Inside the Mad Dash to Publish the Mueller Report in Paperback — With a Forward by Alan Dershowitz
Inside Edition followed a book publisher frantically trying to print copies of the report in paperback.
While the long-awaited Mueller report is now online for all to see, the real mad dash is to publish it in print.
Skyhorse Publishing, a book publisher, is scrambling to put out a paperback version of the 400-plus page report.
The publishing house enlisted famed attorney and author Alan Dershowitz to write a forward to the report, but time was of the essence.
Inside Edition was there as, mere moments after the report came out, an editor hopped on a Citi Bike and pedaled through the streets of New York to deliver the report to him so he could put pen to paper.
"It's going to be a busy day, I knew it was going to be a busy day," Dershowitz said. "I'm gonna read this, I read very quickly, I've already made some notes, I have ideas about what I'm going to write."
He added: "I'm going to do it with a completely open and totally objective mind."
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