It's January 20, 2017, and Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.
As he hangs his red cap on the door of the Oval Office, President Trump is eager to show that "we can start winning again, folks."
But his ambitions are cut short, with a one-month term rivaling that of William Henry Harrison.
Find out what happens in President Trump's Month, an epistolary novella offering a satirical look at an imagined Trump presidency through executive orders, proclamations, "official" transcripts of key press briefings, inaugural and weekly addresses, and more.
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About the Author
Ron Leshnower has written extensively on government, policy, and the law. He has appeared as a legal expert in media outlets such as CBS News, NBC News and The New York Times. A graduate of Yale University and Boston University School of Law, Ron is the author of three books.