Monica Crowley, President-elect Donald Trump’s choice to lead communications for the National Security Council in the incoming administration, plagiarized former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in her Columbia University Ph.D. dissertation and lifted some paragraphs from other sources word-for-word, a CNN review found. In addition to copying sentences and words from scholarly sources and books, Crowley also did not quote or attribute numerous excerpts from Kissinger’s memoirs and transcripts of his declassified conversations with diplomats. The new plagiarism allegations come after HarperCollins decided to pull Crowley’s book, What The (Bleep) Just Happened?, after CNN’s KFILE team found numerous instances of plagiarism. “We have no comment on Monica Crowley’s dissertation, which was submitted in 2000 and is publicly available,” Columbia said in a statement.
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