The Art of the Donald: Lessons from America’s Philosopher-in-Chief

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December 13, 2017 The Art of the Donald: Lessons from America’s Philosopher-in-Chief

President Donald Trump knows about living the good life and achieving success.

With his election to the presidency, he added to a life that already includes billions of dollars, worldwide celebrity, and a beautiful family, despite legions of haters. Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Live Streamed

The Heritage Foundation

Lehrman Auditorium

214 Massachusetts Ave NE
Washington, DC
20002

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Featuring author

Christopher Bedford

Christopher Bedford is editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller News Foundation. Along with writing a weekly column, he is the vice chairman of the Young Americans for Freedom national activist organization, is on the board of the National Journalism Center, and is a judge in the Kansas City Barbecue Society. His work has been featured in The New York Post, National Review, Politico, RealClearPolitics, The Wall Street Journal, The Daily Signal, MSNBC, and The Federalist, and he appears regularly on Fox News and Fox Business.

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President Donald Trump knows about living the good life and achieving success. With his election to the presidency, he added to a life that already includes billions of dollars, worldwide celebrity, and a beautiful family, despite legions of haters. InThe Art of the Donald,DailyCaller News Foundationeditor-in-chief Christopher Bedford takes you inside the new president’s unorthodox mind, unlocking the genius of his approach to everything in life and offering insights into navigating life the Trump way.

Featuring personal campaign-trail anecdotes and lessons from Trump’s long career as a businessman and politician,The Art of the Donaldoffers numerous pieces of advice, includingKeeping your message simple and delivering it effectively; Using competition to govern yourself and chaos to confuse your opponents; Cutting out the middlemen and getting directly to the deal-makers; Redefining conflicts and transactions on your own terms; Solving problems with ingenuity instead of money;andBelieving in yourself, no matter what your opponents try to say.