, Additionally in reaction to the book, a series of campaign staffers posted photos of lighthearted moments from the campaign with sarcastic captions. The hardcover book debuted at number two on The New York Times Best Seller list.  He received a Fine Art MA from Chelsea College of Art in 1989 and was a Henry Moore Fellow at Sheffield Hallam University from 1991 to 1993. Allen—who is poised to cover the 2016 presidential campaign—recently published HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton with coauthor Amie Parnes.  Shattered spent two weeks in the New York Times best seller list. In a favorable review for The New York Times, Michiko Kakutani described Shattered as "compelling". 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Jonathan Allen (born 1966) is a visual artist, writer, and magician based in London. A recurrent topic is also the campaign's failure to get up-to-date polling data, focusing on less expensive analysts instead.  The following week it stayed at number two, and then, in the next week, fell to the three slot. A fake dollar bill bearing the face of Tommy Angel and various parodic evangelistic slogans was introduced into public circulation (via pickpockets using their skills in reverse) during the 1st Singapore Biennale in 2006. Jonathan Allen (born January 16, 1995) is an American football defensive tackle for the Washington Football Team of the National Football League (NFL).  For example, in a blog post, Clinton campaign deputy communications director Christina Reynolds wrote: ...after spending most of the campaign watching some people question the enthusiasm and our supporters, it's hard to read a depiction of the campaign that paints a dedicated, cohesive team as mercenaries with questionable motives who lacked a loyalty to a candidate described as 'imperial' and removed from the campaign. Some of the book's revelations about infighting among Clinton's campaign personnel have been denied by some of her campaign staff. To understand NBC national political reporter Jonathan Allen, one need look no further than his two stints at POLITICO -- first as a contract hire in late 2009, and then as a full-time hire in 2010 after a nearly six-week excursion into political advocacy.. The book was published on April 18, 2017 by Crown Publishing Group, and aims to determine why Clinton lost the election to Donald Trump. Her struggle to escape her caricature only contributes to it. The book was published on April 18, 2017 by Crown Publishing Group, and aims to determine why Clinton lost the election to Donald Trump. Allen was born in 1966 in the United Kingdom. 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A frequent political analyst on national television, he's also been Bloomberg's Washington bureau chief and …  Among its assertions are that some Clinton confidants attempted to get Robby Mook fired as her campaign manager and that Huma Abedin targeted people who gave constructive criticism to the campaign. In 2010, he co-curated the Hayward Gallery touring exhibition "Magic Show" with the writer Sally O'Reilly. His alter-ego "Tommy Angel", is a fictitious evangelist and magician satirising the genre of Gospel Magic, who Allen portrays in a variety of media including performance, photography, video, and writing.  Angel, who has been described as "Billy Graham meeting David Copperfield via Donald Rumsfeld", parodies the evangelical entertainment form known as Gospel Magic.. His alter-ego "Tommy Angel", is a fictitious evangelist and magician satirising the genre of Gospel Magic, who Allen portrays in a variety of media including performance, photography, video, and writing.  There it stayed for another week before falling to number seven in its fifth week. , The book is based mainly on interviews with Clinton campaign staff that the authors conducted over a year and a half. This is a homecoming for Jon, who won the Dirksen and Hume awards as a reporter for CQ -- the first place he worked in Washington. For the past few months, I and other senior editors at POLITICO have been dealing, at different times and in different ways, with the , Tommy Angel is the name of a fictional 'gospel magician' who features in some of Allen's photographic and performance work. , Allen's work has appeared in many exhibitions including "Feint" at Deutsche Bank in New York City, "The Float in the Sight of Things" at Ferens Art Gallery in Hull, "Mesmer" at temporarycontemporary in London, "Con Art" at Site Gallery in Sheffield, "Scarecrow" in Metzova Greece, and "Variety" at the De La Warr Pavilion Bexhill on Sea, UK, the first Singapore Biennale  In response, author Parnes proclaimed "We stand by our reporting" all the while saying such images were not inconsonant with their depiction of the campaign en toto.