John Dickerson is a correspondent for 60 Minutes. He is also a Contributing Editor to The Atlantic and the host of the Whistlestop podcast and co-host of the Slate Political Gabfest.

The Hardest Job in the World Book Schedule

The Hardest Job in the World is now on sale and can be purchased from these purveyors:

Barnes & Noble

Amazon

Books A Million, 

Bookshop.org, Hudson Booksellers. IndieBound, Powell’s, Target, Walmart.

June 10th: Slate Political Gabfest Live! 7:30 ET. Tune in here.

June 11th: Adaptation of The Hardest Job posted on The Atlantic

June 14: 9:00 a.m. CBS Sunday Morning essay on presidential priorities by a presidential life-hacker.

10:30 a.m. Face the Nation

June 15: 8:00 a.m. CBS This Morning

11:30 p.m. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

June 16: 

Washington Post: The Test of Presidential Character is Restraint.

11:00 a.m. WNYC’s Brian Lehrer Show

7:00 p.m. 6th & I with Susan Page

June 17: 7:40 a.m. Morning Joe

9:40 a.m. Cheddar

June 18: 12 p.m. WAMC—The Roundtable

12:45 p.m. Reddit AMA

7:00 p.m. 92Y with Nicole Wallace

June 19: 7:30 a.m. The Hugh Hewitt Show

June 21: 8:00 a.m. CSPAN

June 23: 8:00 p.m. Chicago Humanities Festival 

 

3 thoughts on “The Hardest Job in the World Book Schedule”

  1. Hi John, I saw you on CBS Sunday Morning yesterday in which you talked about a concern on the worried minds of many Americans: how to plan for and conduct a free and fair election in November, one without outside interference, voter suppression, endangering the health of voters and poll workers, and a peaceful transfer of power afterward. I appreciate you trying to elevate the urgency of this issue and hope it will be a primary topic when you appear tonight on the Late Show, but I would implore you to not refer to these interferences as monkey business! These are just a few examples of the dangerous abuse of power going on right now, and attributing playful terms to them trivializes the damage they are causing. Looking forward to the interview. Thanks!

  2. Abigail Averill

    Joe Biden needs John Dickerson for his “Toby”….speech writer and policy advisor. John’s eloquence and knowledge of history and politics would be a valuable asset!

  3. Stephen Moylan

    Just started the book and already love it! On pg 19 of the Introduction, the imagined president refers to the Buckeyes next victory and how speechwriters change the line to appeal to the next local audience. Just curious if that line is tailored to the location of the reader to appeal to them. Ex: Pennsylvania readers have a line about the Nittany Lions next victory. Not sure if that’s even technically possible but as an OSU alum that passage immediately made me like the book more!

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