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What role, if any, did the House’s impeachment have in slowing Trump’S reaction to COVID-19 pandemic? Why?

Joan,The sham impeachment ended I think on or around February 1, 2 or 3.The Timeline suggests, Trump was briefed by US Intel on January 23, that China was ‘lacking candor’, I prefer to call Chinese Government duplicitous, deceitful liars, and that the WHO had parroted their B.S.Instantly Trump called a lockdown, and by circa February 1st, having ramped up his team with more expert, banned flights to & from China, for which Democrat politicians, including Pelosi, Schumer & Biden, called him xenophobic, and their MSM called him xenophobic & racist.You might recall, the MSM was after that claiming you could still visit China, and Pelosi was recommending citizens join in Chinese New Year Celebrations, that was 1 month after lockdown announcement and 3 weeks after flight ban.The MSM did a 180-degree turn, with no apology for the amoral turpitude, and simply carried on 24/7 with their unpatriotic, seditious attacks.Let us not forget, at a time TRump is paring Obama excess i.e. ‘non-essential staff’, that in replacing essential staff, he has been obstructed by Democrats in the process, so much so, it is in posterity for future generations, now on the record as the most offensive & egregious move, to stifle a democratically elected government.In between that was the CDC finding out, though they should have known from a ‘stock check’, that Obama Admin had used all 100m face masks and not replenished them; ironically, there was also a problem with the reagent in the test kits, not their fault, not Trump's fault, the MSM used that to attack Trump.So as COVID had reared its ugly head, Trump was harassed by a sham impeachment, harassed by a biased, seditious and amoral MSM & generally hampered by Democrats, while loved ones began to die.I have admissible evidence for all of this as per previous answers, so I shall not make those in denial among Democrats, cry by putting it up again, but in equity to the question, I have copied below, a timeline in support of the answer.So yes it did and inter alia, the Democrats hampered Trump at every turn, for a septuagenarian he did quite well, I can just imagine had that been Biden….”what, covid?, ok, cream no sugar’COVID TIMELINE.November 17, 2019. Coronavirus: China’s first confirmed Covid-19 case traced back to November http://17. confirmed case of the novel coronavirus might have contracted the disease on 17 November 2019, a 55-year-old man, according to a report quoted by SCMP but was not recognized at that time. No scientific paper has been published about such pre-December cases yet.December 1, 2019 The first known patient started experiencing symptoms on 1 December 2019. He had not been to the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market of Wuhan. No epidemiological link could be found between this case and later cases.December 10, 2019. 57-year-old Wei Guixian, a seafood merchant working at the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market, might be patient zero, according to a 6 March 2020 report by The Wall Street Journal.December 12, 2019. Chinese state broadcaster CCTV reported in a broadcast airing on 9 January 2020 that the "new viral outbreak was first detected in the city of Wuhan, China," on 12/12/2019December 21, 2019. On 20 January 2020, Chinese epidemiologists with the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CCDC) published an article stating that the first cluster of patients with "pneumonia of an unknown cause" occurred beginning on 21 December 2019.December 25, 2019. According to a post at China Youth Daily, Wuhan Fifth Hospital gastroenterology director Lu Xiaohong reported suspected infection by hospital staff on 25 DecemberDecember 18-29, 2019. Bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BAL) that will eventually be used for viral genome sequencing is collected from hospital patients between the 18th and 29th of December. Between 20 and 29 December 2019 members of The Wuhan Institute of Virology alongside others reported and published a report of seven cases of people with severe pneumonia who were admitted to the intensive care unit of Wuhan Jin Yin-Tan Hospital at the beginning of the outbreak Their samples were sent to the laboratory at the Wuhan Institute of Virology for the diagnosis of the causative pathogen. Patient ICU-01 was not proven to be linked in to the Wuhan Seafood Market however, the remaining six were either sellers or deliverymen at the market.December 26-27, 2019. hang Jixian, the director of the Department of Respiratory and Critical Care, Hubei Provincial Hospital of Integrated Chinese & Western Medicine, treated an old couple who came to the hospital by themselves on 26 December 2019. She soon identified the CT scan of the chest showed a completely different pattern from other viral pneumonia. She asked the son of the old couple for an examination and found he had no symptoms, but with the same pattern in the CT scan. Then she realized it is an infectious disease. She reported to Jianghan district CCDC on 27 December 2019 with four cases. During the following two days, the hospital received three similar cases, who all came from Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market. The hospital believed it is an abnormal situation and decided to report to the provincial and city CDC directlyDecember 29, 2019. According to a CCDC publication on 31 January 2020, the facts leading up to the identification of the 2019-nCoV were as follows."On 29 December 2019, a hospital in Wuhan admitted four individuals with pneumonia and recognized that all four had worked in the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market, which sells live poultry, aquatic products, and several kinds of wild animals to the public. The hospital reported this occurrence to the CCDC, which led Wuhan CCDC staff to initiate a field investigation with a retrospective search for pneumonia patients potentially linked to the market. The investigators found additional patients linked to the market,And on 30 December, health authorities from Hubei Province reported this cluster to CCDC.The following day, CCDC sent experts to Wuhan to support the investigation and control effort. Samples from these patients were obtained for laboratory analyses."December 30, 2019. On the afternoon of 30 December 2019, an "urgent notice on the treatment of pneumonia of unknown cause" was issued by the Wuhan Municipal Health Committee on its Weibo social media account.[23][24][25] There had been "a successive series of patients with unexplained pneumonia recently"—27 suspected cases in total, seven of which were in critical condition and 18 were stable, two of which were on the verge of being discharged soon.[23] The Wuhan Municipal Health Committee reported to the WHO that 27 people had been diagnosed with pneumonia of unknown cause.[24 Most were stallholders from the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market, seven of whom were in critical condition. The Wuhan Municipal Health Commission also made a public announcement regarding the situation.[26]On 30 December 2019, genetic sequencing report of the pathogen of a patient indicated inaccurately the discovery of Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS coronavirus) in the test result.[17] After receiving the test result, multiple doctors in Wuhan shared the information via internet, including Li Wenliang, an ophthalmologist at Wuhan Central Hospital, who posted a warning to alumni from his medical school class via a WeChat group that a cluster of seven patients treating within the ophthalmology department had been unsuccessfully treated for symptoms of viral pneumonia and diagnosed with SARS.[27][28][17] Because these patients did not respond to traditional treatments, they were quarantined in an ER department of the Wuhan Central Hospital.[29 In the WeChat post, Li erroneously posted that "X Hospital has many confirmed cases of SARS" and "There had been 7 confirmed cases of SARS".[30 Li posted a snippet of an RNA analysis finding "SARS coronavirus" and extensive bacteria colonies in a patient's airways.[31] Li contracted this coronavirus from a patient he treated, was hospitalized on 12 January 2020 and died on 7 February 2020.[32]News of an outbreak of "pneumonia of unknown origin" started circulating on social media on the evening of 30 December 2019.[33][34][35] The social media reports stated that 27 patients in Wuhan—most of them stall holders at the Huanan Seafood Market—had been treated for the mystery illness.[35]Early investigations into the cause of the pneumonia ruled out seasonal flu, SARS, MERS and bird flu.[36][37]Hong Kong Secretary for Food and Health Sophia Chan Siu-chee announced after an urgent night-time meeting with officials and experts, "[any suspected cases] including the presentation of fever and acute respiratory illness or pneumonia, and travel history to Wuhan within 14 days before onset of symptoms, we will put the patients in isolation."[35]December 31, 2019. Officials in Wuhan, China discover dozens of cases of pneumonia arising from an unknown cause. China contacts the WHO and informs them of "cases of pneumonia of unknown etiology (unknown cause) detected in Wuhan"[An "urgent notice on the treatment of pneumonia of unknown cause" was issued to the Wuhan Municipal Health Center. As a result of the official announcement of the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan immediately tightened their inbound screening processes.January 1, 2020. According to information reported by the South China Morning Post on 13 March 2020, Chinese authorities had, by that date, identified 266 people who had been infected before the beginning of 2020.According to the Chinese state-sponsored Xinhua News, the Huanan Seafood Market was closed on 1 January 2020 for "regulation."[29] However, in the Consortium's report of 24 January 2020, it was stated that the Huanan Seafood Market had been closed on 1 January 2020 for "cleaning and disinfection. However the virus could only stay on surfaces for so long so this was useless.January 2, 2020. On 2 January, 41 admitted hospital patients in Wuhan, China, were confirmed to have contracted (laboratory-confirmed) the 2019-nCoV (Novel coronavirus); 27 (66%) patients had direct exposure to Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market.[9] All 41 patients were subsequently relocated from the hospital they had originally been diagnosed in to the Jinyintan Hospital in Wuhan, ChinaJanuary 3, 2020. On 3 January 2020, Chinese scientists at the National Institute of Viral Disease Control and Prevention (IVDC) determined the genetic sequence of the novel β-genus coronaviruses (naming it '2019-nCoV') from specimens collected from patients in Wuhan, China, and three distinct strains were established.[22]Health authorities in Wuhan reported 44 cases, a big jump from the 27 reported on Tuesday. Eleven of the 44 were seriously ill, the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission said, although there had been no reported deaths to date. The health of the 121 close contacts of the cases was being monitored(NOTE I HAVE ENDED THE CHIA PIECE HERE – SEE WIKIPEDIA for the rest)January 7, 2020. China identify the illness as viral disease cause by a new coronavirus.January 11, 2020 ;The first person to die from the new coronavirus was a 61-year-old man who was a regular customer at a market in Wuhan. The illness is thought to have originated in the marketJan. 11, 2020 “a month and a half before the first Covid-19 case not linked to travel was diagnosed in the United States Chinese scientists posted the genome of the mysterious new virus, and within a week virologists in Berlin had produced the first diagnostic test for the disease”. NYT.Yes the same NYT that was supporting open borders & travel. What you’re missing is, & NYT avoid because it does not suit their anti-Trump narrative, China finally after suppressing details & 12 days after they admit a death, China posted the genome ( a genome is the genetic material of an organism. It consists of DNA (or RNA in RNA viruses) they would have known it was connected to SAR’s, but never let on!What is a genome?January 20, 2020. First, it spread to Japan, South Korea, and Thailand. The following day, the first confirmed case in the United States is reported in Washington State.January 21, 2020 After Trump’s advisors agreed they could not believe China, followed by they concluding the WHO was also wrong, January 21.January 23, 2020. The 11 million people in Wuhan were closed off from the rest of the world as Chinese authorities cancel all trains, buses, planes, subways, and ferries that would allow people to travel. The death toll rises to 17.January 23, 2020, US lockdown (THE SAME DAY, INSTANT), and efforts to avoid panic & Stock Exchange, collapse.January 30, 2020. World Health Organization declares global health emergencyOn January 31, Trump announced a quarantine/ban on flights to & from the US, from China. The liberal Fake MSM called him a xenophobe and racist in a move necessary to save many, many lives & delay the now inevitable onset of COVID 19.Joe Biden makes similar claims!!February 1, 2020: Washington Post. Get a grippe America, the flu is much more a bigger threat than Coronavirus is now.February 1, 2020 Trump had announced he had put together a team, including Pence and Azar, the first week of February, at which point it was discovered CDC had problems with the reagent in the test kits.Noting China now makes 93% of world production, Trump pointed out more efficient test kits still must be certified by Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) etc, all that is in addition to serology tests (the term usually refers to the diagnostic identification of antibodies in the serum), for those tests labs need victims' blood >3 weeks after infection. He also confirmed he was going to reduce bureaucracy, red tape & unnecessary regulations, to speed up vaccines trials too, but not at the cost of rushing out, untested & more dangerous, cures.February 2, 2020. First reported coronavirus death outside of China.As the Chinese total death toll rose to 360, a 44-year-old Phillipino man died. He was the first reported death outside China.February 5, 2020. The Diamond Princess cruise ship is quarantined.Over 3,600 passengers are quarantined aboard a cruise ship outside Yokohama. The Diamond Princess cruise ship outbreak resulted in seven deaths and 705 infections.February 5, 2020. Less than 12 days after evidence of chinese surpression, The C.D.C. had made & got ready test kits, they began shipping coronavirus test kits to laboratories around the country. But the tests suffered from a technical flaw and didn’t produce reliable results, labs discovered. The CDC 2019 novel coronavirus test is intended for use with upper and lower respiratory specimens collected from people who meet CDC criteria for 2019-nCoV testing.The urgency meant test kit has not been FDA cleared or approved, however distribution and use of the test kits follows the U.S. Through ‘no one's fault, these kits were faulty’. But that did not stop the anti-Trump MSM claiming otherwisePro Tem, authorizations of test kits1. FDA February 4.Emergency Use Authorization2. CDC Evaluating and Testing Persons for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) – see February 5, 2020 – CDC, above.Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)February 7, 2020. Doctor who raised concerns about China's handling of the virus diesChinese Doctor Li Wenliang was reprimanded by Chinese authorities after trying to alert citizens to concerns over infections that could multiply into widespread illness.He died after contracting Covid-19. Dr. Li was hailed as a hero, and his death sparked anger amongst many due to the government's silencing of whistle-blowers.February 10, 2020. First death outside of AsiaThe first European death due to coronavirus happened at a hospital in Paris. The victim was a 80-year-old Chinese tourist.February 14, 2020. After identifying the source of the outbreak as a market in Wuhan that sold wildlife for consumption, China drafted legislation to end this practice.February 19, 2020. 443 passengers are allowed off the Diamond Princess i.e.,those who did not have symptoms and tested negative for the virus were allowed to leave.February 19, 2020. Covid-19 spreads to IranHours after announcing 2 cases in Iran, both patients were announced dead. It is not known how the virus arrived in Iran.February 20, 2020. The World Health Organization said that there are nearly 76,000 cases worldwide.February 23, 2020. Italian crackdown. The number of cases surged to 150, prompting some Italian cities to shut down entirely. Schools and other public places are closed.February 24, 2020. Trump administration asks for $1.25 billion from Congress to help fight Covid-19.As the United States began to prepare for Covid-19 to hit the country, the administration asked for emergency funding to prepare for an outbreak. There had not been any deaths within America at the time.February 24, 2020. Outside of China, the country with the most cases and deaths was Iran. Iran reported 61 cases of Covid-19 and 12 deaths.February 25, 2020. VACCINE. COVID-19 Vaccine Shipped, and Drug Trials Start.1. Moderna Therapeutics, a biotech company based in Cambridge, Mass., has shipped the first batches of its COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine was created just 42 days after the genetic sequence of the COVID_19 virus, called SARS-CoV-2, was released by Chinese researchers in mid-January. The first vials were sent to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD, which will ready the vaccine for human testing as early as April. COVID-19 Vaccine Shipped, and Drug Trials Start2. NIH scientists also began testing an antiviral drug called remdesivir that had been developed for Ebola, on a patient infected with SARS-CoV-2. The trial is the first to test a drug for treating COVID-19, and will be led by a team at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. The first patient to volunteer for the ground-breaking study is a passenger who was brought back to the US after testing positive for the disease aboard the Diamond Princess. Others diagnosed with COVID-19 who have been hospitalized will also be part of the study.Remdesivir showed encouraging results among animals infected with two related coronaviruses, one responsible for severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and another for causing Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS). Volunteers will be randomly assigned to receive either the drug or a placebo intravenously for 10 days, and they will have blood tests and nose and throat swabs taken every two days to track the amount of virus in their bodies. Even if the drug shows some efficacy in keeping blood levels of SARS-CoV-2 from growing, it could help to contain spread of the infection.February 26, 2020. Covid-19 spreads to Latin America.Covid-19 reached Italy as a 61-year-old man from São Paulo contracted the disease while on a business trip to Italy.February 27, 2020. The CDC reported the first case of community transmission, meaning there was no known link to any travel. Politico.More anti-Trump B.S. IF THERE WAS NO LINK TO TRAVEL, HOW DID IT GET IN?February 28, 2020. Infections rise in EuropeItaly remained the European center of the Covid-19 outbreak with 800 people infected. By this point, the disease had also reached 14 other countries, including the UK, Switzerland, France, Belarus, Estonia, and Lithuania. Germany had almost 60 cases at this time, while France reported 57.February 28, 2020. Covid-19 spreads to Sub-Saharan AfricaThe first case of Covid-19 is confirmed in Nigeria.February 28, 2020. The first Covid-19 patient to die in the United States was a patient near Seattle.February 29, 2020. United States announces travel restrictionsThe United States banned all travel to Iran. Any foreign citizen who visited Iran in the past 14 days was also barred from entering the country. The United States also issued a "do not travel" warning to Italy and South Korea areas hit heavily by Covid-19.February 29, 2020. By the end of February, the World Health Organization had shipped tests to nearly 60 countries (Politico). So WHO Chief “Tedros Ghebreyesus”, who had spouted the Chinese ‘disinformation for TWO MONTHS’, was now a hero for Politico, because it suits their anti-Trump narrative.History will tell by the pyre of dead, what W.H.O Tedros Ghebreyesus leadership did, and the MSM did, who attacked Trump for his Travel restrictions with racist & xenophobe, and until mid/late February also claimed it was safe to visit ChinaTrumps Administration had decided not to use WHO test kits, no reason given save the MSM claiming that decision caused the exacerbation of the outbreak… open borders for illegals, resisting flight bans & unchecked flight arrivals because it was xenophobic, racists and non PC, did not?, yeah rightIt is possible Trump & his people had their own fix after the early February problem the CDC found new, improved tests were in train, which was then confirmed early March (the same time WHO kits were shipping) that a new test kit, that would also show if you had it and had recovered. MSM did not report that!!February 29, 2020. The number of global confirmed cases of Covid-19 rises to almost 87,000.March 3, 2020. Iranian Parliament shuts down23 of the 290 members of Iran's parliament test positive for the virus. 2 members had died, and a number of senior government officials had contracted the disease.March 5, 2020: CDC Director Robert Redfield told POLITICO (Tuesday, March 5) that he is not confident that U.S. labs have an adequate stock of the supplies used to extract genetic material from any virus in a patient’s sample — a critical step in coronavirus testing.“The availability of those reagents is obviously being looked at,” he said, referring to the chemicals used for preparing samples. “I’m confident of the actual test that we have, but as people begin to operationalize the test, they realize there’s other things they need to do the test.”March 11, 2020. The World Health Organization declared Covid-19 a pandemic. (see URL (I)Two months after believing Chinese leaders that this was a bad flu and more egregious lies that it no transference from human to human and almost 7 weeks after US Intel had briefed Trump, China lacked ‘candor’, the WHO made this announcementMarch 13, 2020. Trump announced a National Emergency, March, Friday 13, President Trump declared the coronavirus pandemic a national emergency, invoking powers under the Stafford Act to allow substantially more federal aid to states and local is fair to say that a few days earlier, Chuck Schumer had urged him also, this was reported in Forbes, who is anti-Trump, by Sergei Klebnikov, reporting Schumer's Twitter quote ““We've been calling for President Trump to do this for days...Americans will support an emergency declaration to extend assistance to Americans who need it,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY.) said on Twitter. “ (FACT 1 day only, not days)Trump also announced that his administration would be partnering with private industry to speed up the rate of coronavirus testing; Vice President Mike Pence called it a “historic public-private partnership.” .

Can anyone highlight one major achievement of each of the 45 US Presidents, tough question sorry :)?

Here you go but warning, not all achievements are good.Timeline Guide to the U.S. Presidents | Scholastic1. George WashingtonBorn: February 22, 1732; Westmoreland County, VirginiaDied: December 14, 1799Party: NoneTerm: 1789–1797Age when inaugurated: 57Famous Facts:The first President unified the new nation and shaped the chief executive's duties. He refused to run for a third term.On their wedding day, Martha Washington gave him a miniature portrait of herself. He wore it on a chain around his neck until his death 40 years later.2. John AdamsBorn: October 30, 1735; Braintree, MassachusettsDied: July 4, 1826Party: FederalistTerm: 1797–1801Age when inaugurated: 61Famous Facts:Adams was the first President to live in the White House.Adams had a tough job filling Washington's shoes. His advocacy of the Alien and Sedition Acts allowed him to silence critics, but made him unpopular. He lost reelection to Thomas Jefferson.3. Thomas JeffersonBorn: April 13, 1743; Albemarle County, VirginiaDied: July 4, 1826Party: Democratic-RepublicanTerm: 1801–1809Age when inaugurated: 57Famous Facts:Considered the most brilliant President, he wrote the Declaration of Independence, founded the University of Virginia, and was an architect, a farmer, and a scientist.Jefferson approved the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, which nearly doubled the size of the U.S.4. James MadisonBorn: March 16, 1751; Port Conway, VirginiaDied: June 28, 1836Party: Democratic-RepublicanTerm: 1809–1817Age when inaugurated: 57Famous Facts:Madison is considered the father of the Bill of Rights.Madison presided over the War of 1812 with Britain, during which the White House was burned. The war ended in a draw.5. James MonroeBorn: April 28, 1758; Westmoreland County, VirginiaDied: July 4, 1831Party: Democratic-RepublicanTerm: 1817–1825Age when inaugurated: 58Famous Facts:Monroe lived out his retirement in poverty.His term is called the "Era of Good Feeling" because there was little partisan fighting. He formulated the Monroe Doctrine, which declared the Americas off-limits to European meddling.6. John Quincy AdamsBorn: July 11, 1767; Braintree, MassachusettsDied: February 23, 1848Party: Democratic-RepublicanTerm: 1825–1829Age when inaugurated: 57Famous Facts:John Adams and John Quincy Adams were the first father and son to have served as Presidents.Accused of winning the White House through corruption, he was plagued by accusations of misdeeds throughout his presidency.After his presidency, Adams served nine terms in the House of Representatives, until his death in 1848.7. Andrew JacksonBorn: March 15, 1767; Waxhaw settlement, South CarolinaDied: June 8, 1845Party: DemocraticTerm: 1829–1837Age when inaugurated: 61Famous Facts:Jackson was the first President to ride on a train.Though he was a rich planter, Jackson was considered the common people's friend. Dubbed "Old Hickory" because he was so tough, Jackson greatly expanded the powers of the Presidency.8. Martin Van BurenBorn: December 5, 1782; Kinderhook, New YorkDied: July 24, 1862. Party: DemocraticParty: DemocratTerm: 1837–1841Age when inaugurated: 54Famous Facts:Van Buren was the first President to be born an American citizen, rather than a British subject.Van Buren's Presidency was marred by an economic depression that led to bank failures and food riots. He was easily defeated for reelection.9. William Henry HarrisonBorn: February 9, 1773; Berkeley, VirginiaDied: April 4, 1841Party: WhigTerm: 1841Age when inaugurated: 68Famous Facts:Harrison delivered a marathon inaugural speech during which he caught a cold. He died a month later.Harrison was the first President to die in office and he served the briefest term.10. John TylerBorn: March 29, 1790; Greenway, VirginiaDied: January 18, 1862Party: WhigTerm: 1841–1845Age when inaugurated: 51Famous Facts:Tyler had 15 children, more than any President.Tyler was expected to be a passive "acting President" while he finished Harrison's term, but he refused to be passive. He made enemies in Congress and was the first President to be threatened with impeachment. The effort failed.11. James K. PolkBorn: November 2, 1795; near Pineville, North CarolinaDied: June 15, 1849Party: DemocraticTerm: 1845–1849Age when inaugurated: 49Famous Facts:Polk is the only President to have served as Speaker of the House.Polk was the first "dark horse" or little-known nominee to become President. He presided over the Mexican War, which added Texas, California, and other territory to the United States.12. Zachary TaylorBorn: November 24, 1784; Orange County, VirginiaDied: July 9, 1850Party: WhigTerm: 1849–1850Age when inaugurated: 64Famous Facts:Taylor won fame as a general in the Mexican War. His soldiers called him "Old Rough and Ready."Taylor threatened to use force to keep the South from leaving the Union. After his death, a compromise allowed slavery to continue in the South.13. Millard FillmoreBorn: January 7, 1800; Locke, New YorkDied: March 8, 1874Party: WhigTerm: 1850–1853Age when inaugurated: 50Famous Facts:Fillmore approved the Compromise of 1850, allowing slavery in the South. But neither the North nor the South was happy with it, and Fillmore was blamed for the law's failure.In 1856, Fillmore ran for President on the anti-immigrant Know-Nothing Party ticket.14. Franklin PierceBorn: November 23, 1804; Hillsboro, New HampshireDied: October 8, 1869Party: DemocraticTerm: 1853–1857Age when inaugurated: 48Famous Facts:Pierce's wife hated Washington, D.C., so much, that she fainted when she found out he had been nominated for President.Pierce supported the Kansas-Nebraska Act, which gutted the Compromise of 1850.15. James BuchananBorn: April 23, 1791; near Mercersburg, PennsylvaniaDied: June 1, 1868Party: DemocraticTerm: 1857–1861Age when inaugurated: 65Famous Facts:Buchanan was the only bachelor to ever serve in the White House.Buchanan tried in vain to find a compromise to keep the South from seceding from the Union, but failed.16. Abraham LincolnBorn: February 12, 1809; near Hodgenville, KentuckyDied: April 15, 1865Party: RepublicanTerm: 1861–1865Age when inaugurated: 52Famous Facts:Lincoln led the Union into the Civil War to preserve the nation and end slavery. He was assassinated just five days after the Confederate armies surrendered.Polls show that Lincoln is the most admired President.17. Andrew JohnsonBorn: December 29, 1808; Raleigh, North CarolinaDied: July 31, 1875Party: National UnionTerm: 1865–1869Age when inaugurated: 56Famous Facts:Succeeding Lincoln, Johnson found himself in bitter battles with Congress over Reconstruction. He was impeached and tried by the Senate, but was acquitted by one vote.Johnson was the only southern senator to stay loyal to the Union.18. Ulysses S. GrantBorn: April 27, 1822; Point Pleasant, OhioDied: July 23, 1885Party: RepublicanTerm: 1869–1877Age when inaugurated: 46Famous Facts:Grant was born Hiram Ulysses Grant, but an error on his application to West Point changed his name to Ulysses Simpson Grant. He liked the initials so much that he kept the name.Grant was the top Union military hero of the Civil War. His two terms were marred by scandals.19. Rutherford B. HayesBorn: October 4, 1822; Delaware, OhioDied: January 17, 1893Party: RepublicanTerm: 1877–1881Age when inaugurated: 54Famous Facts:Hayes is one of five Presidents to lose the popular vote but win the office. He won the election by one electoral vote.Hayes's wife, Lucy, was the first First Lady to graduate from college.20. James A. GarfieldBorn: November 19, 1831; Orange, OhioDied: September 19, 1881Party: RepublicanTerm: 1881Age when inaugurated: 49Famous Facts:Garfield set out to reform the "spoils system" by which politicians gave their friends low-level political offices. He was assassinated by a disappointed office seeker.Garfield was the first left-handed President.21. Chester A. ArthurBorn: October 5, 1829; Fairfield, VermontDied: November 18, 1886Party: RepublicanTerm: 1881–1885Age when inaugurated: 51Famous Facts:Arthur was unknown before being elected, but surprised people by being honest and responsible. He helped create the Civil Service.As a lawyer, Arthur defended a black woman who had been abused on a streetcar. He won the case, which led the streetcar companies to integrate.22. Grover ClevelandBorn: March 18, 1837; Caldwell, New JerseyDied: June 24, 1908Party: DemocraticTerms: 1885–1889; 1893–1897Ages when inaugurated: 47; 55Famous Facts:Cleveland is the only President to be elected to two non-consecutive terms.Cleveland expanded the Civil Service and ended wasteful government programs. But an economic depression wrecked his second term.23. Benjamin HarrisonBorn: August 20, 1833; North Bend, OhioDied: March 13, 1901Party: RepublicanTerm: 1889–1893Age when inaugurated: 55Famous Facts:Harrison was caught between reformers who were fighting the spoils system and those who wanted to continue it, and was defeated after one term.Harrison's grandfather was President William Henry Harrison.24. Grover ClevelandBorn: March 18, 1837; Caldwell, New JerseyDied: June 24, 1908Party: DemocraticTerms: 1885–1889; 1893–1897Ages when inaugurated: 47; 55Famous Facts:Cleveland expanded the Civil Service and ended wasteful government programs. But an economic depression wrecked his second term.Cleveland is the only President to be elected to two non-consecutive terms.25. William McKinleyBorn: January 29, 1843; Niles, OhioDied: September 14, 1901Party: RepublicanTerm: 1897–1901Age when inaugurated: 54Famous Facts:McKinley led the United States during the Spanish-American War. The United States won several important overseas colonies.Only moments after handing a girl his "lucky" red carnation, McKinley was assassinated.26. Theodore RooseveltBorn: October 27, 1858; New York, New YorkDied: January 6, 1919Party: RepublicanTerm: 1901–1909Age when inaugurated: 42Famous Facts:Roosevelt was one of the most activist Presidents. His many accomplishments included the building of the Panama Canal, cracking down on business monopolies, and creating many national parks.Roosevelt was the first President to visit a foreign country while in office.27. William Howard TaftBorn: September 15, 1857; Cincinnati, OhioDied: March 8, 1930Party: RepublicanTerm: 1909–1913Age when inaugurated: 51Famous Facts:Taft continued many of Roosevelt's policies. A conservative, he alienated the progressive wing of his party and lost reelection.Taft is the only President who became a Supreme Court Justice.28. Woodrow WilsonBorn: December 29, 1856; Staunton, VirginiaDied: February 3, 1924Party: DemocraticTerm: 1913–1921Age when inaugurated: 56Famous Facts:After initially opposing World War I (1914–1918), Wilson led the United States into the war and drafted the peace plan that ended it. Wilson then fought to create the League of Nations, the forerunner of the United Nations.Wilson was the first President to hold a news conference.29. Warren G. HardingBorn: November 2, 1865; near Blooming Grove, OhioDied: August 2, 1923Party: RepublicanTerm: 1921–1923Age when inaugurated: 55Famous Facts:Harding died in office, just as massive corruption in the Teapot Dome scandal was about to become public.Harding's election was the first in which women voted.30. Calvin CoolidgeBorn: July 4, 1872; Plymouth Notch, VermontDied: January 5, 1933Party: RepublicanTerm: 1923–1929Age when inaugurated: 51Famous Facts:Coolidge's term was marked by economic prosperity. However, he ignored signs that the stock market was likely to collapse.Coolidge was known as "Silent Cal." Once a reporter said to him, "I bet my editor I could get more than two words out of you." Coolidge replied: "You lose."31. Herbert C. HooverBorn: August 10, 1874; West Branch, IowaDied: October 20, 1964Party: RepublicanTerm: 1929–1933Age when inaugurated: 54Famous Facts:The stock market crashed a few months into Hoover's term. The Great Depression that followed was widely and some say unfairly blamed on Hoover.Hoover organized relief efforts in Europe after both World Wars.32. Franklin D. RooseveltBorn: January 30, 1882; Hyde Park, New YorkDied: April 12, 1945Party: DemocraticTerm: 1933–1945Age when inaugurated: 51Famous Facts:Roosevelt led the nation during the Great Depression of the 1930s and to victory in World War II (1941–1945). He also greatly expanded the size and role of the federal government through his New Deal social programs.Roosevelt is the only President elected four times.33. Harry S. TrumanBorn: May 8, 1884; Lamar, MissouriDied: December 26, 1972Party: DemocraticTerm: 1945–1953Age when inaugurated: 60Famous Facts:Truman made the fateful decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan. World War II ended days later. Truman also led the United States during the Korean War (1950–1953).On his desk, Truman had a plaque that said "The Buck Stops Here."34. Dwight D. EisenhowerBorn: October 14, 1890; Denison, TexasDied: March 28, 1969Party: RepublicanTerm: 1953–1961Age when inaugurated: 62Famous Facts:A former World War II general and hero, Eisenhower helped end the Korean War and steered a moderate course during the Cold War.One of America's most famous soldiers, "Ike" had wanted to go to the Naval Academy instead of West Point. He was turned down for being too old.35. John F. KennedyBorn: May 29, 1917; Brookline, MassachusettsDied: November 22, 1963Party: DemocraticTerm: 1961–1963Age when inaugurated: 43Famous Facts:In 1962, the United States and the Soviet Union hovered on the brink of nuclear war during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Kennedy eventually forced the Soviets to back down. He was assassinated in the third year of his term.Kennedy is the only Roman Catholic to become President.36. Lyndon B. JohnsonBorn: August 27, 1908; near Stonewall, TexasDied: January 22, 1973Party: DemocraticTerm: 1963–1969Age when inaugurated: 55Famous Facts:Johnson passed sweeping antipoverty and civil rights programs. However, he also involved the United States in the unpopular Vietnam War. Antiwar protests caused him to drop a reelection bid.Johnson was sworn into office on an airplane after the Kennedy assassination.37. Richard M. NixonBorn: January 9, 1913; Yorba Linda, CaliforniaDied: April 22, 1994Party: RepublicanTerm: 1969–1974Age when inaugurated: 56Famous Facts:During Nixon's first term, he improved relations with the Soviet Union and China and wound down the Vietnam War.Following Nixon's reelection, news of the Watergate scandal forced Nixon to resign before Congress could impeach him. He is the only U.S. President in history to resign his office.38. Gerald R. FordBorn: July 14, 1913; Omaha, NebraskaDied: December 26, 2006Party: RepublicanTerm: 1974–1977Age when inaugurated: 61Famous Facts:Ford became Vice President after Nixon's Vice President resigned in disgrace, and then President after Nixon resigned. His pardon of Nixon was unpopular, probably costing him reelection.Ford is the only President never elected President or Vice President.39. James (Jimmy) E. CarterBorn: October 1, 1924; Plains, GeorgiaParty: DemocraticTerm: 1977–1981Age when inaugurated: 52Famous Facts:Carter had success promoting Middle East peace. But soaring oil prices, high inflation, and the Iran hostage crisis made him look weak and ineffectual.Since leaving office, Carter has traveled the world doing charity work.40. Ronald W. ReaganBorn: February 6, 1911; Tampico, IllinoisDied: June 5, 2004Party: RepublicanTerm: 1981–1989Age when inaugurated: 69Famous Facts:Reagan is credited with reviving national pride after the turmoil of the 1960s and 1970s. He enjoyed great popularity, though his conservative policies were controversial.Reagan is the only President to survive after being wounded by a would-be assassin.41. George H. W. BushBorn: June 12, 1924; Milton, MassachusettsParty: RepublicanTerm: 1989–1993Age when inaugurated: 64Famous Fact:During Bush's term, the Soviet Union collapsed and the Cold War ended. He also led the United States in the 1991 Gulf War against Iraq. But economic troubles at home cost him his reelection bid.Bush was the first sitting Vice President to be elected President since Martin Van Buren.42. William (Bill) J. ClintonBorn: August 19, 1946; Hope, ArkansasParty: DemocraticTerm: 1993–2001Age when inaugurated: 46Famous Facts:When he was 16, Clinton met President Kennedy at the White House. The experience inspired his interest in politics.Clinton achieved goals such as passage of the NAFTA trade agreement and cuts in the budget deficit. But his popularity was uneven and his second term was marred by scandal, including impeachment.43. George W. BushBorn: July 6, 1946; New Haven, ConnecticutParty: RepublicanTerm: 2001–2009Age when inaugurated: 54Famous Facts:Just eight months after being sworn in, President Bush had to unite a mournful country after the September 11th terrorist attacks. A self-proclaimed wartime commander-in-chief, President Bush, like his father, led the United States into war against Iraq.Before focusing on national politics, George Bush was the managing partner and part owner of the Texas Rangers baseball team from 1989–1998.44. Barack ObamaBorn: August 4, 1961; Honolulu, HawaiiParty: DemocratTerm: 2009–2017Age when inaugurated: 47Famous Facts:Barack Obama gained national recognition after he delivered the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention in 2004. He served as the U.S. Senator for Illinois from 2005 to 2008.Barack Obama is the first African American president of the United States.45. Donald TrumpBorn: June 14, 1946; New York City, NYParty: RepublicanTerm: 2017-presentAge when inaugurated: 70Famous Facts:Donald Trump was a businessman who began his career in real estate. He later became a reality television personality.He is the first president who hasn’t previously held public office or served in the military.

What are the best books written about or by billionaires?

There are many books written about billionaires but you can rarely find a book written by a billionaire. This is the complete list of 236 books written only by billionaires (fiction, casual, novel, poetry, cooking recipe books excluded)1,000 Dollars and an Idea: Entrepreneur to Billionaire by Sam Wyly (Net worth: 1.1 billion as per Forbes 2006)Texas Got it Right! by Sam Wyly (Net worth: 1.1 billion as per Forbes 2006)Immigrant Spirit by Sam Wyly (Net worth: 1.1 billion as per Forbes 2006)Beyond Tallulah: How Sam Wyly Became America's Boldest Big-Time Entrepreneur by Sam Wyly (Net worth: 1.1 billion as per Forbes 2006)Dallas Got it Right! by Sam Wyly (Net worth: 1.1 billion as per Forbes 2006)The Most Important Thing: Uncommon Sense for the Thoughtful Investor by Howard S. MarksMade in America by Sam Walton (founder of Walmart)Business @ the Speed of Thought by Bill Gates (founder of Microsoft)The Road Ahead by Bill GatesAm I Being Too Subtle?: Straight Talk From a Business Rebel by Sam ZellRandom Reminiscences of Men and Events by John D. RockefellerJohn D. Rockefeller: The Autobiography of an Oil Titan and Philanthropist by John D. RockefellerQuotations by John D. RockefellerAttack and Win in Business by John D. RockefellerThe Colorado Industrial Plan by John D. RockefellerJohn D. Rockefeller on Making Money: Advice and Words of Wisdom on Building and Sharing Wealth by John D. RockefellerDear Father, Dear Son: Correspondence of John D. Rockefeller and Jr. by John D. RockefellerZero To One by Peter Thiel (tech investor)Lean In For Grads by Sheryl Sandberg (female billionaire, one of the first employees at Google and Facebook)Lean In: Work, Women and The Will to Lead by Sheryl SandbergLean In for Grads by Sheryl SandbergOption B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy by Sheryl SandbergThe Art of Being Unreasonable: Lessons in Unconventional Thinking by Eli Broad (net worth of $7.3 Billion)Jimmy: An Autobiography by Jim Pattison (net worth of $6.9 Billion)Birth: When the Spiritual and the Material Come Together by Shari Arison (female billionaire)Activate Your Goodness: Transforming the World Through Doing Good by Shari ArisonThe Doing Good Model: Activate Your Goodness in Business by Shari ArisonThe Link: How Doing Good Connects Us to Ourselves, Each Other…and Everything! by Shari ArisonFrom Red Tape To Red Carpet And Then Some by Gina RinehartShoe Dog: A Memoir by Phil Knight (founder of Nike)The Wanda Way: The Managerial Philosophy and Values of One of China’s Largest Companies by Jianlin Wang (net worth of $25 Billion)Start Small Finish Big: Fifteen Key Lessons to Start – and Run – Your Own Successful Business by Fred Deluca (founder of Subway, $3 Billion)Always Fresh by Ronald Joyce (founder of Tim Horton, a doughnut chain, net worth of $1.39 Billion according to Forbes)Simply Rich by Rich Devos (founder of Amway)Ten Powerful Phrases for Positive People by Rich DeVosBelieve! by Rich DeVosCompassionate Capitalism by Rich DeVos (this may be confusing since another billionaire wrote a book of the same name)Hope From My Heart by Rich DeVosThe Virgin Way: Everything I Know About Leadership by Richard BransonScrew It Let’s Do It: Lessons In Life, Like A Virgin by Richard BransonLosing My Virginity by Richard BransonVirgin Rebel: Richard Branson In His Own Words by Richard BransonLet's not screw it, let's just do it: new lessons for the future by Richard BransonScrew Business As Usual by Richard BransonBusiness Stripped Bare by Richard Branson | Book SummaryReach for the Skies by Richard BransonLike a Virgin: Secrets They Won’t Teach You at Business School by Richard BransonFinding My Virginity by Richard BransonHow to Make a Spaceship: A Band of Renegades, an Epic Race, and the Birth of Private Spaceflight by Richard BransonMoonshots: Creating a World of Abundance by Naveen Jain (Founder of InfoSpace, net worth: $8 Billion in 1998)What I Know For Sure by Oprah WinfreyThe Path Made Clear: Discovering Your Life's Direction and Purpose by Oprah WinfreyThe Wisdom of Sundays: Life-Changing Insights from Super Soul Conversations by Oprah WinfreyThe Best of Oprah's What I Know For Sure by Oprah WinfreyThe Uncommon Wisdom of Oprah Winfrey: A Portrait in Her Own Words by Oprah WinfreyJourney to Beloved by Oprah WinfreyThe Wisdom Journal: The Companion to The Wisdom of Sundays by Oprah WinfreyPractical Wisdom by Kochouseph Chittilappilly (Net worth: $1.2 billion as per Forbes 2018)Practical Wisdom 1: In Real Life and Management by Kochouseph ChittilappillyPractical Wisdom 2: In Real Life and Management by Kochouseph ChittilappillyThe Gift : How I gave away a kidney and got richer at heart by Kochouseph ChittilappillyNothing to Lose: Moments of belief that changed my life by Edir MacedoLeading By Design: The Ikea Story by Ingvar Kamprad (Net Worth of $33 Billion according to Forbes)The Gospel of Wealth by Andrew CarnegieAutobiography of Andrew Carnegie by Andrew CarnegieBusiness by Andrew CarnegieMy Life and Work by Henry Ford (founder of Ford Motors)Today and Tomorrow by Henry FordThe International Jew by Henry FordEdison As I Know Him by Henry FordThe Mary Kay Way: Timeless Principles from America's Greatest Woman Entrepreneur by Mary KaySurely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman! by Richard FeynmanPrinciples: Life and Work by Ray Dalio (net worth of $18.7 Billion according to Forbes 04/20)A Template for Understanding Big Debt Crises by Ray DalioPrinciples for Navigating Big Debt Crises by Ray DalioHow the Economic Machine Works by Ray DalioEat More Chikin by S. Truett Cathy (the founder of Chick-Fil-A, Net Worth of $6.2 Billion at the time of death according to Forbes.)Wealth: Is It Worth It? by S. Truett CathyHow did you do it, Truett? by S. Truett CathyIt’s Better to Build Boys than Mend Men by S. Truett CathyIt’s Easier to Succeed Than to Fail by S. Truett CathyThe Generosity Factor: Discover the Joy of Giving Your Time, Talent, and Treasure by Ken Blanchard (author of One Minute Manager) and S. Truett Cathy (this is a mini-parable explaining the benefits of generosity.)Netscape Time: The Making of the Billion-Dollar Start-Up That Took On Microsoft by Jim Clark (a.k.a. James H. Clark – net worth $1.3 billion, founder of three billion dollar tech companies)Built from Scratch by Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank (Home Depot)Good Company by Arthur Blank (Home Depot)How to Lead: Wisdom from the World’s Greatest CEOs, Founders, and Game Changers by David M. RubensteinThe American Story: Conversations with Master Historians by David M. RubensteinWinners Never Cheat by Jon HuntsmanBarefoot to Billionaire: Reflections on a Life’s Work and a Promise to Cure Cancer by Jon Huntsman Sr. (Net Worth of $1 Billion according to Forbes, after giving away $1.2 billion)Ralph Lauren by Ralph LaurenDriven from Within by Michael JordanFor the Love of the Game: My Story by Michael JordanI Can’t Accept Not Trying: Michael Jordan on the Pursuit of Excellence by Michael JordanI’m Back!: More Rare Air by Michael JordanWhat It Takes: Lessons In The Pursuit Of Excellence by Stephen A. Schwarzman (net worth of $17.2 Billion according for Forbes, Oct, 2019)The Entrepreneur: 25 Golden Rules for the Global Business Manager by William Heinecke (net worth of $1.7 Billion according for Forbes)The Entrepreneur: Twenty-One Golden Rules for the Global Business Manager by William Heinecke (it seems to be an older version of the same book)How To Win At The Sport of Business by Mark CubanOnward by Howard Schultz (Starbucks)From the Ground Up: A Journey to Reimagine the Promise of America by Howard SchultzPour Your Heart Into It: How Starbucks Built A Company One Cup At a Time by Howard SchultzFor Love of Country by Howard SchultzFrom the Ground Up: My Journey to Reimagine the Role of a Global Business by Howard SchultzSteering Clear by Peter George Peterson (COE of Lehman Brothers, 1.6 Billion net worth)Bloomberg by Michael Bloomberg (Made his money from Bloomberg terminals)The Business of Happiness by Ted LeonsisBailout Riches!: How Everyday Investors Can Make a Fortune Buying Bad Loans for Pennies on the Dollar by Bill BartmannPizza Tiger by Thomas Monaghan (founder of Domino’s)How To Be Rich by J. Paul Getty (Fortune named him the richest living American in 1957.)How to be a Successful Executive by J. Paul GettyAs I See It: The Autobiography of J. Paul GettyMy Life and Fortunes, the Autobiography of One of the World’s Wealthiest Men by J. Paul Getty (apparently he wrote two autobiographies?)The Joys of Collecting by J. Paul Getty (this is more about his priceless art collecting hobby)Ernest and Julio: Our StoryCharles Schwab’s Guide To Financial Independence by Charles R. Schwab (net worth of $5.3 Billion)Charles Schwab's new guide to financial independence: practical solutions for busy peopleYou’re Fifty, Now What? by Charles SchwabHow to be Your Own Stockbroker by Charles SchwabReinventing the Market by Charles SchwabMargin of Safety by Seth Klarman (investor)Dream No Little Dreams by Clayton L. MathileThe Essays of Warren Buffett by Lawrence Cunningham (a curation of Warren’s shareholder letters)Poor Charlie’s Almanack by Charlie Munger (Warren Buffett’s partner)Call Me Ted by Ted Turner (media business)It Happened in India: The Story of Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, Central and The Great Indian Consumer by Kishore Biyani (net worth of $1.78 billion as per Forbes 2019)The First Billion Is The Hardest by T. Boone PickensBoone by T. Boone PickensFooling Some of the People All of the Time by David Einhorn (investor)Soros on Soros by George Soros (probably the densest and most difficult of them all. This guy was born with a genius mind for macro-economists far beyond my comprehension.)In Defense of Open Society by George SorosThe Tragedy of the European Union by George SorosFinancial Turmoil in Europe and the United States: Essays by George SorosThe Soros Lectures at the Central European University by George SorosThe Crash of 2008 and What it Means by George SorosThe New Paradigm for Financial Markets: The Credit Crisis of 2008 and What it Means by George SorosThe Age of Fallibility by George SorosGeorge Soros on Globalization by George SorosThe Bubble of American Supremacy by George SorosOpen Society by George SorosThe Crisis of Global Capitalism: Open Society Endangered by George SorosUnderwriting Democracy by George SorosOpening the Soviet System by George SorosThe Alchemy of Finance by George SorosDirect from Dell by Michael DellThe Startup of You by Reid HoffmanThe Alliance : Managing talent in the networked age by Reid HoffmanBlitzscaling: The Lightning-Fast Path to Building Massively Valuable Companies by Reid HoffmanThe Meaning Revolution by Reid HoffmanThe Science of Success by Charles G. Koch (net worth of $50.5 billion as per Forbes 2019)Good Profit: How Creating Value for Others Built One of the World’s Most Successful Companies by Charles G. KochBetter India: A Better World by Narayana MurthyCompassionate Capitalism: How Corporations Can Make Doing Good an Integral Part of Doing Well (2004) by Marc Benioff (net worth $3.9 Billion+)The Business of Changing the World: Twenty Great Leaders on Strategic Corporate Philanthropy (2006) by Marc BenioffBehind the Cloud: The Untold Story of How The Customer Success Platform To Grow Your Business Went from Idea to Billion-Dollar Company-and Revolutionized an Industry by Marc BenioffTrailblazer: The Power of Business as the Greatest Platform for Change by Marc BenioffHabit of Labor: Lessons from a Life of Struggle and Success by Stef WertheimerMan at a Machine by Stef WertheimerRed Zone: Cars, Cows, and Coaches by Red McCombsBig Red: Memoirs of a Texas Entrepreneur and Philanthropist by Red McCombsThe Education of an American Dreamer: How a Son of Greek Immigrants Learned His Way from a Nebraska Diner to Washington, Wall Street, and Beyond by Peter G. PetersonFinding America’s Voice: A Strategy for Reinvigorating U.S. Public Diplomacy (2010) by Peter G. PetersonRunning on Empty: How the Democratic and Republican Parties Are Bankrupting Our Future and What Americans Can Do About It (2005) by Peter G. PetersonGray Dawn: How the Coming Age Wave Will Transform America–and the World (2000) by Peter G. PetersonWill America Grow up Before it Grows Old: How the Coming Social Security Crisis Threatens You, Your Family and Your Country (1996) by Peter G. PetersonFacing Up: How to Rescue the Economy From Crushing Debt & Restore the American Dream (1993) by Peter G. PetersonSharing the Wealth by Alex SpanosI Love Capitalism!: An American Story by Ken Langone ($3.4 Billion according to Forbes)Beat the Crowd: How You Can Out-Invest the Herd by Thinking Differently by Ken FisherHow to Smell a Rat: The Five Signs of Financial Fraud by Ken FisherThe Only Three Questions That Count: Investing by Knowing What Others Don’t by Ken Fisher (I highly disagree with many points in this book; I prefer Warren Buffett’s style and Ken’s father’s book Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits)The Little Book of Market Myths: How to Profit by Avoiding the Investing Mistakes Everyone Else Makes by Ken FisherPlan Your Prosperity: The Only Retirement Guide You’ll Ever Need, Starting Now–Whether You’re 22, 52 or 82 by Ken FisherDebunkery: Learn It, Do It, and Profit from It — Seeing Through Wall Street’s Money-Killing Myths by Ken FisherMarkets Never Forget (But People Do): How Your Memory Is Costing You Money—and Why This Time Isn’t Different by Ken FisherThe Ten Roads to Riches: The Ways the Wealthy Got There (And How You Can Too!) by Ken FisherBeat the Crowd: How You Can Out-Invest the Herd by Thinking Differently by Ken FisherBattle for Investment Survival by Ken Fisher100 Minds That Made the Market by Ken FisherHow Google Works and The New Digital Age by Eric Schmidt, Chairman of Alphabet (formerly Google), 138th richest man in the world. (What I find interesting about him is that he doesn’t consider himself an entrepreneur. He considers himself a manager that helped Larry and Sergie create their dream of Google. You don’t have to be a CEO or founder guys!)Get Smarter: Life and Business Lessons by Seymour Schulich (Net worth of $1.5 billion according to Wikipedia)Grinding it Out by Ray Kroc (founder of McDonald’s)PAPA: The Story of Papa John’s Pizza by John H. Schnatter (Net worth of $1 billion according to Forbes)The Art Of the Deal by Donald J. TrumpMidas Touch: Why Some Entrepreneurs Get Rich-And Why Most Don’t by Donald Trump & Robert KiyosakiThink Like A Champion by Donald TrumpCrippled America: How to Make America Great Again Donald TrumpThe America We Deserve by Donald TrumpTrump: The Way to the Top: The Best Business Advice I Ever Received by Donald TrumpTrump 101: The Way to Success by Donald Trump (2006)Trump University Wealth Building 101: Your First 90 Days on the Path to Prosperity by Donald Trump (2007)Trump Never Give Up: How I Turned My Biggest Challenges Into Success by Donald Trump (2007)Think BIG and Kick Ass in Business and Life by Donald Trump (2007)Why We Want You to Be Rich: Two Men, One Message by Donald Trump & Robert KiyosakiCustomers Come First: From One Small Shop to a Worldwide Network of Stores by Masatoshi ItoThe Heart Of Doing Business: Memoirs Of An Entrepreneur by Masatoshi ItoAm I Being Too Subtle?: The Adventures of a Business Maverick by Sam Zell (Net worth of $5 Billion according to Forbes)Lui Che-woo: Creating Value: The Journey of a Self-Made Billionaire: The Authorized Biography by Lui Che woo by Lui Che-woo (Net worth of $15 Billion according to Forbes)Against All Odds: An Autobiography by James Dyson (Net worth of $4.3 Billion according to Forbes)A History of Great Inventions by James DysonDesign by James DysonWhatever the Odds The Incredible Story Behind DLF by Kushal Pal Singh (also known as K.P. Singh, Net worth of $5.3 Billion according to Forbes)Lim Goh Tong: My Life Story (Net worth of 4.2 billions dollar according to Forbes when he died, richest Malaysian at the time)Let My People Go Surfing: The Education of a Reluctant Businessman by Yvon Chouinard (Net worth of $1 Billion according to Forbes, founder of Patagonia, more of his books are in the Honorable Mention section)The Responsible Company: What We’ve Learned From Patagonia’s First 40 Years by Yvon ChouinardBillions to Bust and Back: How I Made, Lost and Rebuilt a Fortune by Thor BjorgolfssonThe Power of Many: Values for Success in Business and in Life by Meg WhitmanRun Your Business, Don’t Let It Run You: Learning and Living Professional Management by Clay MathileIn for a Penny: A Business Adventure by Peter Hargreaves (founder of Subway, Net worth of $2.9 Billion)Powerhouse Principles: The Ultimate Blueprint for Real Estate Success in an Ever-Changing Market by Jorge Perez ($2.8 Billion)Threshold Resistance: The Extraordinary Career of a Luxury Retailing Pioneer by Alfred Taubman ($3.1 Billion)A Passion to Win by Sumner Redstone (chairman of Viacom, Net worth of $5.4 Billion according to Forbes) – Read My Book SummaryMaking It Big by Binod Chaudhary (from Nepal, net worth of $1.32 Billion according to Forbes) binod chaudry billionaire bookMochtar Riady: My Life Story (from Indonesia, the founder of Lippo Group; net worth of $1.83 Billion according to Forbes) mochtar riady billionaire bookEverything is Possible: Life and Business Lessons from a Self-Made Billionaire and the Founder of Slim-Fast by S. Daniel Abraham (net worth of $2.1 Billion according to Forbes)Peace is Possible: Conversations with Arab and Israeli Leaders from 1988 to the Present by S. Daniel AbrahamThe Z Factor: My Journey as the Wrong Man at the Right Time by Subhash Chandra (net worth of $4.4 Billion according to Forbes)A Passion to Build: a Memoir of David M. Consunji (net worth of $3.5 Billion)Dave Says Well Done!: The Common Guy’s Guide to Everyday Success by Rex David “Dave” Thomas (founder of Wendy’s)My Life & the Principles for Success by H. Ross Perot (net worth of $4.1 Billion)Ross Perot: My Life by H. Ross PerotA Business Handbook: Advice I Gave My Son by H. Ross PerotUnited We Stand: How We Can Take Back Our Country by H. Ross PerotNot for Sale At Any Price: How We Can Save America for Our Children by H. Ross PerotSave Your Job, Save Our Country by H. Ross PerotThe Dollar Crisis by H. Ross PerotIntensive Care by H. Ross PerotRoss Perot Speaks Out: Straight Talking Answers to Today’s Tough Questions by H. Ross PerotRepped: 30 Days to a Better Online Reputation by Andrew Beal (net worth of $9.3 billion as of Forbes 2019)Radically Transparent: Monitoring and Managing Reputations Online by Andrew BealSimple Fly Fishing: Techniques for Tenkara and Rod and Reel by Yvon Chouinard180° South: Conquerors of the Useless by Yvon ChouinardClimbing Ice by Yvon ChouinardOut Where the West Begins: Profiles, Visions, and Strategies of Early Western Business Leaders by Philip AnschutzOut Where the West Begins, Volume 2: Creating and Civilizing the American West by Philip AnschutzOil of Russia: Past, Present & Future by Vagit Alekperov (net worth $19.8 Billion as of Forbes 2020)Vertically Integrated Oil Companies of Russia: Formation Methodology and Realization by Vagit AlekperovHope this helps, Upvote if you like it :)

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