The Briefing: Politics, the Press, and the President
Wall Street Journal Bestseller
USA Today Bestseller
Publisher’s Weekly Bestseller
Conservative Book Club Bestseller
“One of the best reads of 2018." — Sean Hannity
"The book is well worth your time." — Megyn Kelly
"A story told with both heart and knowledge. Really good, go get it!" — President Donald J. Trump
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The gall of marketing and printing this novel says something about the publisher. Having read the published excerpts; Spicer's "memoir" is nothing more than a rationalizing puff-piece meant to pat himself on the back and siphon sympathy from...more
I really don't care, do u?
I do still believe Spicer is a decent human being and this book shows it in how many times he commends others or tries to lift people up. I cannot reconcile, however, how someone who is decent ...more
Sean explains so much about the inner workings of the White House. It is as if you are there with him. This book focuses on looking at the areas of agreement and how politically, policy is important. Very informative. God bless those who truly serve and their families in this vicious political environment. God bless us all.
The author relates some of his life stories and his life as a press secretary. However for me most fascinating part was to read how micro targeting impacted the presidential election. These folks had their act together in getting their desired results. Amazing little known facts.
The loyalty will only get you so far with DT and this is one of his latest to experience the wrath.
While he won't come out and admit that lying is part of the agenda to save yourself and others from the harsh mistreatment he did simply tip toe through the tulips as they say without adding much new insight or discovery.
As they say, don't upset the apple cart.
With narcissistic individuals you wind up being discarded and devalued and this is surely the ca ...more
In this brief (haha, no pun intended) and easily readable memoir, Sean Spicer shows readers who he really is - a guy with big dreams from a working-class background in New England who hustled to achieve his dream of working in politics in Washington. He's defin ...more
This wasn’t the first political memoir I’ve read, but it might be one of the best.
I think it’s safe to assume that all political memoirs have the same primary purpose: to paint the subject in a good light, to recover credibility, and to put the trash and nonsense in the past. In that sense, it’s sort of cathartic, for the writer and the a ...more
Seriously, this book is hilariously bad. Lives up to his rep.
Sean Michael Spicer is an American political aide who served as White House Press Secretary and as acting White House Communications Director under President Donald Trump in 2017.