Aside from this being so enjoyable to read, there are two killer explanatory points that take it from good to great: the first is about the media's role in Trump's ascendancy and the second is about the effect of corporatism - the insurance 'fiefdom' and the big pharma stranglehold - on politics and how he's able to use it to great (and almost truthful) effect.
'Woody Johnson, one of the heirs of drug giant Johnson & Johnson (and the laughably incompetent owner of the New York Jets), is the finance chief for the campaign of whipping boy Jeb Bush.
"Now, let's say Jeb won. Which is an impossibility, but let's say ... "
The crowd explodes in laughter.
"Let's say Jeb won," Trump goes on. "How is it possible for Jeb to say, ‘Woody, we're going to go out and fight competitively' ?"
This is, what – not true? Of course it's true.'