Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
Entertaiment | By Simon Arnold

Trump insults Woodward book again and says he'll write "the real book!"

Trump insults Woodward book again and says he'll write

In his book, he claims that Donald Trump was ignored by his Defence Secretary after telling him to "f****** kill" Syrian president Bashar al-Assad following the chemical attack on civilians a year ago.

As you can imagine, more people are reading The Jerusalem Post than ever before.

Trump Jr. said it's possible prosecutors could "try to create something" incriminating.

"People better wake up to what's going on", Woodward said of the White House during an interview about his new book on CBS News' "Sunday Morning".

"Fear: Trump in the White House", paints a picture of a commander in chief controlled by a mercurial humor whose own staff works to constrain his worst impulses.

"Let's talk about your process a little bit because we live in an era where the president talks about fake news". People know who Woodward is. "It is mostly anonymous sources in here".

"But in the end, President Trump is the one who decides, and he has shown himself more than capable of doing so", Porter said.

"You can, in an nearly microscopic way, establish what occurred - and that's what I've done in this book".

"We are in Crazytown", General Kelly is quoted telling a small group of confidants. He's gone off the rails. He added, "He and I both know this story is total BS". Although Trump has defended Mattis against Woodward's insinuations, the pressure to replace Mattis with another more hawkish defense secretary is still ongoing.

Although the primary topic of this video has to do with the debate between getting information that's off the record or instead on deep background, the moment that strikes perhaps hardest is that Woodward found the current iteration of the White House "shocking".

"That's lying", Guthrie pointed out.

"This is very low level person who will throw their name on an op-ed, and basically subvert the vote of the American people who elected my father to do this job", Trump Jr. said.

"And I'm not happy but I have a smile on face because the truth in all of this is going to emerge", Woodward said. What I want to focus on is - here's the problem. "It's 1,000-percent correct.' And then this person has said some public things that contradict that", Woodward told the Times" Michael S. Schmidt. "And the things, some of the things Trump did and does [sic] jeopardize the real national security". The tweets attracted widespread attention and concern - "the Internet lost its collective mind", as Woodward wrote in his book.

"Does this ring true?" Can I ask that question?

"The Woodward book is a Joke - just another assault against me, in a barrage of assaults, using now disproven unnamed and anonymous sources".

Woodward's account of a dysfunctional Trump White House has already sold more than 750,000 copies, Simon & Schuster announced Wednesday, a day after the book arrived in stores. Dems can't stand losing.

Sanders wouldn't rule out a lawsuit against Woodward on Monday, though Trump has long threatened legal action against his detractors that never materializes.

Just a few lines above, Woodward describes how India "was the counterweight to Pakistan, which was giving the new [US] administration as much trouble as it had given previous ones by hedging maddenly on terrorism". "These quotes were made up", Trump said last week, calling the book a "scam".

At the time, however, Casey was in a coma and near death.

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