ABC, NBC Gush for New Anti-Trump Book By Anonymous Official


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Do you remember that New York Times op-ed by that anonymous and self-righteous Trump administration official published last year titled “I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration?” Well, they’re back and this time with a big payday for a new anti-Trump book they wrote anonymously, of course. As would be expected, the liberal media pounced with ABC and NBC gushing about the book in their Tuesday evening newscasts.

ABC’s World News Tonight didn’t spend too much time on the book. Anchor David Muir and chief White House correspondent Jon Karl brought up the book at the end of a report about Trump describing the impeachment proceedings a “lynching”:

JON KARL: Yes, it was announced by the publisher Twelve Books today that anonymous, who remains anonymous, will have a book out next month, it's called A Warning. As you recall, it described that quiet resistance within the Trump administration and said, quote, “I work for the President, but like-minded colleagues and I have vowed to thwart parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.” David, the article said, “Americans should know there are adults in the room.”

NBC chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell seemed enraptured by the news and dedicated an entire report to the book, which was set to be released news month.


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