Well, what do we have here? Yet another person that either testified or the Democrats wanted to testify against President Donald Trump during his Ukrainian impeachment ordeal has got a book coming out. Ya don’t say?!
According to a report confirmed by the Associated Press (AP) on Friday, publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt announced that it has acquired the rights to former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch’s “planned memoir.”
The publisher told the AP that the book will cover Yovanovitch’s “long career, from Mogadishu, Somalia, to Kyiv and ‘finally back to Washington, D.C. — where, to her dismay, she found a political system beset by many of the same challenges she had spent her career combating overseas.’”
The AP reported that while financial terms of the book deal weren’t disclosed, “two people familiar with the deal told the AP that the agreement was worth seven figures.”
One aspect of the story that is “totally coincidental” is the fact that the literary agency representing Yovanovitch is the very same agency, Javelin, that represents former FBI Director James Comey and former National Security Adviser John Bolton.
Nothing to see here. Nothing at all.
On a side note, AP writer Hillel Italie noted that “Yovanovitch was recalled from Kyiv as Giuliani pressed Ukrainian officials to investigate baseless corruption allegations against Democrat Joe Biden and his son Hunter, who was involved with Burisma, a gas company there.”
Oh, but never mind this: