Trump’s security aide plagerized works

Trump's security aide plagerized works

Colby Menefee

Monica Crowley, Donald Trump’s choice for national security aide, plagiarized sections of columns she published in her former job at the Washington Times. A CNN KFile review found plagiarized material in at least seven out of 50 articles reviewed. According to Politico Magazine, sections of Crowley’s PhD dissertation for Columbia University were plagiarized.

Washington Times editor-in-chief Christopher Dolan says they are reviewing work, and HarperCollins says they will no longer sell her book What The (Bleep) Just Happened until corrections are made to properly credit sources.