At a Montana Trump rally, there was mockery of #MeToo and the “fake news” media and bragging about breaking records for drawing crowds.
Dan Pfeiffer, a senior adviser to President Obama, has written “Yes We (Still) Can,” a memoir of his years in the White House, with prescriptions for the future.
“The Great Revolt,” by Salena Zito and Brad Todd, allows Trump backers to speak in their own voices.
The president and the rapper share a history of unpredictable behavior — and a delight in dividing the public.
Amy Chozick’s “Chasing Hillary” describes the impossibility of covering the two Clinton presidential campaigns.
In “A Higher Loyalty,” the former F.B.I. director doesn’t mince words in describing his interactions with President Trump: “This president is unethical, and untethered to truth.”
In “Dear Madam President,” the Clinton campaign’s former communications director, Jennifer Palmieri, tells young women how to succeed in politics.
“When that many smart people produce a television show, it’s bound to make some startling ‘predictions,’” one writer said.
The director Michael Moore talks about his one-man show, “The Terms of My Surrender,” which opened on Broadway on Aug. 10. It focuses on the Trump presidency and activism.