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In a week, Jared Kushner’s book, “Breaking History,” will be delivered into the world officially.

But today, the New York Times’s Dwight Garner reviewed in what may become a historic take down. It’s scathing and hilarious at the same time.

And the net net here is that “Breaking History” sits on the amazon best seller list at 1,800, showing no sign of interest with six days to go.

Garner writes: ‘”Breaking History’ is an earnest and soulless — Kushner looks like a mannequin, and he writes like one — and peculiarly selective appraisal of Donald J. Trump’s term in office. Kushner almost entirely ignores the chaos, the alienation of allies, the breaking of laws and norms, the flirtations with dictators, the comprehensive loss of America’s moral leadership, and so on, ad infinitum, to speak about his boyish tinkering (the “mechanic”) with issues he was interested in.”

He continues: “This book is like a tour of a once majestic 18th-century wooden house, now burned to its foundations, that focuses solely on, and rejoices in, what’s left amid the ashes: the two singed bathtubs, the gravel driveway and the mailbox. Kushner’s fealty to Trump remains absolute. Reading this book reminded me of watching a cat lick a dog’s eye goo.”

The whole thing is a work of art and a must read. “Breaking History” is just breaking wind.

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