At the ‘Federalist,’ Tony Daniel Calls Byron York’s Book ‘Obsession’ a Workman-like Account of the Democratic Party’s Attempt to Remove the President During Trump’s First Term

Tony Daniel says Byron York’s account of the hysteria of the Democratic Party to remove Donald Trump from the presidency by any means seemingly fair or foul works even better because York does not go in for polemics, but lets the facts speak for themselves.

“With a steady drumbeat of factual, piece-by-piece storytelling, York captures the Chautauqua of sleaze and venality that has overtaken official Washington for the past four years in this, the greatest ongoing emanation of meaningless sound and fury in U.S. political history,” Tony Daniel says. “It was a plot hatched by a comprehensive assortment of all the monstrous personalities in which the capital specializes: schemers, narcissists, and zealots, sure, but also the monomaniacally insane, the gutlessly obsequious, and, most of all, the overblown and hyperextended of ego.”

Read the review here.