The New York Times bestseller list today features two books critical of President Obama, each penned by authors whose last name is Klein.
Ed Klein’s “The Amateur,” which has graced the bestseller list for weeks, including the top spot, shot back to #2 for hardcover nonfiction.
Debuting at No. 18 spot on the same list today is “Fool Me Twice” by radio host and WND reporter Aaron Klein. The book, written with co-author Brenda J. Elliott, purports to lay out the specific policy prescriptions Obama will attempt to enact if he is reelected in November.
The full title is “Fool Me Twice: Obama’s Shocking Plans for the Next Four Years Exposed.”
Klein, already a New York Times bestselling author, kicked off a busy national media tour by appearing on the “Fox and Friends” television program early last week. He was featured for two segments today on ‘Huckabee” on Fox News.
When asked by one of the hosts of “Fox and Friends” where he was able to find the information for “Fool Me Twice,” Klein pointed out that he and co-author Elliott only “did what a lot of people in the mainstream media could do if they only look at the progressive organizations and key individuals who wrote the stimulus bill and health-care legislation and what they have been writing since, which serve as a blueprint for Obama’s second-term agenda.”
“Fool Me Twice” claims to unveil all the main areas of Obama’s second-term domestic policy onslaught–jobs, wages, health care, immigration “overhaul,” electoral “reform,” national energy policy, Pentagon plans and more.
Ed Klein’s “The Amateur,” meanwhile, advertises that it pulls back the curtain on “one of the most secretive White Houses in history.”
Klein purports to reveals “a callow, thin-skinned, arrogant” president with “messianic dreams of grandeur” supported by a cast of true-believers, all of them “united by leftist politics and an amateurish understanding of executive leadership.”