This book, written in a casual light-hearted manner, tells the story of the first year of TRUMP's accident prone presidency, on the home front and abroad. At home, the book presents a longer view than the usual daily pro- or anti-TRUMP media frenzy. Based on his campaign promises, it highlights a pattern of controversial, disruptive if not deconstructive behaviour in the TRUMPIAN sense of the word, affecting the US rapidly and negatively on political, economic, trade, social and societal issues simultaneously. Abroad, TRUMP claimed his unwillingness to act as the sheriff of the world during his campaign, but broke this promise early in his presidency. The book covers each of his on the spur thought out foreign policies, resulting in TRUMPIAN meddling in the affairs of other countries such as North Korea, the Middle East and the status of Jerusalem. It shows how the TRUMP administration is trying to force the world to accept its unilateral, harmful and unpalatable recipe, a complete reversal and an extraordinary change of track since World War II in US politics. This book on TRUMP, the first by a European author published in the US, presents with the president in the leading role, an insight on American politics at home and illustrates the serious adverse impact of his foreign adventures, an aspect most US readers are not aware of or blissfully ignore.