Sure, some of our clients allow us to be recognized for assisting with their book. But, even then, we steer away from interviews with media.
When dragged into media attention, we titter and say how small our role had been. We heap praise on The Man.
More often we sign Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) to keep under wraps just about everything associated with the relationship.
The fundamental of ghostwriting, for which we are well paid, is not seek or accept recognition for what we accomplish. End of that story.
So, we could teach First Son-in-Law Jared Kushner a lesson he needs to learn. Fast.
In Vanity Fair, Emily Jane Fox predicts that Kushner, like Steve Bannon, could be on short time. Although he is family and Donald Trump has loyalty to family, Kushner could be banished from the Magic Kingdom. Here you can read the article.
His fatal error is allowing himself to be identified as the architect of any successes in Trumpville.
A smart player would have prevented most of that. If a bit of it occurred, that professional who was determined to keep the job would pull out all stops to set the record straight. There would be a cunning stealth public relations claim to return the spotlight to the guy or gal who really has the power.
All Kushner has inside the beltway is power by association. His New York kind of power, such as wealth, is irrelevant in Washington D.C. It seems, however, that Kushner doesn't understand that. He probably lacks the concept of "borrowed power."
Ghostwriters could give it to Kushner between the eyes: You are not The Man. And The Man will destroy anyone who upstages him.
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