Hired: An Insider's Look at the Trump Victory (e-book)
By Theodore Roosevelt Malloch
WND Digital Edition
Donald Trump’s victory is a movement against the establishment and in Hired that movement is best explained.
“Just as Brexiteers mobilized a people’s army, so too has Mr. Trump mobilized the people in the United States. Brexit is a story of a grassroots campaign, of putting on one’s walking boots on, delivering leaflets, and going out to meet people in their communities. The same way that Donald J. Trump mobilized people in the United States” (from the Afterword by Nigel Farage).
On the night of November 8, for hours millions of Democrats stood with their mouth gaping or openly weeping. In the days to follow, the questions on all their minds were How did he do it? Why did it happen?
Hired, answers these questions and more as it makes the case for Donald J. Trump through a collection of astute articles by former Oxford professor and senior US government appointee. In more than thirty profound pieces, Dr. Theodore Roosevelt Malloch explainsthe case for Trump, Trump’s worldview, why his opponents failed, the context for his victory, and Trump’s policies.
Trump heard the will of the people and identified with them. As the twenty-first century Theodore Roosevelt, Trump is a strong and authentic leader who will fix America, defend America, and make it great again.
Theodore Roosevelt Malloch, author of Davos, Aspen, and Yale: My Life Behind the Elite Curtain As a Global Sherpa, is the chairman and CEO of the Roosevelt Group, a leading strategic advisory and thought leadership company. He was a research professor at Yale University and senior fellow at Oxford University. Malloch has served on the executive board of the World Economic Forum (Davos), had an ambassadorial level post in the United Nations, has worked in international capital markets on Wall Street, and has served in senior policy positions at the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations and in the US State Department. He has served on numerous foundations, corporate, mutual fund and not-for-profit/educational boards and currently advises numerous international and US governmental advisory bodies and think tanks. He is a well-known keynote speaker and appears in print and frequently on TV, is a veteran journalist and news editor for online news giant WND, with a particular focus on immigration and Islam. Prior to joining WND, he worked more than two decades as a newspaper reporter and editor in suburban Atlanta and in Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina. His other WND Books title is "Davos, Aspen, and Yale."
- E-book: 192 pages
- Publisher: WND Books (January 13, 2017)
- ISBN-13: 978-1-942475-46-0