Jim Acosta – The Enemy of the People


From CNNs veteran Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta, an explosive, first-hand account of the dangers he faces reporting on the current White House while fighting on the front lines in President Trumps war on truth.

In Mr. Trumps campaign against what he calls Fake News, CNN Chief White House Correspondent, Jim Acosta, is public enemy number one. From the moment Mr. Trump announced his candidacy in 2015, he has attacked the media, calling journalists the enemy of the people.

Acosta presents a damning examination of bureaucratic dysfunction, deception, and the unprecedented threat the rhetoric Mr. Trump is directing has on our democracy. When the leader of the free world incites hate and violence, Acosta doesnt back down, and he urges his fellow citizens to do the same.

At Mr. Trumps most hated network, CNN, Acosta offers a never-before-reported account of what its like to be the Presidents most hated correspondent. Acosta goes head-to-head with the White House, even after Trump supporters have threatened his life with words as well as physical violence.

From the hazy denials and accusations meant to discredit the Mueller investigation, to the presidents scurrilous tweets, Jim Acosta is in the eye of the storm while reporting live to millions of people across the world. After spending hundreds of hours with the revolving door of White House personnel, Acosta paints portraits of the personalities of Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Stephen Miller, Steve Bannon, Sean Spicer, Hope Hicks, Jared Kushner, and more. Acosta is tenacious and unyielding in his public battle to preserve the First Amendment and #RealNews.

Author: Jim Acosta
Narrator: Jim Acosta
Duration: 10 hours 3 minutes
Released: 19 Nov 2006
Publisher: HarperAudio
Language: English

User Review:

newness tiring

Great book that gives reporter’s insight and experience into what is one of the most awful presidencies in our history. Appreciate Mr. Acosta’s service and courage. His narration is a little too fast, but overall great book.