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Now that Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee,, amidst continued controversy about his character, experience, and danger for America, especially after his rants about the Orlando shoots, polls show him losing ground and Republicans are reconsidering his nomination.

So will Trump become extinct?  A new humorous illustrated book—Trump Is Extinct…Or May Be Soon! – suggests this might well be so.  It compares Trump to 27 extinct beasts and early humans, in which humorous cartoons depict Trump as ancient dinosaurs, flying reptiles, birds, and mammals, such as the Trumposaurus, Saber Tooth Trump, Neandertrump and Homo Trumpien.  https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Extinct-May-Soon-Illustrated/dp/0692739300

The book is one of a series of books about the 2016 Election, including the 2016 Election Fairy Tales with stories like “Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Trump,”and 2016 Election Monsters, Myths and Mayhem, which compares Trump to a series of monsters in mythology, such as the Medusa, Minotaur, Hydra, and even the Devil.  All four books in the series are combined in 2016 Election Follies.

While the books are designed to appeal to both sides of the political aisle, beneath the satire is the hope they might have some influence on the outcome of the election, as reflected in the copy about why Trump is like these ancient beasts and early humans.

The author, Gini Graham Scott, Ph.D. brings to the series the wisdom and wit of a sociologist and popular writer.  She received her Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley, and has several MAs, including one in Anthropology and another in Pop Culture and Lifestyles from California State University, East Bay.  She is getting an additional MA there in Communications.  She has published over 50 books with major publishers and 40 with her own publishing company, Changemakers Publishing.  Besides The New Middle Ages, other new books include Lies and Liars, about understanding sociopaths and how to deal with them, and Scammed, about recent scams and how to avoid them.  Her websites include www.ginigrahmscott.com and www.changemakerspublishingandwriting.com