REPORT: White House responds to rumors that Victoria Coates is ‘Anonymous’ author
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The deputy national security adviser is being reassigned to another role in the Trump administration despite White House denials of speculation that she’s the unknown official who wrote a New York Times op-ed and book critical of President Trump.
Victoria Coates will be a senior adviser to Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette, the National Security Council announced Thursday, according to Axios.
The article goes on to state the following:
Coates and the author’s agents have both denied she is “Anonymous,” the author of the tell-all book, A Warning. The White House is also pushing back on the rumor.
A senior administration official reportedly told Axios, “The White House leadership rejects rumors that have circulated recently and does not put any stock in the suggestion that Victoria Coates is the author of A Warning or the related op-ed in the New York Times.”
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) February 20, 2020
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