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The Spectator is launching a U.S. print version

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A May 2015 issue of The Spectator. Photo: NurPhoto/NurPhoto via Getty Images

The Spectator, the world’s oldest English-language magazine, is launching a U.S. monthly print version for the first time in its history this fall, after starting a U.S. digital presence last year.

Why it matters: The publication has been published in the U.K. continuously since it launched 1828 as a weekly. Its former editor, Boris Johnson, just took the reins as the U.K.'s new prime minister.

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Donald Trump Jr.'s book will be out Nov. 5 — a year before Election Day. We're told topics in "Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us" will include free speech, censorship and Big Tech.

Why it matters: Don Jr., a hunter and fisherman who's a popular talk-radio guest in Trump country, plans to travel the U.S. campaigning for his dad. The book's thrashing of political correctness previews the stump message Trump's eldest son will use to jack up swing-state turnout by the Republican base.

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