Was Trump influenced by PM Modi’s remarks on Afghanistan?

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Earlier also in June 2017, Donald Trump had acknowledged PM Modi as his friend before Modi's first visit to United States after Trump took charge of the White House. Woodward's book, has said the book is based on "hundreds of hours of interviews with firsthand sources, contemporaneous meeting notes, files, documents and personal diaries".

"I'm not thrilled", he told CNBC's Joe Kernen in a July interview. Mattis was not "focused on anything other" than continuing to serve with the men and women of the military, Manning said.

Listen, everyone knows that the best parts of the book now making the rounds are the parts about Gary Cohn living every day in mortal fear that he had to save America in his own, stealing papers from the oval office, accidentally cucking Steve Mnuchin in Trump Tower and explaining the kindergarten basics of monetary policy to the commander-in-chief.

After learning of the news regarding Mueller and Deutsche Bank, a primary lender to the president, Woodward wrote that a furious Trump phoned Dowd at 7 a.m.

Woodward wrote that Kelly called Trump "an idiot".

The obvious problem is that the people, who force Trump to live under a sword of Damocles due to Russian meddling in the 2016 election, are unable to protect US institutions or prevent the president from deriving power from crises. "They are not telling the truth". You just make things up, ' he adds. "And the things, some of the things Trump did and does [sic] jeopardize the real national security".

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Trump's view on the debt is perhaps best espoused by Modern Monetary Theory, a burgeoning theory among some economists positing that the federal debt is not an economic restraint for the US.

The reporter explains how Trump asked how much the defence system costs and baulks at the $1 billion price tag. "They're not really a friend", despite the $1.3 billion a year in aid the U.S. gave them, President Trump said. Put it in Portland'.

Eventually, as described in the book, Dowd tells Trump: "Don't testify".

That line is, "Dowd knew he could not bring himself to say to the president, 'You're a [expletive] liar.'" Meanwhile, the book opens on the widely-reported incident featuring Gary Cohn, who was then working at the White House, taking a letter off the president's desk.

Other details concern Trump's "lack of curiosity and knowledge" about global affairs.

The book also quotes Mattis, after a contentious National Security Council meeting on January 19, as saying Trump acted like and had the understanding of "a fifth or sixth-grader". Last night's episode wasn't the first time The Late Show with Stephen Colbert covered it, but it was the first night that Woodward actually stopped by to talk about Fear. It's pointless to try to convince him of anything.

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