I think Michael Bolton is pretty full of himself. Nothing in this book surprised me. It was long and boring. I found it interesting how he kept putting down the previous administration and writing a book on how terrifying this one is. Clearly he didn't testify because of this book.
Egotistical people stories
a very detailed account of the interworking of the Trump Whitehouse.
An ego trip travelogue. The reporting is tiresome and the self-congratulation nettling. The author is certainly knowledgeable, and there is much to criticize and fear when it comes to our current POTUS, but he preens throughout about his reputation as a hawk, criticizing virtually everyone, colleague, ally and foe, as too stupid to see the world as he does - black and white. Things are so much simpler when one’s answer to every problem is regime change or an act of war, in response to which, he appears to assume, The foreign targets of his wrath will beat a quiet retreat More galling, perhaps, he spends gallons of ink explaining the stupidity of any number of decisions made during his tenure, apparently oblivious to the fact that he was by his own account in the room where it happened. We can take comfort in the fact that he isn’t any more.
My favorite comment is in the introduction: if you don’t like stress get a different job! Easy to listen to and stay interested: informative and very much written from the emotional heart without being bitter I gave the Narrator 4 stars because his voice sounded vindictive tinged: however his speech is very articulate and understandable
This book is about how much of a large racist the author is. Every chance he gets he takes very unnecessary unfounded pokes at President Obama.
There is nothing in the book that I can recommend.
After listening to his book, I wonder why he is not the president, since it seems he knows everything so much better than anyone else
Really disappointing, Bolton clearly a megalomaniac seems shocked and appalled that someone could be an even bigger megalomaniac. Thought the motivation for the book would be to reveal Trump’s mismanagement which it does but larger goal seems to Bolton talking himself up. Snore!
BORING , to boring to write 10 letters
John Bolton was appointed by President George W. Bush as United States Permanent Representative to the United Nations in 2005, and served until his appointment expired in December 2006. He was nominated for the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize for playing a major role in exposing Iran's secret plans to develop nuclear weapons. An attorney who has spent many years in public service and held high-level positions in the administrations of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush, Bolton is currently a Senior Fellow at American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., and a commentato