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Prospect’s books of the year 2018: politics

Our appetite for Trumpology seems to be insatiable

Michelle Obama at the Royal Festival Hall in London © Yui Mok/PA Wire/PA Images

Michelle Obama at the Royal Festival Hall in London © Yui Mok/PA Wire/PA Images

In 2018, much ink was spilled over Donald Trump’s car-crash government. Michael Wolff’s Fire and Fury (Little, Brown), 1.4m copies of which were ordered in its first week, is a reckless account of a reckless president. Filled with gossipy nuggets that might pique the interest of special counsel Robert Mueller—Steve Bannon described Don Jr’s dealings with Russia as “treasonous”—Wolff’s book is, in our…

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