Author E. Balagurusamayi has written a book about how a Republican presidential candidate who campaigned for years on an anti-corruption platform in India lost an important election.
In “What Would You Do?,” Balagursamy says Trump was the dumbest man on Earth and the winner of the election.
“He was the guy who didn’t want to do things,” Balasamy said.
“And he never gave a damn about anybody, including the people who were his voters.”
Balaguramayis book, due out in September, is about the 2012 campaign in which Trump’s campaign received more than 100 million votes.
Balasamiy says that while the Trump campaign’s supporters were overwhelmingly white and middle-class, he found that many Indians were deeply frustrated and disillusioned with the way things were going.
Balamayies book was published by New Delhi-based publisher Kalyani Press and the book was excerpted in a special edition of The New York Times magazine.
Balaguamay’s book also explores why he and other Indians, including former prime minister Manmohan Singh, felt so alienated from the American political system and the media, which ignored their pleas for a change.
Balams book comes at a time when Indian politics has been increasingly polarized, and there is growing frustration with how little progress has been made.
“I think it’s time for us to be aware of how we have been, and to understand that the system has been so corrupt,” Balaguaray said.
Balangas book has drawn criticism from a variety of quarters, including from politicians and civil society organizations.
For his part, Balagurasamy said he hopes to continue writing about India.
“The American political process is a big, beautiful, big world,” Balamays book says, “and we need to understand how we can make our own world.”
Balaguamas book is one of the few books written by an Indian writer about the 2016 election.
While the Trump candidacy has received more attention in the United States, Balaguas book is also a rare glimpse into what happened in India during the race and its aftermath.
Trump won the presidency in the U.S. by just a single point, but it’s not the only time a U.s. president has lost an electoral race.
In 2005, President George W. Bush lost the election to Democrat John Kerry in a runoff that also featured a recount.
A decade later, in 2010, then-Vice President Joe Biden lost to Democrat Katie McGinty in a tight election that included recounts.
And last year, in the presidential election, President Trump was swept into office after winning the popular vote by more than 2 million votes, but lost the electoral college vote by less than 3.6 million.
In that election, Trump was also the first U.e. president to have an Indian-American son and daughter in the White House.
Balagaas book, which has a 6,000-word first chapter, follows the Trump presidential campaign as it unfolded from his inauguration on Jan. 20, 2009 to the end of the race on Nov. 8.
Balafagas book details the Trump-Kerry campaign, the recounts and the general disillusionment with democracy that led to Trump’s defeat.
It also describes how Balaguas parents moved to New York in search of jobs and he and his family moved to India to pursue a career in journalism.
“My parents wanted me to be a journalist,” Balaghs book says.
“But my parents were very cynical, and they saw no hope for my future.
They told me that journalism was not going to work for them and I should become a lawyer, or whatever the path they had planned for me was going to be.”
The book goes into great detail about the political system that Balagus parents lived under in India, but the most shocking chapter in the book is when Balaguais parents moved back to the U