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Trump's Ghostwriter Is Advising Clinton For Free: 'It's My Penance'

Donald Trump’s onetime ghostwriter, Tony Schwartz, told CNN on Monday night that he is advising Hillary Clinton’s campaign for free, in an effort to make up for having contributed to Trump’s rise to fame in the 1980s. “This is my penance for having created a man who has become a monster, and I’ve spent 30 years feeling bad about it,” Schwartz said. “Now I feel like I’ve got to show that there’s nobody behind the curtain.
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