From CNN’s KFile team:
Monica Crowley, Donald Trump’s pick for a senior national security communications role, plagiarized multiple sources in some of her columns for the Washington Times, a CNN KFile review has found. CNN’s KFile reviewed close to 50 of Crowley’s columns over the past five years, finding examples of plagiarism in seven. Crowley is a columnist for the newspaper and served as its online opinion editor.
Crowley’s work has come under scrutiny after a CNN KFile investigation found more than 50 instances of plagiarism in her 2012 book. On Monday, Politico Magazine reported sections of Crowley’s Phd dissertation for Columbia University has been plagiarized.
HarperCollins announced on Tuesday it would no longer sell Crowley’s book until revisions were made to properly attribute sources. In her columns, Crowley, a conservative author and longtime Fox News personality, copied lines from Fox News, Reuters, Commentary Magazine, the Washington Times itself, World Net Daily, and the Associated Press.
Screenshots of the plagiarized portions are at the link. She’s got her gig with Trump.