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Mollie Hemingway interviews Trump as part of book launch

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Mollie Hemingway is well-known in conservative circles as a senior editor at the online magazine The Federalist. However, not many people remember the book author and political commentator as a harsh Trump critic. This is due in part to her sudden reversal of political sentiments which saw her turn against the Democratic Party, as soon as the GOP head honcho became president.

As a columnist, Hemingway is a well-published writer whose works have appeared on Fox News, Wall Street Journal, National Review and The New York Times Magazine, to name a few. She is also the author of Trump vs. the Media, a book that focuses on the anti-Trump fuelled reporting by some of the biggest, albeit biased, mainstream media companies in America today. 

Recently, she released a book titled “Rigged: How The Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections.” Hemingway’s latest opus is a “definitive account” of the 2020 national elections and aims to expose “the fraud and cynicism behind the Democrats’ historic power-grab.”

Upon release of her latest book, Hemingway decided to let former head of state Donald Trump to drop some wisdom through a 5-hour interview. As expected, the 45th president of the United States did not disappoint and delivered a multifaceted chit-chat with Hemingway. During the interview, Trump even claimed that “George Washington, with Abraham Lincoln as his running mate, could not have beaten me. I was up so much,” when he was asked about his chances for reelection. 

An interview with Trump, just like his speeches, will never be a dull moment and Hemingway seemed to have enjoyed every ounce of it. The former standard bearer didn’t hold back as he blasted his rivals, including GOP allies such as Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who happens to support another presidential run by Trump. 

Big Tech companies and their social media platforms, the Chinese Communist Party and Biden’s foreign policy and immigration debacles are among the staples to expect in every Trump interview. However, one should always be on the lookout for the inspirational gems that he often leaves behind for his followers.

“Leadership is a very funny thing. Oftentimes you don’t know who’s going to be a good leader until they’re there. It’s like you throw the baby into the water and they turn out to be an Olympic champion, or maybe it won’t work out so well. I’ve watched people that have such capability, and they turn out to be lousy leaders. You never know,” Trump told Hemingway.

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