All books aren't non-fiction. Trump likes to say he fired them, and plenty like to say they quit or wanted to. Who's telling the truth? Did they quit for the reasons they say they did? Lot's of book deals for people who like to bash Trump, that aren't selling all that great, and coincidentally plenty of books being taken off shelves written by conservatives as of lately, especially if they sell well. Hmm. I wonder how many people Trump sits down with and hires personally?
The funny thing is, I believe Trump administration will have the most books written concerning the inner workings and they will all be entertaining reads. So far, whether you read a book, hear the rumblings or interviews the common thread of them all is a disorganized cluster F***. The thing is, this isn't anything new since this is a common theme before Trump was elected with his business.
Also a book selling great or now has nothing to do with the analysis within the books.
As for who Trump personally hires, I would say if he doesn't have direct input in the hiring of top positions then he probably doing what he does best, nothing. Its like the report we heard in the beginning of his presidency when people would put papers in front of him to sign and he did without reading them. Hell, we have even recent situations where within his budget plan he has nuked funding for the special olympics and the Great Lakes since he has been in office only to suddenly find out it was his administration gutting those programs. He even tried to take credit for not gutting them when congress always ignored his budget any way. Its this kind of lazy stupidity that is accepted today by people who trust in Trump that is comical.
Key word is here "entertaining" and not truthful. So Trump is tough in business and politics and so it's hard for him to find good people and some quit because they can't live up to the high standards. I don't see the problem.
Fiction can also be analysed. Based on a true story... 'here's everything they got wrong...'
So if the head of a multi billion dollar business or country doesn't have the time to go through every single hire with a fine tooth comb it's because they're lazy or useless? Surely it has nothing to do with spreading the load and responsibility beyond just yourself to make things as efficient as financially possible, which is the point in hiring other people to help. Couldn't have to do with the people doing the hiring making some mistakes because everyone is perfect except for Trump. How is Trump supposed to force congress to do what he wants? Isn't that the key reason congress exists, so that the Prez can't just move ahead with whatever they want?