Who are the people who helped Donald Trump win the 2016 presidential election?
A new book by the author, Who are they?
The Unauthorized History of the United States, reveals how the 2016 election was rigged from the beginning and outlines the strategies of the Trump campaign to take the White House.
In the book, former Bush-era Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff and retired Gen. David Petraeus discuss how the Bush administration orchestrated the election, including the theft of the vote from Democrat Hillary Clinton.
The book was written by former Bush campaign aide John Podhoretz, who served as a senior adviser on the 2016 campaign.
Podhorets book, which is set to be released by HarperCollins, was recently made available to the public.
“We are not talking about a bunch of people who are just doing what they think is the right thing, or who are good guys,” Podhoretts said in an interview with The Associated Press.
“It’s a bunch who want to get this country back on track.
They’re not really doing that to get elected, they’re doing it for a political gain.”
Podhors book was published in August 2017, a few months before Trump won the election.
The election was stolen by Russian hackers who stole and published emails from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and senior adviser Huma Abedin, which were released by WikiLeaks in October 2016.
It was later revealed that the emails were fabricated.
The email theft has been referred to as the “Trump-Russia collusion” scandal.
Podhrotz was one of several former officials of the Bush-led Department of Homeland Security who were appointed to the Trump transition team.
The former DHS secretary also serves as a former chairman of the board of the Republican National Committee.
The transition team did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Podheres book was also published by the same publishing house that published the memoirs of former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and his wife Jill.
Podhs book, titled The Secret Life of the Donald Trump, was published last year by Harper Collins.
Podhes book was about the Trump-Russia conspiracy, not the 2016 US election.
“I’m not an apologist for Trump,” Podhros book reads.
“Trump was a pathological liar, a racist, and a narcissist who had no problem insulting and bullying people he did not know and who were not of his ethnicity.
Trump had no regard for anyone except himself.”
The book also addresses the role of George Soros, who was a major financial backer of Trump’s campaign, as well as former President Barack Obama.
The Clintons, who have been at odds with each other for years, were never close allies, according to Podhornez.
In his book, Podhortz recounts that he and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton “discussed what to do about Soros and his friends.”
According to the book: “Clinton called Soros a ‘globalist,’ a ‘dictator,’ and a ‘fraud.'”
“It was clear that Hillary had no intention of pursuing any diplomatic solutions with Soros,” the book reads, noting that Soros’ organizations were involved in a series of bank and financial transactions that resulted in billions of dollars being deposited into the Clinton Foundation.
“She told Soros, ‘You’ve got to go away.'”
Podhorytz said he and Podhoris family were shocked by the way they were treated by the Clinton campaign and that they had no idea of the extent of Soros’ funding for the campaign.
“They were very, very, well-connected, and they had access to all the information,” Podhets said.
“To them, they were just like a bunch and a half people.
I never understood that.
And I never would have imagined that they would be able to do this.”
Podhereas book also mentions former President Bill Clinton, former President George H.W. Bush, former Vice President Joe Biden, and former Attorney General Sally Yates.
The Clinton campaign did not respond to multiple requests for comment about Podhorges book.
The new book comes amid mounting speculation that Trump may be planning to fire Mueller.
Former Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who appointed Mueller to oversee the Russia probe, announced on Friday that he is stepping down from the probe.
The Senate has also been investigating Mueller’s conduct, and Rosenstein said he would step down from his role after the special counsel’s office finishes its investigation.
Trump, meanwhile, has repeatedly said he does not believe Mueller is biased.
In a speech at a New Hampshire rally on Friday, Trump said, “There is no special prosecutor, there’s no special judge.
There’s a special prosecutor.”
The president’s comment drew applause from the crowd.
“There’s no collusion,” Trump said.