“The Great Revolt,” by Salena Zito and Brad Todd, allows Trump backers to speak in their own voices.
“The World as It Is,” a memoir by the White House aide Ben Rhodes, recounts some of the toughest decisions Barack Obama made during his presidency.
Chozick discusses her time covering Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail, and Sloane Crosley talks about her new collection of essays, “Look Alive Out There.”
How David Henry Hwang teamed up with the composer Jeanine Tesori for “Soft Power,” a play with music — or maybe a play that becomes a musical.
Amy Chozick’s “Chasing Hillary” describes the impossibility of covering the two Clinton presidential campaigns.
Hillary Clinton once again compared President Trump to authoritarians, and glancingly referred to the newly declassified memos by James Comey, the former F.B.I. director.
The “Daily Show” host gave the president some credit: “If it wasn’t for his craziness, North Korea would have never come to the table.”
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.