Trump Can, and Should, Sue the Publisher & Author of ‘A Warning’

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A Policy Argument on Accountability

Regardless of your political affiliation, the book titled, ‘A Warning’ by an anonymous senior White House official marks a new low in the history of American journalism. The publisher, Hachette Book Group, subjects readers to unsubstantiated allegations written by a nameless author — allegations…




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