Sales for Trump nominee's book suspended after plagiarism row

Monica Crowley, a conservative radio host and Fox News analyst, who is expected to be tapped by the Trump administration to be a deputy national security advisor, departs Trump Tower on December 15, 2016 in New YorkNew York (AFP) – An allegedly plagiarized book written by one of Donald Trump’s political appointees is being withdrawn from sale until the author addresses the accusations, her publisher said Tuesday.


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