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Rove Tries to Bury Sordid Secrets of a White House Gone Wild

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The House Judiciary Committee just released two emails, dated February 5 and 7, from inside Karl Rove's office, in which the Rove-bots gloat that no US media have picked up the investigations of "that British reporter Greg Palast" found in my book Armed Madhouse. I couldn't make this up.

 

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Greg Palast's investigative reports appear in Rolling Stone, the Guardian and on BBC Television. His latest film, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy, on how Donald Trump stole the 2016 election, is available on Amazon. Palast is Patron of the Trinity (more...)
 

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