Harper Publishing has announced plans to publish a book by a controversial former journalist who wrote the controversial article about former US President Donald Trump, Hazeldon Denney, who is now writing a memoir.
The book will be titled “Hazeldon: A Journey from Scandal to Scandal-Free,” and will be published by HarperCollins in the US and HarperCollins UK in the spring of 2019.
“We are proud to be a part of HarperCollins publishing family,” said Hazelda Denney in a statement.
“This book is the perfect complement to the book that will be released this year by Harper, and we’re looking forward to the great book coming out this spring.”
HarperCollins has also set up a website where people can share their stories about Hazeden, including one about the time he met Trump and how it led to a “very intense conversation” about race.
The HarperCollins book, which was written by former US editor of The Atlantic, David Frum, and published in 2007, was published by Simon & Schuster in 2015.
The article detailed the controversial claims made by the Trump campaign that were later found to be false.
“Trump made his claim that he could see a Hispanic child with a ‘big beautiful face’ when he visited a nursing home,” the article said.
“I could see the boy with my own eyes.”
“In a subsequent interview with the New York Times, Trump was asked whether he had seen the child, and he replied, ‘Yes, I did,’ referring to a boy in a nursing unit.”
In response to a question about whether he should have “made the statement about the child” before the story was published, Trump said he had made the comment “as I would in a conversation with a friend.”
“You could say that if you’re in a room with him, he would have said that, ‘I saw that kid, I thought he was Hispanic.'”
The article also said that the incident was a “black eye for the Trump administration” and that “the press has become a kind of surrogate for the president, and that it’s a matter of pride for the press that they get to be part of the story.”
“The president is a great man and he’s a wonderful person, but his words hurt, and I think that’s a terrible thing to say, and it was a horrible thing to write,” Denney wrote in the book.
“If you had asked me that question when I was in the middle of that article, I would have been stunned.”
The article came after a slew of controversial stories published by the New Yorker and the Washington Post about the former president, including allegations of racial discrimination and harassment.
The allegations were later withdrawn.
“The way it was put out there was very much in line with what I had experienced, and my experience with people,” Denneys account said.
The New Yorker published an article in January, titled “The White House’s First Lady, Ivanka Trump: What Really Happened,” which claimed that Ivanka Trump was born in 1947.
The story, which has since been retracted, claimed that the birth certificate was a forgery.
Denney has also been accused of plagiarism, and was named the recipient of the 2016 National Book Award for fiction.
Denneys story was written as a reaction to a series of stories by The New York Post and the Post itself, which detailed allegations of racism and sexual harassment at the Trump White House, including a complaint by an ex-employee alleging he was raped by then-White House chief of staff Reince Priebus.
Denans memoir is set to be published on March 25, 2019, by Harper Collins.
“Hazy” author John Green and former US senator Al Franken are among the writers who have signed up to write for the book, as well as former Democratic vice presidential candidate and Green ally Al Gore.
Denials of the book have led to the resignation of three former Trump administration officials, including former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon.