign for the Republican nomination. The first thing you discover from this book is that Think you know Trump? Think again! The America We Deserve is Donald J. Trump's political manifesto and was first published in 2000 when the Reform Party was making a strong bid to recruit him as their presidential candidate (he declined).

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The America We Deserve is Donald J. Trump's political manifesto and was first published in 2000 when the Reform . The first thing you discover from this book is that Trump does, indeed, have a method to his campaign rhetoric madness. Public policy is the principled guide to action taken by the administrative executive branches of the state with regard to a class of issues, in a manner consistent with law and institutional customs. There has recently been a movement for greater use of evidence in guiding policy decisions.

This book was Trump's answer to his critics in 1999-2000 that he was not a serious candidate - that he was just running as a "publicity hound" for self-promotion. It was released in hardcover in January 2000, early in the presidential race. It's a serious policy book; the sort of book we wish every candidate had to write. He lays out his issue stances on every important issue, and establishes himself as a moderate populist. In the context of the Reform Party nomination, Pat Buchanan was an immoderate populist).

The most interesting thing to come out of Trump’s dalliance with dreams of the Oval Office was a book entitled The America We Deserve. Written with the help of author Dave Shiflett, it’s a 304-page compendium of policy proposals for a theoretical Trump administration.

The essential, bestselling book that first defined President Donald Trump's political ideas.

The America We Deserve is the essential book for anyone who wants to understand the core of Donald Trump's political thinking. In this book, written as he first considered running for president in 2000, Trump offers no-nonsense, populist, provocative, and dramatic solutions to issues that continue to resonate with voters today.

In this book, Trump lays out a vision for America that is strong, optimistic, and founded on core Republican principles of self-reliance, limited governance, economic growth, and equitable taxation. Striking for its similarities to President Trump's current initiatives--but also fascinating in its differences--The America We Deserve reveals a man who is fully engaged with the nation and cares deeply about its future. Readers and voters will discover Trump's ideas on:

*Foreign policy and relations with China, Russia, North Korea, and Israel*How to fix our broken and underperfoming education system*Reducing regulations on business to help create jobs and economic growth*A dramatic one-time tax on the super-wealthy to close the national debt and fuel tax cuts for the middle class*Immigration, crime, terrorism, and more

The America We Deserve is essential reading for Trump-watchers, voters, Republicans, Democrats, and anyone interested in how Trump the businessman became Trump the president.

  • dermeco
Think you know Trump? Think again! The America We Deserve is Donald J. Trump's political manifesto and was first published in 2000 when the Reform Party was making a strong bid to recruit him as their presidential candidate (he declined). Co-authored by veteran journalist Dave Shiflett, it's a rather remarkable book for a variety of reasons the most obvious being his unprecedented 2016 scorched-earth campaign for the Republican nomination. The first thing you discover from this book is that Trump does, indeed, have a method to his campaign rhetoric madness. Accused by critics on both the left and right of being short on policy substance and long on crude entertainment value, The America We Deserve reveals a different reality. Trump outlines a detailed multi-point plan to get America on track. All of the topics covered in his 2016 campaign are detailed in this 2000 book proving both a consistency and an intellectual framework behind his rhetoric. Campaign reform, education, tax cuts, immigration, military defense, healthcare -- you name it, it's in here. He even denounces Pat Buchanan (very strongly) and David Duke (as an aside) for their racism and extremism (which is why I believe he didn't take Jake Tapper's CNN question about a KKK endorsement seriously, Trump's record speaks for itself). He also expresses admiration for a broad range of politically, racially and ethically diverse people including Rudy Giuliani, Harry Truman, FDR, Ronald Reagan, Oprah Winfrey, Colin Powell, Jesse Ventura, George HW Bush, George Pataki, Hillary Clinton (Interesting!), Jeb Bush (Interesting!), John Kasich (His VP in the general election? Who knows?), JC Watts, Mohammad Ali, Mother Theresa and many, many others. Name dropping but interesting nonetheless. Trump considers himself "an old-fashioned conservative" which he defines as a person who thinks people need to take responsibility for their lives and their actions, who believes in freedom of speech, and most importantly, freedom of conscience. He also clearly supports the Second Amendment, supports the state of Israel, thinks some kind of national healthcare is necessary, and believes some forms of abortion, specifically third trimester abortions, are immoral. He goes on record in support of minority rights including Blacks, Latinos and Homosexuals. Trump comes across as a libertarian with a strong Constitutionalist streak but with liberal instincts on some issues to support freedom of conscience, in other words, he is not hard to pin down, just hard to label using the narrow rhetoric of the left and right ideologues who attack him most severely. The book, of course, is from 2000 and many of the issues he discusses have evolved in the legislative process. But some still rage and others, like terrorism and the economy, not only remain national issues, they have developed into national crises. In this Trump is surprisingly prescient, predicting a 9-11 type attack on America and the rise of China. Think you know Trump? Not if you haven't read this book. It is highly recommended and a must read for thinking voters.
  • blac wolf
Holy cow! This book was written in 2000 and the insight Trump has to how America was running and doing business will blow your mind! Read this book and you will understand that almost 20 years ago not only did he see what was wrong with our country - he has amazingly in depth ideas as to how to repair / fix these issues. His focus really is on the United States of America and wanting it to be the best we can be!
  • Akta
Unlike many books nowadays, especially those espousing political positions, this one is pretty well written. There are some typos, but nothing compared to the low quality, unedited garbage recently published. Love him or hate him, this year 2000 edition is to the point when he talks about his thoughts, feelings and plans concerning the state of our country. What's amazing is that he has been thinking (and I assume planning) how to run for president since the 1990s or earlier. Based on the results of the 2016 election, and what I've read in his older books (including The America We Deserve), Donald Trump definitely knew what he was doing during the recent presidential campaign. He was and is the one in control of the politicians, talking heads, and media.
  • Lynnak
This is quite a valuable read if you want to gain an insight in Trump's thinking and vision of what America is and should be. Written well before his surprisingly successful campaign to become POTUS it's a fairly clear road-map of where he hopes to take the nation and why during his presidency.
Read it and you will discover that to date he's simply following that road-map and therefore isn't as puzzling and unpredictable as the media likes to portray him. You may or may not feel comforted by what you read, but at least you won't be in the dark.
  • Yozshujind
Trump predicted 911 incident in this book, which was published in year 2000.
  • Braendo
I love this book because Trump mentioned Bin Laden even before 9.11.
American Elite group have known Bin Laden will be used for military confiliction for some reason.
Very shocking.
  • Syleazahad
A must read!
Loved the book!