THE DEEP STATE IS IN DEEP PANIC– Trump supporters want the FISA memo released to the public immediately, however; the FBI and DOJ are fiercely fighting to delegitimize the document and delay the release. The FBI is in panic mode; the memo must be devastating. Show More Summary
I hear this too..@MonicaCrowley: "This is the first of several memos. As bad as bad as this memo might be, my understanding is that there is worse coming down the pike." #ReleaseTheMemo pic.twitter.com/ppdjdtQaa1— Dan Siddons (@SiddonsDan) February 1, 2018...
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After being caught plagiarizing, Monica Crowley is now working for Vichy Democrat and Fox News contributor Doug Schoen and she has registered as a foreign agent to do work on behalf of a pro-Russian, Ukrainian oligarch. You may recall...Show More Summary
The Daily Beast reports: A would-be Trump White House appointee who withdrew in the face of plagiarism allegations is now lobbying on behalf of a Ukrainian oligarch who has recently advocated greater concessions to the Russian government, according to newly filed documents. Show More Summary
Monica Crowley, who lost a position on the Trump administration's National Security Council amid plagiarism allegations, has reportedly landed a job with a Ukrainian oligarch. Crowley filed documents with the Justice Department recently to register as a foreign agent. Show More Summary
Monica Crowley was tapped by the President to work in communications for the National Security Council.
Fox News contributor Monica Crowley, who was forced to withdraw as Donald Trump’s deputy national security adviser following allegations of plagiarism, recently registered as a foreign agent lobbying on behalf of a Ukrainian businessman, the Daily Beast reports. According to documents filed with...
Monica Crowley, who bowed out of a possible post in the Trump administration after she was accused of plagiarizing her work, lashed out at the charges saying she was the victim of a “political hit job” and claiming the plagiarism charges against her have been “debunked.” Here she is with Sean Hannity. Show More Summary
In her first TV interview since backing out of a White House job, conservative pundit Monica Crowley appeared on Fox News to dismiss allegations of plagiarism as a "political hit job" and claim they were "debunked." "What happened to...Show More Summary
What the (Bleep) just happened?
Monica Crowley backed away from a top national security spot for Donald Trump after plagiarism reports surfaced in January. She has now spoken publicly for the first time during an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity. In doing so,Show More Summary
Crowley, whose publisher pulled her book over plagiarism accusations, claimed the charges had been “debunked.”
Republican strategist Monica Crowley, who backed out of a job on President Trump’s national security team after multiple plagiarism charges surfaced, told Fox News that the scandal was a “political hit job.” Said Crowley: “What happened to me is a [...]
Publisher HarperCollins disagrees, having already pulled all remaining copies of her book from shelves.
Mediaite reports: Would-be Donald Trump foreign policy advisor Monica Crowley spoke out for the first time Tuesday night about the plagiarism scandal that forced her to forgo that White House position, saying on Fox News’ Hannity that it was a false hit job. Show More Summary
Would-be Donald Trump foreign policy advisor Monica Crowley spoke out for the first time Tuesday night about the plagiarism scandal that forced her to forgo that White House position, saying on Fox News' Hannity that it was a false hit job.
Political hit job?
My friend Monica Crowley was the subject of a major hit job by CNN a few weeks back. She is a serious scholar, but she was portrayed as a serial plagiarist who never had an original idea in her head. The emotional toll of the uproarShow More Summary
The pundit was forced to decline a White House appointment after revelations that a book and a dissertation were rife with plagiarized passages.