Watergate's Woodward says Times Trump op-ed not up to his standards

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"And what you want to do is say, do you have any documents or notes. and they say no, no, no".

When I became a book critic at the Post in 2015, I never imagined I'd be writing so much about Donald J. Trump.

Mattis and Kelly have both denied the quotes attributed to them, while Trump accused Woodward of lying and fabricating his quotes. "What was said in that anonymous letter was absolutely outrageous".

When Colbert asked if Woodward ever told sources he was going to write a story without the source's perspective, Woodward said no.

Chapter seven of the book recounts a November 2016 meeting at Trump Tower that was organized by Jared Kushner. Also, Woodward steers clear of Trump's controversial decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem, thanks in part to the efforts of his ardently pro-Israel son-in-law Jared Kushner.

But on Sunday, the president offered fresh praise for Kim following a North Korean military parade that, unlike past parades, downplayed the missiles and nuclear weapons that brought North Korea to the brink of military conflict with the United States just a year ago. Cohn and Porter reportedly worked "steal" a letter from Trump's desk that would have pulled the US out of its trade deal with South Korea and prevent further copies of the order from reaching him. Woodward writes that Modi wanted to go to Camp David, the presidential retreat located a short distance from DC, "have dinner, bond with Trump". There is nothing like good dialogue from two people that like each other!

Trump tweeted Monday that he has been subjected to "Phony books, articles and T.V. "hits" like no other pol has had to endure".

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In a four-year National Football League career spent between the Panthers and Eagles, Barner has returned 30 punts for 259 yards. The Michigan State product spent his first three seasons in the National Football League with the Denver Broncos.

At a White House press briefing, Sanders slammed the book "Fear", from veteran journalist Bob Woodward, as "careless and reckless".

"We are in Crazytown", Mr Kelly tells a small group of confidants, according to Woodward.

"We have reprinted six times for a total of seven to meet extraordinary demand - that will put one million books in print before we've even gone on sale", a Simon & Schuster spokesperson said to CNN "Reliable Sources" host Brian Stelter.

On Monday, Stephen Colbert interviewed the author that he's deemed "the master of horror": not Stephen King, but the legendary investigative reporter Bob Woodward.

The commentary, published by the New York Times last week, was written by a senior official in the Trump administration, according to the Times.

This stance explains why Woodward is dismissive of the Steele dossier on Trump and unfairly criticizes former Federal Bureau of Investigation director, James Comey for including it in the intelligence report to the president (Comey defended his choice by noting the FBI's assessment that the sources in that dossier were "credible").

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