Vanity Fair released a short teaser video of their time spent with D’Souza for the seven-page profile by Evgenia Peretz in the May issue.
The full profile (with beautiful images by celebrity photographer Patrick Ecclesine) is available now to VF subscribers. To catch a glimpse, watch the video below.
D’Souza, who spends his nights in a confinement center, reflects on his sense of humor, his conservative bona fides, and Obama’s wrath. In the video, D’Souza explains what drives him: “My political work is an act of gratitude—a defense of the American Dream.” This love of the American Dream explains his desire to contribute: “I’d rather pull the bandwagon than sit in the bandwagon, and I think that’s what distinguishes me from a lot of people.”
Has confinement broken him? Not in the least: “Ironically, putting me in confinement has given me a chance to clear my head, to think, and to greatly expand my horizons once I get out.”
Watch the video here:
Lincoln united his party and saved America from the Democrats for the first time. Can Trump—and we—come together and save America for the second time?
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