Did Trump damage American democracy in 2017? Was he able to destroy all that President Obama and earlier presidents achieved over the past 30 years? Is he working with the Russians to reach this goal? Unfortunately, he and his cabinet made great headway into this destruction. In 2017,
Trump reversed executive orders and chose White House advisors and cabinet members who wanted to eliminate the many democratic advances made over the past eight years–and even, in some cases, over the past several decades. To make matters worse, changes came so fast and furious that even the media could not keep up with everything that occurred day-to-day and minute-to-minute. By writing a tweet in seconds, Trump altered foreign relations, destroy personal associations, and eliminate policies. Communication specialist, researcher and nonfiction author
Sharon L. Cohen is known for synthesizing a great deal of overwhelming information and providing succinct, thorough and easy-to-understand copy. Her book covers topics such as:
The Obama executive orders Trump rescinded and the new ones he formed;
Background on new cabinet members and advisors and steps they took to disrupt their departments;
The President’s “foreign, foreign affairs” and the impact on American allies and adversaries;
Trump supporters and detractors;
Attacks on the media and free speech;
The rise of many hurtful “isms” and divisiveness; falsehoods and deceptions; And myriad firings and resignations.
Plus, Cohen’s compendium offers a timeline of Russian and Trump surrogate relations from 2016 to 2018. This timeline help readers make sense of the many names and events that can be formidable.
The First Year of Hell presents a streamlined synopsis of all that occurred in 2017. In a very confusing, hectic and distraught historic period, this guide helps readers feel more in control and less worried about the state of the nation. Learn how President Trump is attacking America. Buy The First Year in Hell and see how our country is being burned.
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Sharon L. Cohen is a communication specialist and author with extensive experience in research and writing for nonfiction and reference materials. Her published books focus on online business and community history, and she has produced numerous informative materials for nonprofits, corporations and small businesses.
After her home town of Newtown, Connecticut, experienced a horrible elementary school shooting, she published a resource book for residents with services provided especially for mental healthcare. She is presently writing a book on short- and long-term mental healthcare following a manmade and natural disaster.