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Book Tour Day Two: “Morning Joe” And More, Plus Carly Fiorina In Studio Today

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Tough morning-after for Cleveland folks, but the Tribe did blank the Cubs 6-0 yesterday, Francisco Lindor is making a great start in the bigs, and the Browns look very, very good.  2016 is Cleveland’s year, but a quick start would have been nice.  The Cavs and LeBron are an inspiring story that will only get better next year.

Day two of my book tour today to promote my new book, an adaptation of Machiavelli’s The Prince for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: “The Queen: The Epic Ambition of Hillary and the Coming of a Second “Clinton Era,” began on Morning Joe with Joe and Mike and a great panel, including David Axelrod.  I’ll play that clip on today’s show. The book is candid advice on how the former Secretary of State might make her very strong position in fact an unbeatable one, given in the hope that by its origins with me, it it will become unusable. Contained within as well, my assessments on how she ought to be viewing the broad field of GOP would-be nominees arrayed against her.

Mike seemed to like my book’s prediction that a President Hillary will make New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand the next Supreme Court Justice, and that Gillibrand’s Senate seat, which was Hillary’s first, will fall to Chelsea.  There’s a lot of obvious consequences of a Hillary Clinton presidency detailed in The Queen.  Get it today.

Back to the interview rounds.

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