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“Reading this book reminded me of watching a cat lick a dog’s eye goo.”

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If you read one thing from the NYT this year, make it this systematic dissection of Jared Kushner’s “Breaking History – A White House Memoir.” Here is one of the less brutal excerpts from the review.


Every political cliché gets a fresh shampooing. “Even in a starkly divided country, there are always opportunities to build bridges,” Kushner writes. And, quoting the former White House deputy chief of staff Chris Liddell: “Every day here is sand through an hourglass, and we have to make it count.” So true, for these are the days of our lives.

Enjoy!

Update: Several people have asked whether Jared Kushner Breaks History was ghostwritten and if so, who was responsible.
A. Duh, of course it was. B. Brittany Baldwin, one of dad-in-law’s former speechwriters. I guess she is used to writing dumbshit for dumbasses.

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