In His New Book, 'Is There Enough BRADY In TRUMP To Win The inSUPERable BOWL,' Tom Madden Says Dissention Dividing America Is Deranged As Rooting For Your Pilot To Cras

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BOCA RATON, Fla., May 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ Author Tom Madden is mad about dissention dividing America and blows off instructive steam in his angry/funny new book "Is There Enough BRADY in TRUMP to Win The inSUPERable BOWL?"

The book is partly a compilation of his MaddenMischief blogs encompassing the hotly-contested Presidential campaign through President Donald Trump's first trying trimester.

Madden explores with pique, wit and satire if America's 45th President can pull off the same huuuuuuge win Tom Brady did in Super Bowl 2017 to Make America Great Again.

On the book's cover is a warning that Madden's no-punches-pulled style can cause "read rage" as he occasionally rants like Howard Beale, the fictional character who billed himself: "The Mad Prophet of the Airwaves." Beal exhorted viewers to yell one of the most iconic lines in film history: "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take this anymore!"

Now Madden who was irritated over the Presidential election slugfest is fuming over paralyzing post-election politics. So dare read what the Mad Prophet of the Blogwaves yells out his Internet window.

When he's not firing off books like "SPIN MAN" and murder mystery thrillers "King of the Condo," Madden is the consummate PR man who spun himself to the top ranks of network TV where his publicity helped ABC and NBC shows become prime time hits.

Combative Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch Founder Larry Klayman sees some familiar traits in Madden and writes on the cover he's "one of my most trusted friends and you can bet this must-read book will win your trust as well!"

To tell Tom Madden to stop spinning, inventing products and writing books is like telling the Federal Government to stop spending.

Madden is the quintessential "Spin Man," the title of his engaging memoir recounting his rise from a harrowing career as a newspaper reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer to the pinnacle of network television.

Madden was a programming whiz and VP at NBC under then CEO Fred Silverman, for whom Madden wrote speeches when they were both at American Broadcasting Companies. Nothing short of media meteoric have been Madden's many reincarnations from reporter to TV executive before launching his PR firm, TransMedia Group (

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SOURCE TransMedia Publishing

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