Following Discovery of Plagiarism, HarperCollins Pulls Monica Crowley's Book

Not her first plagiarism rodeo.

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Before she was chosen by Donald Trump to serve as senior director of strategic communications for the National Security Council, Monica Crowley was an author and conservative commentator, appearing on Fox News and contributing to publications like The Washington Times. It turns out she was also a plagiarist.

A report by CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski and his KFile crew “found upwards of 50 examples of plagiarism from numerous sources, including the copying with minor changes of news articles, other columnists, think tanks, and Wikipedia,” in Crowley’s 2012 book, What The (Bleep) Just Happened.



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