New Novel Imagines What One President Will Do to Remain in Power

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Author Abner Clerveaux pens historical fiction story based on the impeachment of Bill Clinton

While holding public office, don’t expect to be hiding any personal dirt. Eventually, personal scandals will smear a political career. Author Abner Clerveaux shows how one fictional president lets his private transgressions affect an entire country in “An Apprentice Dictator in the White House.”

“An Apprentice Dictator in the White House” follows a charismatic southern governor, John Redlight, who becomes the president of the United States. He is able to charm the country and the world, while also hiding his dirty laundry. His manipulative and womanizing schemes can’t be kept secret for long and his indiscretions are eventually leaked.

In an attempt to throttle his imminent impeachment, Redlight flexes his presidential powers by suspending the Constitution, dissolving Congress and declaring martial law. Will this young and charismatic individual be able to retain his seat in the White House, or will his misdeeds lead to America’s first dictator?

“Under the current political climate, there is an intense interest to look behind the curtain and into the personal lives of political figures,” Clerveaux said. “Another time that interest was heightened was during the presidency of Bill Clinton. An Apprentice Dictator in the White House is an attempt to show how the personal life of a leader can affect political motivations.”

“An Apprentice Dictator in the White House”
By Abner Clerveaux
ISBN: 9781524531478 (hardcover), 9781524531461 (softcover), 9781524531454 (e-book)
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Xlibris

About the author
Political observer and radio commentator for the last three decades, Abner Clerveaux provides a glimpse at dictatorship in “An Apprentice Dictator in the White House.” His vast knowledge of Third World politics helps him combine two opposite political methods into one. This is a book full of suspense.

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