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Scales of Justice: The Trump Trials tells a comical fictional narrative based on true political events involving the former President of the United States, Donald John Trump, his family, and the Republican Party. The satire makes fun of Trump, putting him on trial for most of the ridiculous, unpresidential, and blatantly treacherous things he did as Commander-in-Chief. The story doesn't have the traditional plot structure of regular narratives. Instead, it comes with 27 skit-like episodes, each narrating a hilarious court hearing or a bizarre escapade of Donald Trump. This includes conversations with family members and employees and examination and cross-examination in court.
Barry Robbins presents readers with a hilarious and delightful narrative about the stupidity of the Trump administration era. With an extravagant load of biting satire, this book mockingly depicts the possibility of justice for the outlandish acts of the former Commander-in-Chief during his four years in office. Barry's impeccable genius pours out in every episode, making a deep dish of ridiculously awesome tales that would leave you rolling on the floor with laughter. He features most of the principal players from Trump’s Cabinet, family, political party, and inner circle, adding his comical spin on the reality of their personality and involvement. Barry Robbins has handed us a fictional guide that expounds on how extremely foolish and chaotic the Trump administration must have been. And he gives us an imaginary, satirical picture of justice being done to him at the end. Even though Scales of Justice: The Trump Trials is a work of fiction, I believe Barry brought Trump and his cohorts to book, doing justice by narrating just how ludicrous their actions were.