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The traitors are easy to spot.

Prevail is a political newsletter that started as a column to cover the world of Trump/Russia. After the end of Trump's term, the newsletter broadened its topic range, to cover everything from organized crime and dirty money to global corruption and the fight for democracy. Greg Olear publishes in-depth interviews and original pieces with the goal to reveal the history and expose the traitors. The author focuses on the context and dives deep into what has already happened bringing all the relevant details up to the surface. Read about politicians who lack a moral compass, Putin's American cheerleaders, and fictional Trump’s character in The Apprentice. Don’t forget Sunday Pages where the author puts Trump/Russia aside and shares poems, art, and other interesting projects. Subscribe for lifetime coverage of Trump/Russia and help to fight the bad guys.


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Greg Olear is a journalist and author known for his dark humor and political investigation. In 2018 he published the book Dirty Rubles: An Introduction to Trump/Russia and carried out this topic to launch Prevail in 2019. Greg Olear believes he will be writing about Donald John Trump for the rest of his life.


It is stated that by choosing the free version you will get only occasional public posts. We managed to find only a few ‘paywalled’ issues through all of the archives, so it’s safe to say that almost everything is being distributed for free. The newsletter is being sent three times a week, usually on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.


The paid subscription of Prevail costs $5. The subscription should give you access to subscriber-only content, a full archive, and the possibility to post comments and join the community. As almost all of the issues are available to everyone, consider subscribing to support the author.

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