Posted on September 2, 2022 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

A controversial book that was due out last month now won't hit stands until October.

Newsweek reports that the book version of conservative commentator Dinesh D’Souza's documentary 2000 Mules will now come out October 25 because of a "publishing error."

It had been originally set to release August 30.

However, Regnery Publishing stated that the error was not related to D’Souza's primary argument about fraud in the 2020 election, while the author himself blamed a "significant error" that the publisher missed.

Neither has clarified what that error is; the New York Times says it's "highly unusual" for a publisher to recall and reprint a book, versus correcting the error in digital and subsequent print versions. 

Former President Donald Trump and many of his allies have spoken warmly about the film, but many mainstream Republicans have been quiet about it — and news outlets such as the NY Times, the Associated Press, and have disputed the logic of his analysis.

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