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Trump Tweets Alt-American History: 500 Years, 140 Characters at a Time

Trump Tweets Alt-American History: 500 Years, 140 Characters at a Time

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Our President shares his vast and unique knowledge of our Nation's proud alternative heritage in a series of truly inspired tweets in this brand new collection. Drawing on his close study of several television documentaries and a collection of Classics Illustrated Comics that his father didn't make him sell until he was fourteen (he cleared $146), Donald J. Trump illuminates the key moments in the Panorama of Great Events such as he remembers them.

He reviews 500 years of U.S. History (more if you count the Pre-Columbusian Era), 140 characters at a time, with the signature wit and wisdom that have marked his Presidency. Every Mom and Dad will want to own this volume, if only to be reminded how great this country might have been. Every student will want to be given it as a cherished gift, if only to have another title to add to their midterm paper's bibliography.

These are the actual tweets themselves in language that a scholar of any age (pre-School, Baby Einstein) will understand. With funny full-color drawings, just in case.

Author: Martin Kozlowski
Publisher: Now What Media
Published: 11/30/2017
Pages: 120
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.38lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.25d
ISBN: 9780996236645

About the Author
Kozlowski, Martin: - Since 1980 Martin Kozlowski has chronicled the social and political scenes in a wide range of publications including Advertising Age, Barron's, The National Law Journal, The New York Times, Newsday and The Wall Street Journal. Samples of his illustration and comics work are available at He art directs and contributes to the weekly editorial illustration service His comic strips have appeared in The Hartford Courant, The New York Sun, The Earth Times, Fortune, and The Daily Star in Beirut, Lebanon (don't ask.) His work has appeared in numerous exhibitions including shows in New York, Paris, Santa Fe and Calgary (but not Crawford, TX) and he has lectured at several colleges including his alma mater, Parsons School of Design. He is co-publisher at Now What Media, LLC, and editor of the satirical ezine Now What @ He works out of his studio in Jersey City, NJ where he lives with his wife.Peterson, L. K.: - L.K. Peterson's books include "Talk to the Hair: A Look Back at the First 100 Days of the Trump Presidency," "Further Adventures," "The Da Vinci Cold," "Fairly Grim Tales," "Go the F**k Back to Work!," "The 2012 Doomsday Planner," "Passport USA," and "Global Graphics: Color." He has worked at sports, design and travel publications, writing about everything from ballpark architecture and cuisine to telling the difference between Louis XIV, XV and XVI furniture. Co-publisher of Now What Media LLC, Peterson is also entirely to blame for the satiric website Ant Farmer's Almanac (The Thinking Man's No-Brainer!) He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, where he spends his free time plotting revenge and looking for parking spaces.Hachtman, Tom: - Tom Hachtman (aka Mickey Pickles, Mickey Hackman, Noah Escarole) was born March 22, 1948 on Long Island, New York. He was the third of three sons and his mother Loretta, disgruntled about not having a girl, told her husband Julius, "this one is mine.'" Mickey, as his brothers called him, happily avoided scouts and Little League and tagged along on his mom's museum trips and art classes. His cartoons and illustrations have appeared in The National Lampoon, Mad and Esquire. Beginning in 1978, his cult favorite comic strip Gertrude's Follies, about the life and times of Gertrude Stein and her circle, ran in the Soho Weekly News. He was staff editorial cartoonist for the New York Daily News in the mid 90s. Currently he paints murals in New Jersey.

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