He’s been called an impostor, a fraud, a fake. A charlatan. His own ghostwriter for the book “The Art of the Deal” called him a sociopath.
There are many words that describe Donald Trump, and there are just as many words that don’t describe him: Conservative. Decent. Serious. Presidential.
Donald Trump has spearheaded one of the most divisive campaigns in modern politics and, in the eyes of many in his own party, is unfit to hold the highest office in the land.
But when the dust settles, whether he wins or loses, how will his campaign for the presidency be remembered?
As an insurgency?
Is it the story of someone “who fights” taking on power while taking power?
Or will it be a hostile takeover from an invader that played out on national television as sane people watched and despaired?
Will Trump be remember as the head of a movement, or the head of a snake?
Or even as the snake-oil salesman and crony who hoodwinked millions?
And what of those who resisted?
History will remember the resistance, but it remains to be seen if that will be positively or negatively.
But perhaps most importantly of all, will the people who support him ever get a clear picture of who he REALLY is?
“The Sociopath”, a film by Ben Howe, will show you not only who this man is, but more importantly, how he got to where he is, who supported him in doing so, and what it could mean for the future of the nation now that he is elected.