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Bob Woodward will release 'Fear' audiotapes if sources ask him

Bob Woodward will release 'Fear' audiotapes if sources ask him

Woodward's credibility as a renowned investigative reporter, however, gives the oft-heard accounts of incompetence and disarray in the White House a veneer of believability that Trump officials are straining to cheapen.

Woodward told CBS on Thursday that he has "boxes of recordings and documents" that will show how careful he was with sourcing in "Fear".

"But don't you think people look through the fact that you can write some sensational nonsense book? Because whether you like Trump or don't like Trump, it's a management issue".

"He's an idiot", Kelly is reported as saying about President Trump.

The tweet said the USA was going to "pull our dependents from South Korea..."

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The book says Kushner, during the first months of the Trump administration, began trying to forge close ties with Saudi Arabia and Israel, both of which are enemies of Iran. "Secretary Pompeo determined that continuing with the obligation and expenditure of these FMF funds is important to strengthening our security cooperation with Egypt".

The New York-based Human Rights Watch has described the situation in Egypt as the "worst human rights crisis in the country in decades". "Many have already come forward to say the quotes by them, like the book, are fiction".

"Misfortune" is almost about assured of joining Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" as one million-selling takedown of Trump. In 2004, Bill Clinton's memoir "My Life" sold more than 1 million copies within eight days. The guide portrays Trump as an ill-educated and dishonest president and the West Wing workers as seeking to decrease the fracture.

Eric Trump, the son of President Trump, told Fox News on Wednesday that journalist Bob Woodward wrote a new and highly critical book about his father's administration in order to make "shekels". In this book, Woodward has drafted the letter. "Misfortune" had more preorders than every other guide in Simon & Schuster's historical previous, based fully on the creator, which has previously launched such bestsellers as Hillary Clinton's "Living History" and Walter Isaacson's "Steve Jobs".