Mark Singer has been a staff writer at The New Yorker since 1974. He is the author of Funny Money and Somewhere in America. He lives in New York City.
"The measure of Donald Trump. Never equalled." --Lawrence Wright "Brilliant . . . amazingly relevant now." --James Fallows "A hilariously scathing book." --The Guardian "Remarkably prescient." --The Chicago Tribune "A classic of the genre." --VICE "Trump and Me offers clearer insight into the mind of the presumptive Republican nominee than any of the detailed biographies written over the years. . . . Singer is excellent at describing the disturbing strangeness of Trump's existence." --The Telegraph (UK) "Given Singer's probing wit and Trump's essential ridiculousness, Trump and Me is very funny. . . . It nails the narcissism, superficiality and cynicism with which the world is now so alarmingly familiar." --The Guardian