The Black Ledger: How Trump Brought Putin's Disinformation War to America places Ukraine's effort to court Donald Trump in the final months of the 2016 U.S. Presidential election at the center of our understanding of the past four years. It offers the first coherent narrative to provide readers an understanding of these events, and explains what motivated the key players—Putin, Ukrainian figures, and Trump. It also ties the drama of the Republicans' defense of the four Russia investigations that Trump has faced to disinformation tactics that originated in the former Soviet Union. The book also incorporates the most current information—such as the recent release of Volume 5 of the Senate Select Intelligence Committee Report. The book contains never-before revealed secrets of the five-year story of Paul Manafort, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.
Most importantly, The Black Ledger discredits the pending false narratives about Joe Biden to be launched this fall by Oleksandr Onyshchenko and his associates, Andrii Derkach, Andrii Telizhenko, Viktor Shokin, Nazar Kholodyntsky and, of course Rudolph W. Giuliani.
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About the Author
Casey Michael is a writer, analyst, and investigative journalist on topics ranging from kleptocracy and grand corruption to developments in the post-Soviet space and Western relations therein. His next book,—AMERICAN KLEPTOCRACY— from St. Martin’s Press, will be out in 2021
Casey’s pieces and analyses have appeared in outlets like Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, The Atlantic, Vox, The New Republic, POLITICO Magazine, Washington Post, Sports Illustrated, Just Security, Bellingcat, ThinkProgress, Quartz, The American Interest, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, openDemocracy, The Guardian, The National Review, World Politics Review, Al Jazeera, Slate, GEN, The Daily Beast, Roads & Kingdoms, Talking Points Memo, EurasiaNet, Houston Chronicle, Jamestown, Moscow Times, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, and Business Insider, among a host of other outlets.