Also criticizing the book Tuesday was former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who said on Twitter that "a number of the statements attributed to me and from others to me in the Woodward book are incorrect".
"The idea that the Secretary of Defense has to tell the president that all of these actions are created to prevent the ultimate catastrophe", Woodward said. The New York Times' reviewer wrote: "We knew things were bad". "The things that Trump did and does jeopardizes the real national security".
Bob Woodward's book Fear: Trump in the White House may not be in bookshops just yet, but with the book in high demand one million copies have been printed in advance. This, during a conversation on Afghanistan, during which Trump also said, according to Woodward, that Modi told him the USA had "gotten nothing out of Afghanistan". And about the third visit, they say, 'Oh yeah, maybe I have something upstairs, ' and then they come downstairs with three boxes of documents.
Trump, he said, invites a robust debate among aides and has confidence in his advisers, even when they disagree.
"Cohn cited no specific objections to Woodward's extensive reporting of his private views that Trump needed to be saved from his most unsafe impulses", Axios reports. Incredibly, Woodward cites Trump's statement on Tillerson's firing while editing out the Iran reference.
Trump and many of his senior aides have publicly condemned the book, which paints a picture of a chaotic White House where staff will go as far as to steal a letter off the president's Oval Office desk to keep him from implementing a harmful policy.
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Its governor, Roy Cooper, told residents "the time to prepare was nearly over". "Disaster is at the doorstep and is coming in". Heavy rains were forecast to extend into the Appalachians, affecting parts of Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia.
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Priebus wouldn't have any of it and said there will be a dinner in the White House.
In the same note, Woodward writes: "President Trump declined to be interviewed for this book".
Trump also derided his predecessor's return to politics.
The host then pointed out that Wolff's and Woodward's books are entirely different and need to responded in a different manner because the latter has written more than half a dozen books on the past presidencies.
"And that's how you end the book", Colbert said. The U.S. has it, we put it in South Korea so we can shoot down North Korean missiles if that, God help us may it not happen.
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.