Why the Media Chose Not to Hear When Trump Called Obama a Literary Fraud, by Jack Cashill

I once read something Barack Obama purportedly wrote in law school. A talented seventh-grader could have done better. The man couldn’t write then, and apparently he didn’t improve much. From Jack Cashill at americanthinkers.com:

Barack Obama, the writer, is stumbling again.  Even the New York Times acknowledges that the former president is “anguishing over the publication date of his long-awaited memoir.” Others are anguishing even more than he.

“The delay is wreaking havoc with print scheduling and of course budget planning,” an insider told me.  “The enormous advance is starting to raise concerns within the publisher.  While Michelle’s book performed well, Obama needs to deliver the book and sales to make the overall deal worthwhile.”

This is not the first time Obama failed to deliver on a book deadline.  In the summer of 1993, Simon & Schuster lost patience with Obama, canceled the contract it had awarded him two years earlier, and demanded the advance back.  To get out of debt and save his future, Obama had to do something.

Donald Trump knows just what that something was, and he has said so in public.  At the time, I was paying close attention.  In the spring of 2011, I received a call from a fellow named Michael Cohen.  I did not recognize the name, nor did I know how Cohen got my cell number.  He explained that he was Trump’s attorney, and I had heard of Trump.  Cohen wanted to know what I knew about Barack Obama’s origins.

I told Cohen I had followed the birth certificate issue only from a distance and knew no more than anyone else.  I recommended instead that Trump focus on the authorship issue.  Obama claimed to have written his acclaimed memoir, Dreams from My Father, by himself.  He was lying.  He definitely had help, much of it from Bill Ayers.  This I deduced from my literary forensic work in the summer and fall of 2008.  In fact, my first serious article on the same was published in the American Thinker.

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One response to “Why the Media Chose Not to Hear When Trump Called Obama a Literary Fraud, by Jack Cashill

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