An Apprentice Dictator in the White House
About the Book
A young, handsome, charismatic Southern governor is elected president of the United States in a landslide. He was so popular that world leaders were scrambling to attend his inauguration. Among the attendees were the pope, the queen of England, and other royalties.
He had, however, an Achilles’ heel—he was a philanderer. In the white house he spent more time chasing women than doing the job he was elected to do. It will not take long for his misdeeds to leak out to the media and the opposition party that controlled Congress. Convinced that impeachment was the only way to remove that popular president, the opposition hired a zealous special prosecutor to investigate the president. While he was being investigated, the noose was getting tighter around his neck.
Pressured by his wife to save his power, he decided to do the unthinkable.
He ordered the Attorney General to arrest the special prosecutor
He suspended the Constitution.
He dissolved Congress.
He retired the five members of the Supreme Court who 70 years old and older.
He declared martial law and put troops in the street of Washington District.
He ordered the media to impose self censorship.
How will the nation react to this wannabe dictator?
What will be the reaction of the world community
How long will he last?
About the Author
Political observer and radio commentator for the last three decades, Abner Clerveaux brings in this book a unique perspective by allowing the American people to glimpse at what a dictatorship looks like. His vast knowledge of Third World politic helps him to combine two opposite political methods into one. This is a book full of suspense.