Perched on my chair, at nine in the morning, I dismissed my alarm and promptly clicked the purchase button for the Kindle version of Michael Wolff’s new book “Fire And Fury: Inside the Trump White House.My excitement for the book was undeniable, there it was, 326 pages of dissing bliss.

Freedom of Speech

Although Donald Trump’s lawyers sent a cease and desist letter to Mr. Wolff and his publisher, Henry Holt & Co in the hopes of preventing publication of “Fire and Fury”, it backfired in such an impressive and historical way. After the author and publisher rejected Trump’s request, the release date was moved up by four days and became an instant best-seller.

As much as the Second Amendment to the Constitution has been touted over the years, the First Amendment is standing front and center with the publication of “Fire and Fury.” It is the ultimate proof that even our president cannot silence those who have differing views or opinions beyond his own.

Honesty is the best policy

Seriously, how can anyone listen to Donald Trump and think he is stable or a genius? Even those that voted for him, and are his staunch supporters, have to know our leader is mere steps from crazy town. Anyone with some mental clarity can see that Donald Trump has obvious issues.

Regardless of one’s political party, Donald Trump’s rants, rages, and recollections should raise eyebrows, and have citizens worrying about his ability to govern and protect this country.

This half-with-it mentality and behavior could be the very reason people voted for him. These voters, desperate to be heard, were willing to forgo maturity and common sense in their leader. To them, anyone willing to stir the pot was a blessing. Something tells me Mr. Trump is stirring the pot a bit too hard and it is just a matter of time before the entire country is covered in his sloppiness.

But wait, there is always more

Grab yourself a pint of Hagen Daz and pull up a chair. “Fire and Fury” has plenty to offer. Erratic behavior, allegations, name-calling, and misery are all thrown into the pot that President Trump is so eager to stir.

With immense pleasure, I watched the characters, one by one, take on the mask of adolescence and jump right into the fray.

Every chapter I found my laughter becoming louder and louder. This seemingly contagious, childlike behavior has me wondering if there is one hold-out. Is there one person that can exude wisdom, intelligence, and common sense amongst the characters that roam the White House halls?

Repeat performance

It is safe to say Mr. Wolff will not be invited to the White House for KFC anytime soon. However, I am already pining over the prospect of a follow-up book. Imagine, “Fire and the Furriest: The Takedown of Ignorance.” This second book would continue delving into the Trump administration’s bumbling blunders, providing readers with another round of great joy. However, at the end of this best-seller would be a hero, Robert Mueller, the man who could. He would release the people from the grasp of Trump and banish him to Trump Tower to never be seen, or better yet, heard from again.