The Mueller report didn’t end up delivering anything close to what the Democrats were hoping for, but now comes the time for at least one of the people involved in the investigation to reportedly try and cash in:
NEW: Andrew Weissmann, one of the top prosecutors for Bob Mueller on the Russia investigation, is writing a book that will explore his work on the special counsel’s inquiry, according to a publishing executive with knowledge of the deal. https://t.co/rlpKT8rRUT
— Yashar Ali ? (@yashar) June 21, 2019
— Byron York (@ByronYork) June 21, 2019
Somebody might be about to join CNN and MSNBC’s “Frequent Guest Club” — that is, if the book says what the anti-Trump Resistance wants it to.
"explore" – dude was like hmm how can I monetize this chaos. ??
— Joseph Hall (@westcovinajoe) June 21, 2019
I'm shocked!! (sarcasm font not included on Twitter at this time)
— James Baker (@JDtheDJ2004) June 21, 2019
— John Gibson (@jagg3223) June 21, 2019
Gosh, what a surprise…
No one said. I hope his book is right up there with Acosta's at 363. https://t.co/uQqOINkhiN
— Sharon Campbell (@SharonC12624408) June 21, 2019
Witch hunts are profitable – for the hunters.
Meanwhile, a lot of innocent people lost their savings, homes and businesses. https://t.co/Uz96Hk880e
— Doug Ibendahl (@DougIbendahl) June 21, 2019