Why Not Me? (Large Print) : Here is the searing chronicle of the dramatic rise and dizzying fall of Al Franken, who would become the first Jewish president of the United States. Follow the Franken campaign from its infancy as the candidate pledges "to walk the state of New Hampshire, diagonally and then from side to side," as he candidly admits "causing pain in his marriage," then boldly refuses to dignify any media questions regarding past, present, or future sexual behavior. Cheer as Franken stuns the pundits by defeating Al Gore for the Democratic Nomination, then is swept into office with a landslide victory over Newt Gingrich. Then go inside the Franken White House where, gripped by crisis from day one, the president develops a severe case of chronic fatigue syndrome and bipolar disorder, is forced to cooperate with the Joint Congressional Committee on the President's Mood Swings, and faces his ultimate crisis.
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