Never Enough, Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success by Michael D’Antonio. I hope that this is the last book about Donald Trump that I will ever read. I never, ever want to read another. These are the author’s last words about the narcissistic Donald Trump.
“In a world where many habitually broadcast photographs of their sandwiches just before they are eaten, we no longer agree that intense self-regard is a sign that something is wrong. It may, instead, be a reasonable reaction to life in a society where extension of the self, through media, is an accepted way to escape feeling insignificant. Donald Trump is not a man apart. He is, instead, merely one of us writ large. Given his intense desire to distinguish himself as special, if not sui generis, he is likely to find this conclusion disturbing. It is, for the rest of us too.”