As if living through 2020 wasn’t enough, now we have to read about it. Seriously, though, some of these books about Trump and the pandemic are actually worth the pain.
In Trump’s final year, there were fewer and fewer alleged “adults in the room” to watch over a crew of climbers and toadies more or less making it up as they went along in service of an emotionally mercurial, morally crass, and intellectually limited president—who, despite all that, lost narrowly enough, in his mind at least, to deny that reality and could easily have not lost at all if events had played out a little differently.
These accounts will be valuable to historians, but tearing through these books right now feels an awful lot like binge-watching a show that you’d just finished binge watching.
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The movie Idiocracy comes to mind. I think the folks that embraced Trump held on to some weird false narrative; that they kept despite all evidence to the contrary.
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