It is said to be the first-ever book from CNN Politics that chronicles the events of recently concluded U.S. election.
According to CNN, Unprecedented: The Election That Changed Everything was written and reported while the election happened.
The book tells the story of the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, as a Republican field of seventeen candidates battled it out until one remained: “a blustery billionaire and reality TV star with no military or government experience, no respect for the rules of politics and no fear of offending people—including members of his own party.”
After nearly 20 months of campaign rigmarole, the U.S. presidential election came to an end on November 8 when the Republican candidate Donald Trump won the race to become the 45th President of America.
With his campaign message “Make America Great Again” Trump defeated his Democrat rival Hillary Clinton, who was considered an establishment candidate.
Across the aisle, according to CNN, Democrats witnessed a showdown between an unlikely populist hero in Sen. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, who was hobbled by scandal in her second attempt to become America’s first woman president.
Unprecedented: The Election That Changed Everything is written by Thomas Lake and edited by Jodi Enda. It will be available on December 6 for a retail price of $40.
Trump will begin his four-year term as President after the Inauguration Day ceremony on January 20, 2017.
Photo courtesy: CNN
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