The list of books published by those within former President Donald Trump’s orbit is growing, and this week saw the release of a new entry – Cassidy Hutchinson’s book, “Back In The Game: Don’t Count Me Out When I’m Down.” The book is Hutchinson’s memoir of how she survived a harrowing accident and how the former president offered her an internship that “changed her life.”
Hutchinson’s book joins a growing list of titles by Trump-connected authors, and it stands out in a few ways. While it details her personal experience of working in the White House, it also touches on several critical issues plaguing government today — such as the opioid crisis and veterans’ benefits. Hutchinson also reveals an insight into the human side of President Trump, illustrating how compassionate and generous he can be.
The book highlights Hutchinson’s incredible journey of resilience after being thrown from a car during a race and sustaining serious injuries. The young woman faced the challenge of relearning how to walk again, heavily relying on her faith in the process.
The book also provides an inside view of the White House and the day-to-day operations of the Trump Administration. Hutchinson worked in the Office of Public Liaison, which served as a gateway to federal government resources for individuals and communities.
In a world filled with headlines and criticism, Hutchinson’s book reins in a few oft-divisive conversations to provide an understanding of how the Trump Administration tried to address some of the country’s most significant issues. The book also raises important questions about navigating difficult personal circumstances, family dynamics and how to use professional opportunities to better one’s life.
Given its compelling story, it’s no wonder that Hutchinson’s book is the latest addition to the growing body of work from Trump-insiders. Many of these authors have used their books as a platform to express their story and viewpoint in the current political climate.
Hutchinson’s book — which is sure to be a hit with Trump supporters — is a reminder of the importance of understanding different perspectives and creating lasting bonds with individuals. While the media and public may debate and disagree, Hutchinson’s book is a reminder that the personal relationships we establish can be the foundations of progress.