Trump tell-all by Bob Woodward hits stores today

Author and journalist Bob Woodward said Monday on NBC that President Donald Trump is chronically untruthful and detached from the reality of his job

Author and journalist Bob Woodward said Monday on NBC that President Donald Trump is chronically untruthful and detached from the reality of his job

Although Trump has defended Mattis against Woodward's insinuations, the pressure to replace Mattis with another more hawkish defense secretary is still ongoing. "I like him very much", Trump is quoted as saying by Woodward. Well, we're paying for it, the United States. "It's important to the security of both countries", he said.

"I wouldn't have used it", Woodward added of the Times opinion column during his first televised interview about his 19th book, Fear: Trump in the White House, which is scheduled for release on September 11.

Woodward also said he wasn't lying, despite the president's accusations.

Cohn, who served as Trump's economic adviser before leaving over disagreements about trade policy, issued a similarly weak rebuttal to the book.

Trump called the writer "gutless" and "coward" and his aides also went into a complete meltdown. Woodward said when asked about situations involving former Trump lawyer John Dowd.

"The Woodward book is a scam".

On NBC's Meet the Press on Sunday, White House adviser Kellyanne Conway admitted: "I didn't bring the request to the president directly".

In the same note, Woodward writes: "President Trump declined to be interviewed for this book". Not a first time when Donald Trump has described PM Modi as his friend. Cohn and Porter reportedly worked "steal" a letter from Trump's desk that would have pulled the USA out of its trade deal with South Korea and prevent further copies of the order from reaching him. This has not been treated seriously enough.

And the demand is coming from some unusual places ー Washington's large independent bookstore, Politics and Prose, told Charles it was selling bulk orders to foreign embassies, as diplomats struggle to understand the unorthodox president and hope the book will help them get to know "what are we dealing with".

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This, he said, was possible on the basis of the current Treaties and a forgotten "passerelle" clause of the Lisbon Treaty. He denied he was trying to turn the European Union into "a superpower".

Cohn did not detail his complaints with the book, telling Axios: "I am proud of my service in the Trump Administration, and I continue to support the President and his economic agenda".

USA and South Korean marines take part in military exercises in Pohang, South Korea in March 2015.

This photo, taken June 11, 2012, shows former Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward speaking during an event to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Watergate in Washington.

Kelly is alleged to have called Trump an "idiot" and told staffers that working in the White House was the worst job he has ever had.

Pence said he did not know who wrote the Times column but that he was "100 percent confident that no one on the vice president's staff was involved in this anonymous editorial".

He said the book was "the product of someone's rich imagination". And he said, 'Right.' He agreed.

"Fear" is scheduled for release Tuesday morning.

"Obviously, that's not known". "Is that really where we are?"

Written by Jonathan Ore with files from CBC News.

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