Fantasy is my favorite genre of literature. And when I can’t read fantasy, I fall back on Young Adult novels. This past week, however, since things are heating up politically, I decided to purchase Donald Trump’s new book Crippled America.
The book is actually very interesting and well written. Trump outlines his plans for America and spends intricate detail on issues like illegal immigration, the Department of Education, and the idiocy of “political correctness.”
When I realized that the multi-billionaire presidential candidate was going to speak at my University, I quickly decided to begin reading the book.
Yesterday Trump spoke at my school, and throughout his speech, he remained consistent with the literary message in his book. That is something to give him credit for: Trump may say outrageous things off the top of his head, but at least he’s honest and consistent with his purpose.
Before leaving the auditorium, Donald Trump greeted people, took selfies, and gave signatures. I was lucky enough to receive Trump’s signature, which he scribbled on my copy of Crippled America.
While some “Trump Haters” may consider this signature garbage, I personally think it’s pretty cool. No matter which presidential candidate you associate with, you cannot deny the awesomeness of a famous person’s signature. A signature gives a book a dual purpose; when signed, it is no longer only a reading material, but a collectible artifact.
Crippled America may reside outside my preferred genre of literature, but books like this (and autobiographies) can actually be very interesting. I definitely recommend Trump’s new book; it’s fast-paced, motivating, and Trump fills its pages with the usual “Trump Enthusiasm.”