The Favorite Books of Donald Trump
There is no getting away from the fact that the world has been preoccupied after Donald Trump won the presidential elections in the United States because of his polemical policy; the foreign and the native. Moreover, some people goes to believe that Donald Trump will be the cause of the collapse of the United States. Politicians usually get inspired or influenced by celebrities and books. In this article, PDFORALL will share with you 8 books which influenced the current president f the United States Donald Trump.
Here are 8 books that influenced Donald Trump:
1-The Ar of War by Sun Tzu
The Art of War was written by Sun Tzu, an old Chinese general. It was translated from Chinese into English. The book revolves around military strategies and how to handle complicated situations like wars. The Art of War introduces solution to conflicts and methods to handle battles. This book inspired many politicians and decision makers.
2- Lacocca by Lee Iacocca and William Novak
Lee Iacocca and William Norakasii belong to the favorite writer of Donald Trump. Lee Iacocca was a very famous businessman and decision maker in the Chrysler and Ford company. He saved two big companies from bankruptcy.
3-Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant by Robert T. Kiyosaki
Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant is one of the best sellers. It revolves around capitalism and dealing rationally and intelligently with money.
4- The Amateur by Edward Klein
Donald Trump often criticizes the former president Obama for what he believes to be errors in Obama’s presidency and the Obama’s lack of experience. The Amateur is a result of 200 interviews conducted by the Edward Klein who criticized Obama and considered him as a storm and went on to say that there was a secret affair between Obama and Bill Clinton – the former president of the US- to support Hilary Clinton.
5-The Watchman’s Rattle
Why can’t we solve our problems anymore? Why do threats such as the Gulf oil spill, worldwide recession, terrorism, and global warming suddenly seem unstoppable? Are there limits to the kinds of problems humans can solve? Rebecca Costa confronts – and offers a solution to – these questions in her highly anticipated and game-changing book, The Watchman’s Rattle. Costa pulls headlines from today’s news to demonstrate how accelerating complexity quickly outpaces that rate at which the human brain can develop new capabilities.
6- Talent is overrated
Talent is Overrated is a book which describes ambitions and talented people and how to distinguish between work and talent.
7-The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli
The end justify the means. We all know this saying but who said it? It’s Niccolo Machiavelli, an Italian Renaissance historian, politician, diplomat, philosopher, and writer. He has often been called the founder of modern political science. In fact, this book inspired a lot of decision makers all over he world. it concentrates on the possibility of a “new prince”. To retain power, the hereditary prince must carefully balance the interests of a variety of institutions to which the people are accustomed. By contrast, a new prince has the more difficult task in ruling: He must first stabilise his newfound power in order to build an enduring political structure.
8- Mujer Millonaria by Kim Kiyosaki
In her book Mujer Millonaria, Kim Kioysaki encourages women to do business as equal as men. She gives women some secrets to be successful worldwide businesswomen. Roughly speaking, Mujer Millonaria is a set of advices for women to start their small businesses with a view to develop it and make it big over time.
To conclude, we notice from the books mentioned above that the president Donald Trump tends a lot to Business and politics, on both of which the current world is based.