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The Amateur Chapter Summary & Analysis - Introduction, The Dark Side of Obama, Prologue, As Bill Sees It Summary

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Introduction, The Dark Side of Obama, Prologue, As Bill Sees It Summary and Analysis

Edward Klein begins "The Amateur" by introducing himself as a reporter who, though years of interviews and research, has concluded that Barack Obama is "temperamentally" unsuited to be President of the United States. In other words, the reason that Obama is unsuited to the presidency is due to his core character traits, which demonstrate that he is arrogant, easily provoked, petty, dishonest and suffers from delusions of grandeur. He is not the centrist, pragmatic leader he pretended to be in the 2008 election. Rather, he has been a different man all along. It is Obama's character that had led him to "revolt" against American values. The challenge for conservatives is that, based on his personality and ideology, Obama wants to be "transformative" in the sense that...

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