Posted on June 17, 2021 at 10:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

We have two updates from the world of Donald Trump exposés.

First, Michael Wolff is writing a third book that covers the end of Trump’s presidency.

Landslide will come out June 27; it follows the 2018 bestseller Fire and Fury and 2019’s Siege.

Wolff’s publisher promises that Landslide contains “a wealth of new information and insights about what really happened inside the highest office in the land, and the world,” according to the Associated Press.

And interestingly, Trump — who called the first book “really boring and untruthful” — is supposedly among the sources for Landslide.

The AP also reported that the Justice Department dropped its lawsuit against John Bolton on Wednesday.

During the Trump administration, the DOJ had unsuccessfully tried to block the publication of The Room Where It Happened and tried to reclaim copies that had already been distributed.

Bolton, a former national security adviser for Trump, was alleged to have disclosed classified information in the book.
His lawyer also told the AP that a grand jury investigation into the exposé’s publication has been dropped.

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