Why does Mark Meadows apparently have a problem with his book

It was this month 30 years ago when Charles Barclay’s book was briefly famous. Unfortunately for the basketball star, his notoriety had nothing to do with the contents of the book and everything to do with his reaction to his autobiography.

Bless me I acknowledge It was at the time that his 1991 book mistook “two things”. He added that it was because of his autobiography.misquote” for him. Sarcasm soon followed.

This unfortunate story came to mind when he watched Mark Meadows, a former White House chief of staff, suggest that he also had a problem with the book he had ostensibly written. daily monster pointed Overnight:

Mark Meadows, Trump’s former chief of staff, went to Newsmax Wednesday night and agreed with his old boss that his new book was “fake news.”

Let’s get back to the review How did we get here At this strange point.

Meadows, Donald Trump’s fourth right-hand man in the West Wing, has written a book about his experiences that has yet to be released. Looks like the Guardian got a copy and published it a report About an important revelation in the script: Trump first tested positive for Covid-19 on September 26 — three days before his first presidential debate against Joe Biden, and before that he previously told the public.

It was an important piece of information, in large part because it shed new light on Trump Seriously irresponsible behavior, which puts a large number of people at risk. Meadows didn’t do any favors either: his book suggested he helped hide these facts for more than a year.

Ex-president quickly to reject Accuracy of the story, although several independent news organizations, including NBC News, have maintained that Meadows’ version of events was accurate: Trump’s first positive test was actually on September 26.

Against this background, Meadows appeared on the conservative network and She said, in an apparent reference to Trump, “President’s right, it’s fake news.”

The Republican from North Carolina seems to be referring to an accurate anecdote from his book.

In context, Meadows seemed to emphasize details such as the negative test that the then-president also received last September, although we discussion Yesterday, that didn’t fundamentally change the nature of the controversy – we’re supposed to believe it was just a coincidence that Trump was hospitalized a week later – and certainly doesn’t make Meadows’ story “fake news”.

Washington Post Analytics This morning, he added, Meadows appears to realize he created a political problem for his former boss: “Now clean-up efforts are well underway. It’s not a very meaningful process.”

It’s not as bad as claiming it was “misquoted” in a resume, but it’s close.

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