The Manchurian President (Audiobook) (12 CDs)
Written by Aaron Klein and Brenda J. Elliott, narrated by Sean Runnette
Manchurian President was the first book ever to challenge Obama’s eligibility
A New York Times bestseller
Eloquent, winsome and charismatic, Barack Obama has emerged from almost total obscurity to quickly become the most powerful man in the world. But most Americans know almost nothing about their 44th president. Until now.
Tens of millions of Americans sense there is something very wrong with the president of the United States, but they don’t know exactly what. "The Manchurian President" answers that question. In writing this exhaustively researched book – which is thoroughly documented with over 800 endnotes – Aaron Klein, with Brenda J. Elliott, definitively exposes just how dangerous Barack Obama really is as America’s president and commander in chief. Among the book’s chilling findings:
“Aaron Klein has unmasked the most radical—and therefore dangerous—president by far this country has ever seen. The radical forces that shaped Obama, as revealed in this telling investigation, were not the best of the radical sixties, but the very worst—the anti-American, communist-supporting, terrorist fringe.” - David Horowitz, bestselling author
“Aaron Klein apparently never received the J school memo to acquiesce to political power and to the utopian dream. 'The Manchurian President' is a frightening yet vital primer for those now willing to look behind the curtain to see who is the leader of the free world.” - Andrew Breitbart, bestselling author and Internet news entrepreneur
About the Authors
AARON KLEIN is an investigative journalist and Jerusalem bureau chief for WND. He is a regular on top American radio shows and appears frequently on Fox News Channel and Al Jazeera. He is the author of "Schmoozing With Terrorists" and "The Late Great State of Israel," as well as the host of "Aaron Klein Investigative Radio" for New York’s WABC, the largest radio talk station in the United States.
BRENDA J. ELLIOTT is a historian, author and investigative researcher who has earned the admiration and endured the scorn of media colleagues for dogged blogging during the 2008 presidential election about Tony Rezko, William Ayers and others.