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A Woman First: First Woman is a memoir of former President of the United States Selina Meyer, published in October 2018, giving her account of her tenure in that position from 2016 to 2017.

This is the second book published by Meyer (that we know of). Her first book, Some New Beginnings: Our Next American Journey, was published in 2015.

"A Woman First: First Woman" received negative reviews from critics.

Description Edit

From back of book:

From the wind-swept farms of Maryland to the stately halls of The White House, A Woman First: First Woman is the story of Selina Meyer's extraordinary ascent. As the first female president of the United States of America, Meyer has imprinted her indelible mark on the fabric of U.S. history. A zealous champion of civil liberties, a bulwark against foreign enemies, and a humanitarian force for the global citizen in need, Meyer proudly served this country with determination and grace.

But what makes such a resolute, honest leader? What kind of past forges such a visionary? In A Woman First: First Woman, Meyer presents a refreshing, candid tour of her own personal history and her life in The White House. These privileged memories grant access into the mind of one of America's greatest trailblazers.

Daughter. Mother. Wife. Divorcee. Senator. Vice President. Commander-in-Chief. At the very core of this journey, we find a woman. First woman.

Reception Edit

Critical reception to the book has been negative. Publisher Weekly said "Scattered and disjointed, much like the Meyer presidency." The New York Times said "We've been stunned by the revelations and achievements of the Meyer presidency over the last few days. Why aren't they in the book?" The New York post called it "Remainder City".

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