Bob Woodward Shares What Really Scares Him About Trump's White House

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Woodward - whose reporting with then-Washington Post colleague Carl Bernstein helped take down President Richard Nixon, and who has penned several deep-dive nonfiction books on presidents since - explores the paranoia that he says drives Trump's White House.

Kelly is quoted calling Trump "an idiot", and Mattis is quoted saying Trump has the understanding of "a fifth or sixth-grader", but they've said they didn't make those statements.

Now the investigative journalist stopped by Stephen Colbert's Late Show to discuss the book.

Donald Trump has been further quoted in the book that PM Modi told him that United States should at least get something from Afghanistan in return.

Porter, it should be noted, was forced to leave the White House as Trump's staff secretary, after credible allegations emerged that he had abused his ex-wives. "I remember going to one general's house, he opened the door - we didn't have an appointment, I was afraid I might get shot". The only bone we have been thrown is that he or she is a senior administration official.

As our national debt balloons and our deficits continue to rise at a staggering rate, new details have come to light about President Trump's request in order to halt the rising debt this country continues to be burdened with. In Bob Woodward's book, it is also mentioned that Modi had informed Trump that Afghanistan is a mineral rich country but USA got nothing from it unlike China. I mean, to try to control the presidency while not the president.

'Imagine a lawyer, your lawyer, telling you you're disabled and you can't testify because you can't tell the truth.

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"You don't just Google them". Excerpts published by The Washington Post earlier this month describe a "nervous breakdown" of the executive branch and include tales of aides swiping documents from the Trump's desk in an effort to "protect national security". Trump tweeted Monday prior to the Woodward interview.

Cohn reportedly tried to explain that economics does not work as Trump suggested. "And I think the president's actions since the release of this piece have underscored exactly why we felt that was so important". Put it in Portland'.

But on Monday, the White House reasserted its interest in studying whether any laws were broken by the explosive op-ed's author.

Trump spent the weekend complaining about the book as well as the op-ed writer.

Mr Trump said of the book on Twitter: "Isn't it a shame that someone can write an article or book, totally make up stories and form a picture of a person that is literally the exact opposite of the fact, and get away with it without retribution or cost".

The book also quotes Mattis, after a contentious National Security Council meeting on January 19, as saying Trump acted like and had the understanding of "a fifth or sixth-grader".