Trump has dismissed the Woodward book as a “scam” filled with “made up” quotes.
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What’s going on inside the White House has always been a subject of great fascination to Americans, but the Trump Administration has raised that interest to an unusual level.
“We are in Crazytown”, Kelly tells a small group of confidants, according to Woodward.
Finally, Sanders would not rule out that the president might Woodward over his new book that paints a negative picture of the president and his White House.
Woodward also said he wasn’t lying, despite the president’s accusations. And that’s what we got to do. “Frankly, the White House and the staff here are focused on doing our jobs”, she told CNN’s Jeff Zeleny.
The source, while citing demeaning views of Trump from other unnamed senior officials, declined to say how many officials had actually taken this vow of resistance, or when and how they had taken this vow. But she also said the president wants a “level playing field”, meaning some individuals inside the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department should also be investigated.
“That goes without saying”, Trump Jr. said. We don’t take it like others – like China”, Donald Trump is quoted as saying during the July 19 situation room meeting.”The US needed to get some of Afghanistan’s valuable minerals in exchange for any support.
‘Imagine a lawyer, your lawyer, telling you you’re disabled and you can’t testify because you can’t tell the truth. You let people talk on the record and you get things that are not true.
President Trump told his national security aide that USA is losing in Afghanistan. Woodward recounts how Trump enquired about THAAD-America’s anti-ballistic missile defense system that shoots down incoming missiles-which has been deployed South Korea to deal with a North Korean threat.
Asked if Trump is still a credible voice, Sanders insisted he was: “Absolutely”. “Say whatever you need and want to say, and continue to serve your country”, was the gist of Pence’s message, according to Woodward. Put it in Portland’.
Simon & Schuster, the publishing company behind Bob Woodard’s upcoming book, is reportedly printing one million copies of the White House tell-all to keep up with the “extraordinary demand”. His book portrays Donald Trump as an angry man becoming increasingly paranoid about Robert Mueller’s Russian Federation investigation.
But as Axios notes, “Cohn cited no specific objections to Woodward’s extensive reporting of his private views that Trump needed to be saved from his most unsafe impulses”.
The 75-year-old Woodward said that at a National Security Council meeting a year into Trump’s presidency, when he was complaining about the cost of posting thousands of USA troops in foreign countries, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis had to explain the rationale to him.