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About the Author

Seamus Bruner is the Director of Research at the Government Accountability Institute (GAI). He has worked with Peter Schweizer since June 2011 and with GAI since January 2013 providing research & support for numerous New York Times best-sellers.

That research has been featured on the front page of top publications like New York TimesWall Street Journal and Washington Post and resulted in multiple 60 Minutes exposés. Bruner has discussed the results of his findings on national TV and radio.

RESULTS:

Bruner published his first book, COMPROMISED: How Money & Politics Drive FBI Corruption in August 2018. The book was endorsed by numerous former federal prosecutors for its accuracy, thoroughness, and hard-hitting exposures about former FBI directors and deputies like James Comey, Robert Mueller, Andrew McCabe and others. Following publication of COMPROMISED, Bruner reported that at least twenty-five top FBI and DOJ officials had been fired, demoted, or resigned in disgrace.

COMPROMISED became an instant bestseller.

Bruner published his second book, FALLOUT: Nuclear Bribes, Russian Spies, and Washington Lies, in the Fall of 2020. FALLOUT exposed how the Russian “Reset” appeasement strategy of the Obama and Biden administration led to chaos and corruption in Ukraine. Co-authored by the award-winning veteran investigative journalist John Solomon, FALLOUT became a national bestseller endorsed by President Donald Trump, Sean Hannity, Sharyl Atkisson, Gregg Jarrett, and multiple nuclear energy and intelligence community insiders.

In 2018, Schweizer’s book Secret Empires earned the highly coveted #1 slot on the NY Times best-sellers list.

In 2015, FBI field offices across the country opened investigations relating to the pay-to-play allegations first revealed in the book Clinton Cash.

In 2012, congress passed the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge (STOCK) Act based on the insider trading revelations in the book Throw Them All Out.

For Speaking Engagements, Contact GAI’s Senior Publicist:

Sandy Schulz

Sandy.Schulz@g-a-i.org