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Trump wants children’s book to defend ‘King Donald’ in ‘every school in America’

Former President Donald Trump is selling a children’s book written by a former member of his administration that features “King Donald” and re-imagines a state where “Russians” weren’t a factor in the 2016 election.

Now Trump wants to distribute the book to children across the country. “Let’s put this amazing book in every school in America,” Trump posted on Truth Social last week.

“The Plot Against the King” was written by Republican and Trump loyalist Kash Patel, the former president’s hand-picked Pentagon chief of staff.

Conservative publisher Brave Books is presenting the work as both story and fact. It calls the book a “great retelling of the terrifying true story”.

The book focuses on a wicked plot through “Hilary Queenton” and her “Shifty Nights”, which reveal that King Donald was working with a “Russian” to cheat his way into the Oval Office. Patel himself appears in the book as a “magician” who attempts to prove that King Donald was wrongly accused.

The book claims, in the story, that the infamous dossier on King Donald and the “Russians” – assembled in real life by former MI-5 officer Christopher Steele – triggered US intelligence investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election. The book slyly claims that the dossier was “written” by Hilary Quinton and “put into one”. steel Box.”

An investigation into possible collusion with the Trump campaign by Special Counsel Robert Mueller revealed “multiple links between the Russian government and the Trump campaign”. Trump’s Attorney General William Barr determined there was no collision.

Trump is more like Patel’s version of the world.

An Amazon review comment on the book, which included a photo of the former president, emphasized: “This is the coolest children’s book ever! It’ll be YUGE!”!

Google last month temporarily suspended the book publisher from its advertising platform for “bypassing system policy” to Brave Books, acquired by Fox Business, according to a statement from Google.

It was unclear what the publisher did to break the rules. But Google’s statement said the company “does not want users to feel misled by content promoted in shopping ads” and “promotions that represent you or your products in a way that is not accurate, realistic or true.”

Patel later called the move “witch hunt,

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