FAKE NEWS: Strange historical facts reimagined in the world of Donald Trump
by David Hutter
Named as one of the 10 BEST BOOKS ON THE DONALD TRUMP PRESIDENCY by British newspaper The Independent, David Hutter’s “Fake News” is a satire in which Trump’s behaviour towards North Korea, Theresa May and others is inspired by obscure historical events from, for instance, ancient China, Tudor England, the French Revolution and the Cold War. These historical footnotes — such as Jimmy Carter getting attacked by a rabbit and Key West declaring independence from the United States — are described at the end of each chapter. “Funny and cutting, this is the perfect antidote to despair,” says The Independent.