There is no denying that many were shocked, both positively and negatively, in witnessing Donald Trump become the next President of the United States in his election in 2016. However, for author Kevin O’Brien, the election of Trump to office is reminiscent of the election of Ronald Reagan: rogue politicians who became, and are becoming, presidents of the people. His new book, The Rogue Effect, provides a presidential study on the two men who were underdogs in the election, only to surprise many as Republican leaders ready to face a President vs. Congress battle for the American people’s welfare. Kevin also dissects each administration’s viewpoints on domestic issues, from immigration to today’s Obamacare, and how they both held their own against the media and politics. To Kevin, President Trump has the potential to “make American great again”, just as President Reagan revived America as the “shining city on a hill”.