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Former Watergate Figure Pens Legal Potboiler Moses v Trump

David Dorsen, author of Moses v Trump and former assistant chief counsel of the US Senate Watergate Committee and an assistant US Attorney in the Southern District of New York

President hoisted on tax return petard in fascinating fiction by DC insider David Dorsen

David Dorsen’s new novel has captured the moment. He has created a convincing court proceeding in the era of Trump. It is sorely needed entertainment and puts Trump precisely where he should be”
— John Dean, former counsel to President Richard Nixon and CNN contributor
WASHINGTON DC, UNITED STATES , December 17, 2018 / -- Former Assistant Chief US Senate Watergate Committee counsel David Dorsen has veered from his scholarly non-fiction works to delve into a contemporary and witty fictional account of President Donald J Trump in his new novel Moses v Trump.

At the root of it is Trump’s illusive tax returns, a freelance writer for an alt-right publication who communicates directly with God, and a sensational libel case before a veteran Federal Court judge.

Moses v Trump opens with a New York federal judge mourning the death of his wife and wondering what direction his life will turn. That’s when the libel case (Moses v Trump) lands in his lap. Ira Moses is an older attorney who had represented a fired Trump cabinet appointee, and who won the case. However, a rightwing media outlet and Donald Trump accused Moses of bribing a juror.

Moses, his reputation in the balance, sued the President and the publication for libel. The various hurdles Dorsen’s federal judge character, Jay Jason, has in handling the case makes for a masterfully written courtroom drama.

“A brilliant, witty, page-turning political parody that reads like the evening news. David Dorsen drops a Trump card.”—Frank Serpico, retired New York City police detective, famous corruption fighter and subject of the movie Serpico

Moses v Trump is available now on Amazon and at bookstores everywhere.

About The Author:

David Dorsen was the assistant chief counsel of the US Senate Watergate Committee and an assistant US Attorney in the Southern District of New York. Dorsen is the author of several books, including a well-regarded biography of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia (The Unexpected Scalia: A Conservative Justice’s Liberal Opinions). Dorsen has also served as a law professor at Duke, Georgetown, and George Washington Universities.

Filling out his renaissance man credentials, this DC legal player was Wine and Food editor of Washingtonian Magazine for 20 years, and has written an opera based on Hemingway’s "For Whom the Bell Tolls". Dorsen often appears on local and national news programs to give expert commentary on legal issues of the day, such as Supreme Court hearings.

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