Michael Caputo, a former adviser on the 2016 Trump campaign and a peripheral figure in the Trump-Russia investigations, has inked a deal to author a new book provocatively titled, Putin Won, The Daily Beast has learned.
The book doesn’t appear to primarily focus on profusely praising or declaring fealty to President Donald Trump, as has been the case with many non-fiction works by other Trump associates such as Jeanine Pirro, Sean Spicer, and Gina Loudon.
Instead, the book is billed by its publisher—the Bombardier Books imprint of Post Hill Press—as “an inside narrative of the decades-long covert political war between Moscow and Washington” starting in 1994, and as a memoir spanning decades of Caputo’s career that includes his time in Russia, his political work in Washington, D.C., and his grilling by federal investigators during the Trump era.
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