Steve Majerus-Collins is a journalist in Connecticut. A University of Virginia graduate, he has covered politics and government for daily newspapers since 1987. Along with his wife, Jackie Majerus-Collins, he co-founded the nonprofit Youth Journalism International (youthjournalism.org) in 1994. It has been teaching students around the world about journalism ever since, building ties among young people on every continent and providing aspiring writers and photographers with a chance to have their stories seen by a global audience. His Christmas Eve resignation in 2015 to protest an unethical publisher drew national attention. He is married and has two children.
A fictional oral history of the administration of President Donald Trump. The book examines what might really happen if Trump were to come out on top in November. Would he build his wall? Defeat ISIS? Make America great again or destroy it? It's a quick read but one that offers some perspective on a candidate like none before.