UnPresidented: Politics, pandemics and the race that Trumped all others (Hardback)Jon Sopel (author)
The BBC’s North America correspondent gives his take on the most turbulent US election campaign in living memory, with characteristic wit, insight and effortlessly readable prose.
Fear and loathing on the 2020 campaign trail...
'26 February, White House Briefing Room
The coronavirus feels like it is changing everything. Suddenly it's not just a public health emergency; it has the potential to upend this whole election...'
In UnPresidented: Politics, pandemics and the race that Trumped all others, BBC North America Editor Jon Sopel presents a diary of an election like we've never quite seen before.
Experience life as a reporter on the campaign trail, as the election heats up and a global pandemic slowly sweeps in. As American lives are lost at a devastating rate, the presidential race becomes a battle for the very soul of the nation - challenging not just the Trump presidency, but the very institutions of American democracy itself.
In this highly personal account of reporting on America in 2020, Jon Sopel takes you behind the scenes of a White House in crisis and an election in turmoil, expertly laying bare the real story of the presidential campaign in a panoramic account of an election and a year like no other.
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 592 g
Dimensions: 240 x 162 x 34 mm
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