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See the state of the world right now. There is tremendous chaos, and that is put in a pleasant way. There has never been a more dangerous time. The politicians and special interest groups in our federal capital are directly responsible for the confusion in which we find ourselves. So why should we continue to listen to them? The time has come for us to return America to its rightful owners - the American people. I will not play the same game that politicians have been playing for decades - just talk, no action, as groups of special interests and lobbyists dictate our laws. I am shaking the system on both sides of the political chain, as I cannot be bought. I want to reclaim America, so that the nation will be powerful and prosperous again, and to ensure that we are respected by our allies and feared by our adversaries. This book is my plan on how to make our nation powerful again. Is not difficult. We just need a person with the courage to say what needs to be said. We will not find it in Washington, D.C.

Michael Wolff, author of the bestselling Fire and Fury, takes us once again behind the scenes of the Trump administration to reveal a White House surrounded on all sides. In The Siege, Wolff returns to writing an explosive book about a presidency that is under fire. At the start of his second year in office, Trump's situation changed radically. When he stopped being supported by experienced advisers, he became more impulsive and unstable than ever. But the gears of justice keep on working: Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller's “witch hunt” has haunted the president, and other prosecutors have thoroughly investigated his private affairs. Prominent political figures from his own party - and even his government team - have turned against him and are willing to overthrow him. The opposition, which became a majority in the US Congress in the midterm elections, is beginning to see the possibility of impeaching the president. Trump, for his part, is sure it is unattainable, which makes him even more exposed and vulnerable. Each week, as the president becomes more erratic, a question becomes urgent: does Trump reach the end of his term? The siege is an engaging narrative, and a brilliant journalistic investigation. In describing palace intrigues, suspicious business and political threats, Wolff traces the alarming picture of an ungoverned presidency. Surrounded by enemies and oblivious to the dangers around him, Trump is an aggressive, self-destructive character - and the leader who has caused the most polarizations in American society

During the months of the election campaign for the presidency of the United States of America the dominant narrative in the media said that the candidates were "tied" and the race was in danger of being decided on the "photo-finish". Pundits disdained data scientists who, on the contrary, predicted that the re-election of Barack Obama was safe data. One of them, Nate Silver, with a baseball career and a blog in the New York Times, had hit 49 states before. The crowdsourcing sites - the forecast markets - also started the campaign to attribute the unreserved victory to the incumbent president. The polls were still open to voters in two U.S. time zones, and the first extrapolations already belied unpredictability and supported scientists. The election night was not dramatic and was short-lived. what happened to political analysis and traditional media to show themselves so far from reality and in a state of denial in the face of scientific methods of analysis? We identified the frontal shock between the journalistic method and the scientific method. We look at the virtues and defects of the forecast markets. And, with the help of Nate Silver (who this time hit 50 out of 50), we discovered the importance of data and algorithms to extract knowledge from them.

Obama leads readers through a captivating journey that includes his first political aspirations, the crucial victory in the Iowa primaries, in which the strength of popular activism was demonstrated, and the decisive night of November 4, 2008, when he was elected 44th President of the United States, the first African American to hold the highest office in the country. In reflecting on the presidency, he makes a singular and careful analysis of the reach and limitations of the Executive Branch, in addition to offering surprising points of view on the dynamics of United States party politics and international diplomacy. Obama takes readers inside the Oval Office and the White House Situation Room, and also on trips to Moscow, Cairo and Beijing, among other places. We follow his thoughts closely as he sets up the cabinet, faces a global financial crisis, assesses the figure of Vladímir Pútin, overcomes difficulties that seemed insurmountable to pass the Affordable Care Act, clashes with generals about military strategy of the United States in Afghanistan, addresses the reform of Wall Street, reacts to the devastating explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig and authorizes Operation Neptune Spear, which culminates in the death of Osama bin Laden. A promised land is extraordinarily personal and introspective - the account of a man's bet on history, the faith of a community leader put to the test on the world stage. Obama speaks candidly about the obstacles to running for office as a black American, about meeting the expectations of a generation inspired by "hope and change" messages, and about dealing with the moral challenges of high-risk decisions. He is honest about the forces that opposed him inside and outside the country, frank about the effects of life in the White House on his wife and daughters and audacious in confessing his doubts and disappointments. He never doubts, however, that in the great and incessant American experiment progress is always possible. Brightly written and powerful, this book demonstrates Barack Obama's conviction that democracy is not a divine blessing, but something founded on empathy and common understanding and built together, every day.

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