Washington Post to Sell ‘Mueller Report’ to its Readers for $15
Jeff Bezos cashes in on final report of Russia investigation that cleared Donald Trump
Jeff Bezos-owned news outlet The Washington Post has spent the last two years covering President Donald Trump and the Russia collusion investigation, but since Mueller's final report dismissed the presdient of any crimes, the newspaper still wants to cash in.
The newspaper is now set to publish the released version of the Mueller report for $15 a pop.
“The only book with exclusive analysis by the Pulitzer Prize-winning staff of The Washington Post, and the most complete and authoritative available,” is how it sells the report.
The left-leaning outlet already has pre-sales of the paperbacker already selling well.
Not surprisingly, on Amazon, it ranks No. 1 in “New Release in Espionage True Accounts.”
The paper is also pushing the report with an ad in the Post's print edition
WaPo is one of three outlets planning to publish the report, but it is by far the most pricey.
Skyhorse Publishing's version is $12.99 and will be released the same day (its print will include lawyer Alan Dershowitz introduction.)
“There has never been a more important political investigation than Robert S. Mueller III's into President Donald Trump's possible collusion with Russia," it begins.
"His momentous findings can be found here, introduced by a constitutional scholar, eminent civil libertarian, and New York Times bestselling author Alan Dershowitz."
As the conclusion of the Mueller's report leaves the Democrats with little ammunition to use against Donald Trump, the last hopes lie in obtaining his tax returns.— Neon Nettle (@NeonNettle) April 4, 2019
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But the most reasonably priced version is Melville House at $9.99 - it is just the report without any liberal celebrity analysis.
“This is the full text of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election."
"It is the report and nothing but the report, presented as released by the Attorney General of the United States, with no positioning or framing apparatus — such as a celebrity introduction — that would give it bias or impede its clarity,” said Melville House.
Since Robert Mueller's Russia investigation ended, more Americans believe the probe was “politically motivated."
According to a CBS News poll, Americans believing the probe was a Democratic partisan investigation has increased compared to the survey conducted before the investigation ended.
The poll, which was conducted between March 25 and March 26, found that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation was "politically motivated,” compared to 37% who believe it was “justified.”