“Obama is a hollow man,” says David Garrow, the author of a new must read book about Barack Obama. ‘Rising Star’ is a 1,000 page read, but it dives into the background of the former president like no other book or film has to date. So the question becomes, “Why did it take this long?”
Appearing on Fox News Monday night, Garrow told host Tucker Carlson that it amazes him that someone could be elected president twice and yet huge pieces of his earlier life remained undiscovered. Garrow said, “It’s remarkable that journalists didn’t do this basic leg work in 2007 and 2008.”
Carlson points out that in the book Garrow confirms that Obama reached out to people from his past when he was running for office and put pressure on them not to give statements or interviews because it would have hurt him.
“The Barack Obama that we saw in the White House, and the man we see today, is a fundamentally different person than who he was before becoming president,” said Garrow, who’s book has been ripped apart by the NY Times. The left leaning newspaper doesn’t like the fact that Garrow rips into Obama throughout the book. Garrow believes Obama’s presidency was a huge let down. It’s important to note that Garrow is a progressive liberal.
Here is the interview between Garrow and Carlson. It’s a great interview:
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