“Madam President” – the name of the book and Charlotte Kramer is one of the main characters. She is a fictional 45th President of The United States.
Ex “The View” co-host and former White House Communication Director, Nicolle Wallace, is about to publish her new novel which tells us about a female President and her cabinet.
“Madam President” – the name of the book and Charlotte Kramer is one of the main characters. She is a fictional 45th President of The United States. Throughout the novel she is going to explore her husband’s affair and she is also going to predict some political conspiracies against her. But still, she is capable of holding the highest office in the country.
In her interview Wallace told Confidenti@l that she had borrowed a lot of things from Hillary Clinton for her heroine. She also added that her main character has a wantonness husband. The author was the student of Hillary who had been humiliated for years. During the 1998 Monika Lewinsky scandal when Hillary gave the interview on “Today’s” show Wallace worked for Jeb Bush. She found the interview completely breathtaking.
Alike in her previous books, Wallace fulfilled her White House with women who act like their male colleagues. The writer confessed that she regrets that this parallel world is made up and this makes her very sad.
There are a lot of books telling us about why we haven’t chosen any female candidate. But none of them gives a satisfactory explanation for Nicole Wallace. She finds it very shocking that Americans still haven’t given a woman a chance to rule in the White House apparatus.
Wallace believes that nowadays Clinton takes part in a really harsh competition to win the President election. And she is doing it in the real life, not in the book. And the biggest obstacle for her now is the new scrutiny over donations to her Clinton Foundation from some foreign authorities while she obtained a position of a secretary of state.
According to Wallace, it is really interesting that today’s media has a great erosion when it comes to trust for Hillary. She also thinks that Clinton faces a great danger of alienating with the independents and losing of them can be a real liability.
Nicole thinks that as long as Clinton is the only female candidate, she will never have an equal role as her male opponents.