Deep State Target is the only firsthand account that proves the attempted sabotage of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign by American and international intelligence services, from former Trump advisor George Papadopoulos―whose global network, clandestine meetings about Hillary Clinton’s hacked emails, and rift with former Attorney General Jeff Sessions made him the first target of Spygate, the Mueller Investigation, and the Russian Collusion Hoax.
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About the Author:
George Papadopoulos became the first person to plead guilty in the Mueller Investigation when―on October 5, 2017―he conceded that he had lied to the F.B.I. about a conversation with a professor during which he was told that Moscow had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton and “thousands of emails,” according to court records. Papadopoulos is a former adviser to President Trump and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Dr. Ben Carson. A University College London graduate, past Hudson Institute analyst, and career oil, gas and policy consultant, he was sentenced to 14 days in jail, fined $9,500 and ordered to complete 200 hours of community service and one year of probation after he serves his sentence. He is married to Simona Mangiante and lives in Chicago.
"If you want to understand how the Russia Investigation started, read George Papadopoulos's book." ―Rudy Giuliani
“George Papadopoulos was the whole reason for the Trump Russia investigation.” ―Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C.
"Revealing.... a troubling story of prosecutors railroading him.... Papadopoulos’s saga unfolds like a spy thriller.... He convincingly debunks anti-Trump theorizing about the supposedly sinister contacts of campaign underlings: it wasn’t collusion, he argues, but instead the normal, promiscuous networking of on-the-make foreign relations consultants like him looking to gain status by forging connections with and between powerful people. The result is a revealing . . . insider account of a seemingly central piece of the special counsel investigation." ―Publishers Weekly