Trump: The Art of the Deal Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Trump: The Art of the Deal is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.
User reviews about the book
Taking this and applying it to life. What was I doing before!?
Best book on negotiation ever written.
Want to understand Trump? Read this book.
Great Man, Great Book
By dtom Trump
The Donald’s masterpiece
Making the art of the deal great again
The Art of the Deal
By On the Great Marsh
Excellent book. Not at all what I expected. Very, very interesting.
Art of Deal > What Happened
This book holds the word of our current president and clearly explains how to succeed in the long run. A very good read!
It's not working
I downloaded the book but it keeps saying error. Please fix since I just paid for it
Far above what I expected.
Loved this book. Trump is definitely still Trump. I'm actually beginning to admire the man.
Mein Kampf 2: Covfefe
If anyone wants to gain understanding of how Donald Trump thinks or acts, look at his Twitter feed. 140 characters is too long for this man to formulate a complete thought so why should you want to read "his" book?
It's apparent that someone born into wealth and prestige needs very little to appear as if they have influence or made anything into an "art".
Unfortunately for America, Dorito Mussolini will get the influence he truly wants thanks to a broken political system and toxic culture. On the other hand, he will be in history books and the name will become a legacy on how Western democracy allowed corruption at multiple levels. Children in the future will look at this man and their teachers will underline how vacuous this man was, along with how nothing in American society was safe from implication to drive his ego.
So for all the bankruptcies and failed business relations Trump manifested, no one should be fooled into thinking this man wittingly created "the art of the deal".
As for the book itself, save yourself the trouble of reading it. This was ghost-written and the man who wrote it despised having to be in Don's presence. In a way, Adolf's book would be more interesting to read and advocate since he actually wrote it and it's genuine.
10/10 would not read either and i'll give Trump 2/5 stars for actually stumbling into power, which is impressive to come from that much wealth and be so very stupid at the same time.
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