Sen. Josh Hawley Lands Book Deal After Publisher Drops Him
Conservative book producer Regnery struck a deal with Hawley after another publisher dumped him amid backlash over the Capitol riot.
Republican Senator Josh Hawley will get his new book published after all.
Regnery Publishing, a producer of conservative books, announced it reached a deal with him on the book, titled "The Tyranny of Big Tech."
This news comes after Simon & Schuster dropped Hawley as he faced backlash over his objection to Joe Biden's electoral victory and after he acknowledged a pro-Trump crowd before the rioting at the U.S. Capitol.
A number of U.S. businesses have halted donations to him and other Republican objectors.
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