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The Justice Department issued a subpoena to Simon & Schuster to investigate if John Bolton mishandled classified information while writing The Room Where It Happened

From CNBC: Justice Department subpoenas publisher of John Bolton’s tell-all book about Trump, reports say…  Support our news coverage by subscribing to our Kindle Nation Daily Digest. Joining is free right now!

The Department of Justice has opened a criminal inquiry related to the publication of former national security advisor John Bolton’s highly critical tell-all book about his time working for President Donald Trump, multiple outlets reported Tuesday.

The DOJ has also reportedly subpoenaed Javelin, Bolton’s literary agency, for documents.

The subpoenas seek all communications between Bolton and the two companies, the Journal reported. Bolton has not been hit with a subpoena, according to the outlet.

Charles Cooper, an attorney for Bolton, told CNBC in a statement that he had seen the reports of the grand jury subpoenas.

“Ambassador Bolton emphatically rejects any claim that he acted improperly, let alone criminally, in connection with the publication of his book, and he will cooperate fully, as he has throughout, with any official inquiry into his conduct,” Cooper said.

The book was released in June, after a federal judge denied the DOJ’s request to block its publication.

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