How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution
Joel Barry Pollak born 25 April is a South African-American conservative political commentator, writer, and attorney. He currently serves as the senior-editor-at-large for Breitbart News. His parents moved to the United States in and became United States citizen in From to he was chief speechwriter for Tony Leon , leader of the Democratic Alliance , and is a family friend of Leon's successor Helen Zille.
Pollak was politically liberal in his early life, being active in groups "which were the forebears of today's ANTIFA or Occupy movement. In Pollak was the Republican nominee for U. Congress from Illinois's 9th congressional district , challenging incumbent Democrat Jan Schakowsky , whom he had voted for while still a Democrat prior to After losing the election, Pollak was asked by Andrew Breitbart to become in-house counsel at his Breitbart website , and Pollak moved to California.
He later became editor-in-chief of the website. After Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields alleged she was attacked by Donald Trump presidential campaign manager Corey Lewandowski , leaked internal memos showed that Pollak ordered staffers to stop defending Fields. Pollak also posted a lengthy article to the website questioning Fields's account of the incident.
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Listen Live: Reveal. Close Close. Reveal Value this story? Perhaps faintly sensing a loss a few days before the election, she cancelled the celebratory fireworks that were to accompany her victory. Schweikart and Pollak speak with authority because they were there. In alternating chapters based on their diaries and reports, they relate the background, the history, the changes and the sounds and sights of the campaign as it was happening.
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Schweikart had been following the race for the Republican presidential nomination since the early candidate announcements and was one of the few who immediately believed that Donald Trump could not only win the Republican nomination for president against more experienced political candidates but the presidency itself. Pollak joined the press tour following Trump in the campaign's final months. Often the only Republican reporter on the plane and bus, he sometimes struggled to keep up with the decades older Trump as he appeared at rally after rally, often several a day, mainly in the battleground states and the states Trump thought he could flip to him.
Thanks to Kellyanne Conway, from working class New Jersey, who did break a mythical glass ceiling as the first female successful campaign manager when she was hired in August, Trump improved his messaging.
How Trump Won the Presidency
At each rally Trump delivered the same message, tweaked with local references, on making America great again. Build the wall. Jobs in America for American workers. And of course, corrupt Hillary. And everywhere the large crowds enthusiastically responded. Initially pessimistic about Trump's chances, Pollak gradually, slowly became more hopeful as he saw how Trump's message resonated so deeply with so many.