The New York Times reporter’s new book considers the Capitol attack and after: the fall of Liz Cheney, the rise of MTG and more
In mid-December 2020, Robert Draper signed to write a book about the Republican party under Donald Trump, who spent four wild years in the White House but had just been beaten by Joe Biden.
“Trump hadn’t conceded,” Draper says, from Washington, where he writes for the New York Times. “But the expectation was that he would. The notion of the ‘Be there, will be wild’ January 6 insurrection had not yet taken root. And so I thought that the book would be about a factionalised Republican party, more or less in keeping with When the Tea Party Came to Town, the book I did about the class of 2010.”
Donald Trump | The Guardian
1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites)