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      Fifteen years ago, the once powerful book publisher Judith Regan, ruler of her own imprint at Rupert Murdoch's HarperCollins, embarked on a project of dubious distinction. Eventually Murdoch fired Regan; she sued, getting a $10.75 million settlement; and the Simpson book became a best-seller, rebranded by the Goldman family with a much more apropos subtitle: Confessions of the Killer. Apart from the Liz Cheneys and Adam Kinzingers of the world (two Republicans who voted to impeach Trump, the second time), Brinkley says we should expect to see a slew of book deals for members of Congress caught in the attempted insurrection in January. But buyer beware: Murdoch's HarperCollins once published a personal finance book by pre-presidency Trump, and it didn't age well. [Extracted from the article]
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