Published: Thu, September 13, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Eric Trump says Bob Woodward wrote book to make "shekels"

Eric Trump says Bob Woodward wrote book to make

But Trump's attacks may have backfired after the Woodward's publisher said Monday it had reprinted his book an astounding six times before it's even gone on sale to the public.

"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 essay said members of the administration were running a "two-track presidency", achieving Republican policy aims while sidelining the "amoral ... impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective" Trump until he was out of office. And there's a middle part which we haven't discussed which is national security, where Trump goes off and he has these ideas about we've got to make money.

"I wouldn't have used it", Woodward added of the Times opinion column during his first televised interview about his 19th book, Fear: Trump in the White House, which is scheduled for release on September 11.

Donald Trump has the IQ of an "inbred tanning bed", according to the president's former chief economic advisor, Gary Cohn.

"Gee, I would've liked to have talked to you", he said the president told him. I would have been happy to correct them if Mr.

Trump has blasted the book ahead of its release, calling its author a "liar" on Twitter. Woodward also writes that Trump refused to send any additional aid.

Echoing the words of President Donald Trump, Sanders referred to the article's author as "gutless", but brushed off questions at Monday's briefing about whether or not the White House was attempting to identify the "senior official". The book has created a controversy as Donald Trump and his office have criticised the book for misquoting the USA president. Woodward said when asked about situations involving former Trump lawyer John Dowd.

Washington Post associate editor Bob Woodward told the BBC's Today Programme that the United States president had questioned security spending over South Korea, Europe and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation troops in a national council security meeting past year.

He praised Trump's legislative accomplishments, which he said Woodward's book ignores, and said the president "invites robust discussion" from aides.

But can he say whether his current work will play a similar role in Trump's political future?

He said the book was "the product of someone's rich imagination".

Charles reported that Barnes and Noble said "Fear" was its fastest-selling book since Harper Lee's 2015 novel "Go Set a Watchman", the long-awaited follow-up to "To Kill a Mockingbird".

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