Michael Cohen’s Disloyal starts with,
“The President of the United States wanted me dead.”
If Cohen’s tell-all has a thesis it’s that Donald Trump is nothing more than a two-bit mobster with a bad combover.
The BEST story in a book written about creep, who just happens to be a balding POTUS;
“I called his plane Hair Force One, for good reason…
Trump doesn’t have a simple combover, as it would appear. The operation was much more involved than a simple throw-over of what was left of his hair: the three-step procedure required a flop up of the hair from the back of his head, followed by the flip of the resulting overhang on his face back on his pate, and then the flap of his combover on the right side, providing three layers of thinly disguised balding-male insecurity. The concoction was held in place by a fog of TREsemme TRES Two, not a high-end salon product. Flip, flop, flap, and there was the most famous combover in the world.
The real reason for the extravagant and obvious overcompensation for his baldness was vanity, and the desire to appear younger and more vigorous than he was.
But there was another unknown reason: he was hiding unsightly scars on his scalp from a failed hair-implant operation in the 1980s. That was the disfiguring operation that resulted in his furious “emotional rape” of his first wife Ivana, as she documented in a lawsuit in the early ’90s; like Samson, Trump believed his virility and image were harmed if he was seen to be losing his hair, or, even worse, injuring himself in an attempt to disguise male-pattern balding.“
Disloyal: The True Story of the Former Personal Attorney to President Donald J. Trump is out now.
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