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Trump promises a 'real book' on his White House

Trump promises a 'real book' on his White House

The Trump administration announced last month that the president would continue on to Ireland following the November 11 ceremonies, to "renew the deep and historic ties" between the two countries. Woodward then, clearly stunned, explains how Trump's own lawyer told the President: 'You can't testify. "And I think we can break history", he added. "We're losing big in Afghanistan". Trump allegedly asked Christie about transition team funds.

Woodward, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, said the book is based on first-hand reporting and anonymous White House sources, including some who were extremely reluctant to disclose information, or even speak with him.

During his 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump told supporters that he would eliminate the federal debt during his eight years in office. Woodward attributed to him were "incorrect" and that he hadn't been called by Mr. But Trump backed down once the initial news reports, which said the subpoenas were aimed at Trump's and his family's dealings with the bank, were inaccurate.

Honestly, Colbert's first question, about how on Earth people still think it's a good idea to talk to Woodward, is probably one that a lot of people have.

President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, are both White House advisers.

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A different journalist asked if the White House would give a list of everything in the book that they thought were inaccurate, to which Sanders replied, "I think that would be a complete and utter waste of our time, so no".

In particular, he highlighted an instance in which Trump complained to Defense Secretary James Mattis and other staff at an NSC meeting about the expense of US forces overseas. In one meeting, Kelly allegedly described Trump as "an idiot", whom it would be "pointless to try" convince of anything. After all, Colbert manages to work in plenty of Woodward's bona fides during the interview, including how many books he's written (Fear is number 19), his Pulitzers (two), and how many presidents he's covered (nine).

"I'm not because I know what I did and I'm not anxious about it", he said, again denying that he spoke to his father about his June 2016 Trump Tower sit-down with a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton. Cohn's and Porter's denials seem geared toward tamping down tensions with the White House without totally discounting Woodward's reporting.

Former chief of staff Reince Priebus is described as "a little rat", according to Woodward's book.