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Oh, oh. Trump’s pick as National Security Adviser, Monica Crowley, has been accused of multiple examples of plagiarism, Sarah Noble reports at the Independent Sentinal.

In her 2012 book, Monica Crowley appears to have lifted word-for-word phrases from AP, NYT, Politico, Heritage, reporter James Rosen, WSJ, NY Post, BBC, Yahoo, Investopedia, Aaron Klein, Red State, Daily Signal, Blogspot, Michelle Malkin, USA Today, Mises Institute, Wikipedia, NY Post, National Review, CNS News, BBC, Fox News, The Podiatrist, and so on.

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