The Trump White House has been the undue recipient of one of the most vile scourges that could befall an administration: A rash of anonymous leakers and and the like who aim to defame the President himself at every turn.
It’s the Deep State boiling over, in many ways, and President Trump was expecting to receive this sort of backlash from the get go. He was sent to shake up Washington, not shake its hand, after all.
The latest glut of information to seep out of the swamp comes to us in the form of a book purportedly written by a White House insider looking to draw criticism to the West Wing, and the President’s administration is doing everything that they can to stop it.
The Justice Department has warned the anonymous author of a forth-coming tell-all about Donald Trump‘s White House that he or she may be violating ‘one or more nondisclosure agreements’ by writing the book in what is seen as an attempt to block publication.
‘A Warning,’ due out Nov. 19, was written by the same author of the ‘resistance’ New York Times op-ed last year that questioned Trump’s ability to be president.
The Justice Department sent a warning letter about the upcoming tome to the author’s agents Matt Latimer and Keith Urbahn of Javelin and an attorney for publisher Hachette Book Group CNN reports.
The author’s agents accused the government of trying to unearth the author’s identity.
The timing of the book itself is enough to label it a publishing stunt, but to believe that this “leaker” is telling the truth about improprieties within the White House is to believe that they themselves chose to monetize this national trouble rather than report it through the proper channels.
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