Here's what Bob Woodward's book 'Rage' says about Donald Trump

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The excerpts also provide new details about the president's thoughts on North Korea's Kim Jong Un, racial unrest and a mysterious new weapon that Trump claims other world powers don't know about.

The recent disclosure of Trump's February comments regarding the seriousness of the threat coronavirus poses to the public has reignited criticism of the president's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

Yet, despite hundreds of billions of dollars in tariffs that the U.S. levied against China, sanctions imposed on Chinese officials and actions to restrict the Asian nation's technology companies, the vast majority of American firms have no plans to pack up shop in China and come back to the US.

"This is what we are dealing with", he said.

"Because he knew they were good and proper answers".

"So, he has the party and party leaders held hostage and we are being led over the cliff and the country is being led over the cliff", Saxbe says.

In a Saginaw County airplane hangar with Air Force One as his presidential backdrop and all the usual "Make America Great Again" trappings, Trump excoriated his rival for more than an hour, lingering on the former DE senator's support for the original - and much-hated - North American Free Trade Agreement.

One area of limited success has been the partial trade agreement signed in January.

Woodward studied at Yale University and did a five-year tour in the US Navy, before turning to journalism.

"I mean, this "America First" has made America alone", he said.

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"Donald Trump - just look at us both, watch us, and determine whether or not you think I'm misleading anyone". It´s going to take every one of us doing the right things to get out of it together, to make this as short as possible'. "There are no easy fixes".

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is "the worst presidential candidate in the history of presidential politics", Trump declared, before asking the crowd, "Can you imagine if I lost to him?"

"If Biden wins, China wins, because China will own this country", he said during Labour Day remarks.

"Yesterday Biden was in MI, he said I better get out of the basement", Mr. Trump said.

Trump traveled to the Twin Cities and Mankato last month. "Completely tasteless. So pointing it out doesn't do much", Biden said.

A Morning Consult poll released Wednesday showed Joe Biden with a 5-point edge over Trump in Minnesota, but Biden's lead has narrowed from previous polls. They stretch back to his 2015 comments questioning the heroism of Senator John McCain, a decorated Vietnam prisoner of war, or the notorious "Access Hollywood" tape that emerged just before the 2016 election in which Trump described sexually assaulting women.

Trump on Thursday pushed back, accusing Biden of supporting trade deals and policies that led to US job losses. Canada managed to negotiate a waiver that took effect in 2010.

Trump would touch on manufacturing and auto jobs during his speech, telling supporters he would keep jobs in MI, given another four years.

Woodward reported that Trump privately said of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, "I saved his ass", following the US uproar over the killing of Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi citizen who lived in Virginia.

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