The Malignant Presidency by William Robinson

Hard-Hitting Satirical Poems About The Trump Presidency

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Overview

Donald Trump is the most controversial and divisive person ever to hold the office of President of the United States. These hard-hitting poems are a dramatic and serious, yet satirical account of various aspects of the early Trump Presidency. In Volume I of the Malignant Presidency, the poems are set in the first person point of view. Enjoy the journey as you experience the many reasons why Trump is a bad president from his own point of view, and others around him such as Hillary Clinton, Chris Christie, James Comey, Rudolph Giuliani, Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin and Kanye West. Poetic selections such as "Kneel Down at My Feet", "Power of the Pardon", "Stormy and Avenatti" and "I Want My Old Life Back" are sure to entertain as well as evoke serious thought about the future of our great Country as well as the world.

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The collection that started it all

"This book seriously took me on a rollercoaster of a ride. One minute I was cracking up; then the next minute I was nearly in tears as I thought “this craziness is really happening” Jon Pollord, Amazon

"I was entertained on all levels. I can highly recommend The Malignant Presidency (Volume 1) as a book to be read out loud at anti-Trump rallies. The rap style poetry was just brilliantly written and laugh out loud funny. Bravo!"

Reviewed by Grant Leishman for Readers' Favorite

 

About William Robinson

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William Robinson is an  American citizen who is deeply concerned about the direction the country has been heading in since the ascendancy of Donald J. Trump on the national political scene.  As a person who has always had a keen interest in history, politics, political books, and current events,  Mr. Robinson watched the awe-inspiring rise of President Barack H. Obama and was very much encouraged and hopeful for the future of the United States in areas such as race relations, women's rights, climate change and nuclear weapons proliferation, to name a few.  Read more.

Original Commentary (full) and Poems (excerpted)