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House of Trump, House of Putin by Craig Unger
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Sep 03, 2019 | ISBN 9781524743512

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Praise for House of Trump, House of Putin

“The story Unger weaves with those earlier accounts and his original reporting is fresh, illuminating and more alarming than the intelligence channel described in the Steele dossier.”—The Washington Post

“Omarosa vs. Trump may be the political pro wrestling match of the week, but a more serious confrontation may be prompted by a book that came out Tuesday, alleging that President Donald Trump may be a Russian asset compromised by billions of laundered dollars over decades of shady real estate deals.”—Newsweek

“Unger, a veteran journalist and author, takes the reader on a veritable tour of sleazy night clubs, restaurants and resorts frequented by Russian oligarchs and criminals in this book subtitled “The Untold Story of Donald Trump and the Russian Mafia.” Often, that tour leads to the doors of the White House and Trump Tower, and the implication is clear to even the most obtuse reader: Trump is in Putin’s pocket and those of the financiers who have grown immensely rich through their associations with the country’s putative dictator.”—Spectator USA

“An impressive attempt to gather up all the evidence we have of Trump’s numerous connections to the Russian mafia and government and lay it all out in a clear, comprehensive narrative.”Vox
“A bombshell.”Daily Mail (UK)

“Damning in its accumulation of detail, terrifying in its depiction of the pure evil of those Trump chose to do business with.”The Spectator (UK)

“Unger’s contention is that a web of Trumpian connections to Russia explain the darkness at the heart of the Trump presidency. The crisp account of the rise of the Russian mafia and its expansion into the U.S. is chilling.”Sunday Times (UK)

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House of Bush, House of Saud

“[An] explosive work of journalism.”—The New York Times

“Cautious and elemental…with great care [Unger] has synthesized these scattered reports into a narrative that is as chilling as it is gripping. This book builds a momentum and discovery that makes it impossible to stop reading.”—The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“[An] intensely researched [and] well written-book.”—Publishers Weekly

“Immensely researched and well-documented…illuminating, disturbing…skillfully packaged…meticulously referenced.”—Fort Worth Star-Telegram

“Unger has performed a clear public service by laying out the Bush-Saud relationship and demanding that we see it as a problem that requires accounting.”—Newsday

“A very powerful, well-researched and sober book that leaves the reader both enlightened and more than a little disturbed.”—The Guardian 

“It is Craig Unger’s particular gift to make us see more clearly than ever what lies beneath.”—The Observer (UK)

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