Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Trump vents over leaks as Woodward pushes back on criticism

Trump vents over leaks as Woodward pushes back on criticism

Zervos claims the president sexually assaulted her in 2007 and filed a lawsuit in NY after Trump said she was lying.

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

It was not clear how aggressive White House efforts were to root out the op-ed writer, though a person close to the White House who was not authorized to speak publicly said officials had focused in on a few names.

Kelly is quoted calling Trump "an idiot" while Mattis is quoted saying Trump has the understanding of "a fifth- or sixth-grader".

But Woodward insisted his book was accurate and said he carefully vetted each description included in the book.

When accused of sexual assault or other misdeeds by women, President Donald Trump says you've got to "deny, deny, deny", according to veteran journalist Bob Woodward's new book.

Andrew Hall represented one of President Richard Nixon's top advisers who also led a special investigations unit in the White House responsible for illegal operations, giving him a firsthand view of how a scandal can envelope a White House.

Christie, who is a subject within the book, continued to unleash his wrath on Woodward and Bannon: "If Mr".

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Nothing of significance has emerged from the efforts to exploit Afghanistan's minerals, but Trump's Afghanistan-centric South Asia strategy, unveiled in August 2017, said the U.S. would stay with additional troops. "The Dems are going insane!" he said.

"We're doing this in order to prevent World War III", Mattis told the president, according to Woodward's reporting.

Among the revelations in the book: Cohn once removed a document from the president's desk that would have ended a trade deal with South Korea.

"This has not been treated seriously enough", Woodward said on "Today". Woodward writes that Modi wanted to go to Camp David, the presidential retreat located a short distance from DC, "have dinner, bond with Trump".

"When I heard about this, from notes of that NSC meeting - I've never heard anything like that", Woodward tells NPR.

Former White House staff secretary Rob Porter says that Woodward offers a "selective and often misleading portrait" of the president and his administration.

"As anyone who has worked for Trump knows and I think that establishes this also", Woodward told Perino, "that it's very hard to control Trump". Woodward goes on "The Daily Briefing" to talk about his new book 'Fear'.

Trump has already tweeted his low opinion of the book.

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