Black Man, White House Pdf

Black Man, White House

Number of page: 352
Author: D. L. Hughley
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 9780062399816
Category: Humor

New York Times Bestseller (Humor)

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About The Author

D.L. HUGHLEY is one of “The Original Kings of Comedy.” His comedy specials have appeared on HBO and Showtime. His satirical documentary special, DL Hughley: The Endangered List, received the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award in 2012. He also created and starred in the ABC sitcom The Hughleys and has hosted shows on BET, Comedy Central, TBS, and CNN. He currently hosts the nationally syndicated radio program The D.L. Hughley Show. His first book, I Want You to Shut the F#ck Up, was hailed as “the best book since The Hunger Games” by Chris Rock. He lives with his family in Los Angeles, California.

  • Vernon SmithVernon Smith
    This is a very good book.When you are interested in watching it be free of any thing that is going to bother you beware your head has to be in this book.
  • tawana wildertawana wilder
    We can not stop talking about race when we run into so many racist. Get over it. We have a racist president.
  • Michael DiesalMichael Diesal
    I’m tired of hearing about people’s color.
  • Cedric SmallCedric Small
    Black Man, White House I read part of the sample. It was absolutely riveting I felt as if I was listening to the actual parties articulate their feelings. Job well done, DL. I’m going to purchase a copy
  • A Google UserA Google User
    Review: Black Man, White House: An Oral History of the Obama Years I loved this book! I thought it was hilarious and often I laughed out loud! This is political satire at its best! A must read for anyone interested in a behind the scenes look at the White House during the Obama years (hypothetically speaking that is!)
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