Up & Coming Weekly

November 24, 2020

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6 UCW NOVEMBER 25-DECEMBER 1, 2020 WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM The Art of the Steal by J. ANTOINE MINER SR. Before running for President of the United States, billionaire real estate inves- tor and developer Donald John Trump was probably most notably known for co-au- thoring "Trump e Art of the Deal," which enjoyed a 13-week run on the coveted New York Times bestseller list. In this book co-authored by Donald Trump and journalist Tony Schwartz, Don- ald Trump is portrayed as the great deal maker, and a man able to negotiate and navigate the complicated road map to bring parties together to formulate some of the greatest business deals. It was on this premise that in 2016, candi- date Donald Trump ran for the U.S. presi- dency. He ran on the premise of being able to bring the most diametrically opposed world leaders, politicians and industries together in order to "Make America Great Again," and to once and for all "Put Ameri- ca First." Donald Trump's "Put America First" agenda quickly turned one of the most beloved businessmen in America into one of the most hated world leaders of all time. Although Donald Trump is probably most notably known for his co-authoring of "e Art of the Deal," his presidency may be most notably known for the Democrat- written global stage play known as "e Art of Steal." is global "stage play" is loaded with a cast of political leaders from around the globe. From America to Russia, and from North Korea to Ukraine, "e Art of the Steal" is performed on a world stage and produced by a full array of mainstream me- dia outlets. Filmed on location at the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election, "e Art of the Steal" is guaranteed to take not just your breath away, but your votes as well. During the 2020 election blockbuster, Democrats activate their plan to steal the 2020 election using tools that range from collusion to impeachment, civil unrest to a global pandemic, and from unsolicited mail-in ballots to dead voters. All these twists and turns have contributed to what former Vice President Joe Biden, one of the lead char- acters in this political saga, notably called the "most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the his- tory of American politics." is intriguing storyline is riddled with communism, Marxism, and good old-fash- ioned American patriotism. Due to all of the plots and schemes embedded in this expose of political correc- tion, manipulation and scan- dal, the release date of this epic has been postponed from Tuesday, Nov. 3 until a later date to be determined. Stay tuned for a Supreme Court version of this global spectacle complete with dis- sents and opinions from the high court that are guaran- teed to satisfy the hearts of one side of the country and infuriate the hearts of the other half. J. Antoine Miner Sr. is a retired Army Chaplain Assis- tant and a wounded com- bat veteran. When he is not writing satire, he serves as the Executive Director of the EMPACT One Foundation. EMPACT One Foundation is a local organization dedicated to provid- ing needed resources, programs and services to individuals, families and communi- ties most in need. rough donations and community outreach, E1F strives to make a lasting impact in the lives of the people they serve in the community. OPINION J. ANTOINE MINER SR. COMMENTS? Editor@upandcomin- gweekly.com. 910-484-6200. e 1987 New York Times bestselling book "Trump e Art of the Deal" has been turned into a stage play sure to entertain, infuriate and aggravate audiences around the world. WFAYcountry.com WFAY is Fayetteville's 100.1% Christmas Station. All Christmas…All The Time through the holidays. Merry Christmas from our family to yours Jeff and Christy "Sweet Tea" Andrulonis

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