Trump was anxious about trans soldiers getting ‘clipped,’ according to new book

Trump was anxious about trans soldiers getting ‘clipped,’ according to new book

Trump was anxious about trans soldiers getting ‘clipped,’ according to new book

And we won't even delve into the part of Woodward's book that reveals Cohn's daughter had a swastika painted on her dorm room door after Charlottesville, mostly because we can hardly process how Gary stayed on after that, and also because we've said our peace on that. "It was like you were always walking right there on the edge", Porter is quoted as saying.

Trump's national security team was shaken by his lack of knowledge about world affairs. The Trump White House has shocked him more than any of the eight others he's covered, he added, because Trump fundamentally doesn't understand that national security is more than just the US military. "And the U.S. "must stop payments to Pakistan until they cooperate", Trump said. "So even when he is not physically going to, say, a more moderate suburban district where he is not welcome, it does not mean that his message or his temperament or the problematic tweets are not dominating the local news coverage".

"The reporting is President Trump is disappointed with Bill Shine and the way the White House has responded to this new book".

Woodward, in an interview that aired Tuesday on The New York Times' "The Daily" podcast, continued to reject President Donald Trump's claims that Fear: Trump in the White House is full of "lies and phony sources". Published in 1974, it remains a testament to the power of shoe-leather reporting - and is perhaps the most influential piece of journalism in history.

Speaking on Good Morning America, Don Jr. said: 'I think there are people in there that he can trust, it's just - it's a much smaller group than I would like it to be. Dems can't stand losing.

If you've paid attention to the news as of late, you may have heard that Bob Woodward - legendary reporter and one-half of the team that broke the Watergate scandal - has a new book coming out titled Fear: Trump in the White House. Because that's somebody who knows that I worked hard on this and tried to dig in and excavate what the reality was. This is not a guy who makes big boasts and then fails to deliver on them. But he also loses in a little thing I like to call common sense.

A White House official has said Trump was just venting over the essay and wasn't ordering federal prosecutors to take action. There have been reports that Trump seems uninterested or unaware of the details of key foreign policy and national security efforts.

And at one point, the president agrees. Now, at age 75, Woodward is pursuing another embattled president, this one leading a tumultuous administration and awaiting the judgment of a special counsel's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. And unlike, say, Michael Wolff or Omarosa Manigault Newman, Woodward comes from a position of decades of journalism about the highest levels of government with very, very few questions about the veracity of his work.

Woodward dismissed their written statements as unpersuasive. These are not idle words by a carnival barker.

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