Make room in the packed Trump book marketplace for two more titles — Michiko Kakutani’s “The Death of Truth,” which the former New York Times book critic describes as an examination of “the fallout that dishonesty and the denial of objective truth are having on our democracy,” and Jeanine Pirro’s “Liars, Leakers and Liberals,” which the Fox weekend host calls “my firsthand account of the real Trump presidency.”
Pirro, a former county court judge in New York, is a longtime friend and supporter of the president (she once tweeted a picture of herself standing at the White House gates, saying “Guess where I am?”). He has returned the affection, once even gifting her with a box of Ivanka Trump shoes.
Not only did Trump give her an interview for the book, he also urged people to buy it: “Our great Judge Jeanine Pirro is out with a new book, ‘Liars, Leakers and Liberals, the Case Against the Anti-Trump Conspiracy,’ which is fantastic. Go get it!” he tweeted on June 22. (It’s unclear whether or not he has actually picked it up; a New York Times article once stated bluntly that the president “does not read books.”)
President Trump is not the only member of the family flogging “Liars, Leakers and Liberals.” Eric and Lara Trump, who attended the launch party, have been photographed holding copies of it, and Donald Trump Jr. — who recently tweeted that Pirro would make an “awesome” Supreme Court justice — was interviewed for it, telling the judge, “Think about the campaign in the early days, when they say this Russia stuff happened. We couldn’t have colluded to order a cheeseburger.”
Books, Beaches and Baking
New to the fiction list this week are Daniel Silva’s “The Other Woman” and Debbie Macomber’s “Cottage by the Sea,” which was inspired by a 2014 landslide in the Pacific Northwest. “As I followed the subsequent news stories surrounding this tragedy and the loss of 43 lives, I began to put myself in their shoes,” Macomber wrote on her blog. “From this, I began to build a plot around a lone survivor who wasn’t home when a mudslide took her entire family.” Macomber’s blog is accompanied by recipes (recent ones include Fourth of July Rice Krispie pops and a patriotic cookie pizza) and tips on everything from organizing your closet to reading on the beach: “No one wants a book shaped tan line because you fell asleep reading, so remember to reapply your sunscreen every 2-3 hours.”
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