GOP frontrunner Donald Trump spells out his plans for the White House – that is, the house itself – and much else in his new book, “Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again,” due out next week.
The relatively slim, 193-page book is long on bluster and self-promotion, Politico reported, with a full 17 pages devoted to its “About the Author” section.
The TV star and real estate mogul used the book to attack or ridicule a variety of familiar antagonists: fellow candidate Carly Fiorina, radio host Hugh Hewitt, conservative journalist Jonah Goldberg, the Club for Growth and, of course, President Obama.
But perhaps the most novel statement concerned Trump’s plans for the presidential residence.
“Contrary to the jokes, I don’t think the White House needs any bright neon signs on the roof. No need to add additional wings or sell the air rights,” he wrote. [Politico] – Ariel Stulberg