Jeffrey Sterling

Author of the just released book “Unwanted Spy: The persecution of an American whistleblower”

Author of the just released book “Unwanted Spy: The persecution of an American whistleblower”

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The White House insider who blew the whistle on President Trump remains under federal protection.  But whistle-blowing is a dangerous game.

The Whistleblower who came out into the cold...

The White House insider who blew the whistle on President Trump remains under federal protection.  But whistle-blowing is a dangerous game.

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