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Among the Trump era’s savviest insiders, one name stands especially tall: Kellyanne.

As a highly respected pollster for corporate and Republican clients and a frequent television talk show guest, Kellyanne Conway had already established herself as one of the brightest lights on the national political scene when Donald Trump asked her to run his presidential campaign. She agreed, delivering him to the White House, becoming the first woman in American history to manage a winning presidential campaign, and changing the American landscape forever. Who she is, how she did it, and who tried to stop her is a fascinating story of personal triumph and political intrigue that has never been told…until now.

In Here’s The Deal, Kellyanne takes you on a journey all the way to the White House and beyond with her trademark sharp wit, raw honesty, and level eye. It’s all here: what it’s like to be dissected on national television. How to outsmart the media mob. How to outclass the crazy critics. How to survive and succeed in male-dominated industries. What happens when the perils of social media really hit home. And what happens when the divisions across the country start playing out in one’s own family.

In this open and vulnerable account, Kellyanne turns the camera on herself. What she has to share—about our politics, about the media, about her time in the White House, and about her personal journey—is an astonishing glimpse of visibility and vulnerability, of professional and personal highs and lows, and ultimately, of triumph.

©2022 Kellyanne Conway. All rights reserved. (P)2022 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Strong -Smart -Woman and Mom!

You may hate her politics and may hate Trump but her story is one of a strong, hard working, very intelligent woman who achieved a level of success that no woman has achieved. I enjoyed every moment and absolutely loved the parts detailing the time at the White House during celebrations, Holidays and social events…what a unique glimpse of that world.

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Puts you in the Trump White House

This is by far the most insightful thing I have read about the Trump White House and I believe it. I felt like I was there. I think Kellyanne's scars are clear and there's a lot of vicious takedowns here, maybe not undeserved, but I definitely feel for this person--you can hear the pain. She was in the trenches and she fought. a. war. I think she was Trump's best general and was ultimately marginalized by her own family. Yes, it sounds like Jared played a role, but I wonder to what extent Trump was not unaware of the friction between his son-in-law and Kellyanne, and if Jared was knowingly the avatar of an unwitting Trump that truly didn't want to marginalize his best general, but felt he had no choice because of the daily drama brought on by Kellyanne's problems at home. Had he intervened personally, he would have risked an essential relationship. Is it possible that Trump wanted some distance from Kellyanne's personal problems, but didn't want to fully compromise the obvious colossal value of her political skill to his campaign? Was Jared the fall guy in this respect? Not to say Jared is not also an egomaniac and inexperienced as Kellyanne says, but just that there's maybe a little more to the story. Regardless, I think Trump was underserved by Jared, all the other whackjobs and grifters, and Trump's ego that led him to them. I think it's clear by the end of the book that Kellyanne was Trump's biggest asset and George Conway may have been Trump's single biggest problem not for any of George's own intrinsic worth or skill, but because he managed to deprive Trump of Kellyanne. I don't think anyone needs more Trump right now, but if he wants any chance of a second crack at the White House, it's not happening without her.

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Beautify written and narrated memoir

HERE'S THE DEAL, A Memoir, by Kellyanne Conway is more that a perspective on the Trump presidency from an insider who had ready daily access to Trump for 44 of the 48 months but the book is likely the most credible overall view on the Trump presidency that will ever be written. Conway certainly has a strong personal bias in favor of Trump the man and Trump the leader, and she has an even stronger bias toward truth and ethical behavior. The book is the story of a remarkable person's life written beautifully and narrated superbly by her. It's 20 hours long and I wanted it to continue for 20 more.

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The worst autobiography I’ve ever read

Painful to listen to. After eight chapters of listening to someone use two syllable words to paint herself as a materialistic and shallow victim of political circumstance, I had to stop. Truly boring and lacking of anything resembling substance to engage any reader demographic. Disappointed and befuddled at the publisher’s willingness to print on their label.

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I vote Democrat and I like Kellyanne however,

most of the book is her whining about unfair treatment from the media and trashing her husband, which is very tacky considering they are still married. She repeatedly mentions how Hillary cant get over her 2016 loss, but neither can Trump. Calls Hunter Biden a dirtbag and is conveniently never around/or unaware when the more scandalous events of the trump presidency took place. Corny and disappointing.

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AMAZING

Loved listening to this remarkable woman. It’s phenomenal to hear her vocal tones. Pleasant experience. ❤️

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So very hypocritical.

I think it is an aspirational book that shows women can balance work and life, and it also shows that it isn’t easy.
There are so many things that are hypocritical though. I was especially surprised that she didn’t write about Clinton’s strength in showing up for Trumps inauguration, instead, talking about how Clinton gave her a bad look when passing her in the hallway. She forgot to mention that Trump, the outgoing President in 2020 didn’t even show up for Biden’s inauguration. She also wrote that when Trump was president, no one knew who was in charge, yet she spends half the book talking about the people in the White House who made decisions behind his back or were helplessly bad at their jobs and remained in those jobs. She also spends a lot of time decrying people and social media use (mainly dragging her husband), but never acknowledges how much Trump posted on Twitter while in office. If social media presence is such a big issue for her, she should realize how much time was wasted by Trump on Twitter, and how it negatively affected his last race.

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The amount of negativity (even towards her husband) made this a difficult book to enjoy.

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EXCELLENT!

Here’s the Deal! very well written and expertly read! fascinating look behind the curtain! real facts, long live Kellyann, she is an excellent speaker regardless of the subject, succinct, clear and concise!
barbara capozzi

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Here's the Deal

Only Kelly Anne could narrate this. it was her story. Brilliant, bold and beautiful. She is savvy, intuitive, gracious, respectful and generous.

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Far better than I expected.

Kellyanne is incredibly honest and pulls no punches. She speaks honestly about her life before, during and after Trump.

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