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About the Author
- File size : 5471 KB
- Publication date : September 8, 2020
- Publisher : St. Martin's Press (September 8, 2020)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 272 pages
- ASIN : B083RS6XL5
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : English
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #20,444 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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MSM reviewers have expressed frustration that Sarah didn't provide more grist for their mills here, so they insist she must be sucking up to protect her future political plans. Clearly they're frustrated that she's providing a look at the human side of the man they've been working overtime to demonize.
Instead, she shares a more personal account of her time in the White House while trying to raise a family, her account of some of the newsmaking moments during her service, and the moments that touched her heart - as well as some of the many hurtful moments inflicted on her by the vituperative Left. The book is a fascinating peek at what it's like to be working with the president, but it's her bio not his, so the focus is hers and told in an engaging way as if you were sitting down and chatting with a friend about her amazing job.
While there were several news stories that I was interested in reading from her personal perspective, I was not familiar with the Christmas story about the soldier from the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment who tore the patch off his uniform to give to her, saying "We're in this together". I grew up as a military brat, and it moved me to tears.
Sarah meets the controversy over the Mueller investigation issue head on. It is absurd that so much is made of her - at worst - hyperbolic remark, inaccurate only by the use of the adjective "countless", by the same people who have nothing to say about Comey's exponentially more serious lies, leaks and the partisan weaponization of the FBI. A man who dishonestly misused his position to such an extent that even top Democrats like Pelosi, Schumer, Sanders - & even Maxine Waters - found it necessary to publicly condemn him.
She also shares her perspective on the personal attacks by the so-called comedian at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. I had wondered what was passing thru her mind as she sat there stoically enduring it. I'm even more proud of her for keeping her head up thru it and refusing to let it get to her knowing how much it hurt. And I'm glad to know that many in the press and on the Left apologized for it.
However, as a mom myself, I was particularly interested in the anecdotes where she discusses the extra challenge of being a wife & mother while also being press secretary. There are several humorous ones, but she also shares how her position as a mom affected her view of events.
The book certainly doesn't overstay its welcome at only 12 chapters. It's an easy, yet informative & engaging read, & I enthusiastically recommend it!
I enjoyed her book from start to finish. I cried (with her) in the first chapter, laughed with her often, and it truly put a human face and heart behind someone I think the media has tried to villanize. Especially after the correspondents dinner. It shows what a class act Ms. Huckabee Sanders truly is.
I loved hearing about her faith, and her story from growing up in Arkansas to having one of the highest profile jobs in the country. I would recommend this book to anyone- left, right or center (I lean Republican, but would probably be a libertarian if they ever stood a chance to win in Texas), as it was an interesting peek into her time at the White House.
**This was a verified purchase, see screen shot of the cover from my Kindle**
Just a ploy to make money from a falsified story of "her life". Take a pass on this one.