Trump insults Woodward book again and says he'll write "the real book!"

Trump insults Woodward book again and says he'll write

Which means that when he talks, you should listen.

Woodward's book contains scenes of cabinet members and advisers actively blocking Trump's policy priorities, including trade and the alliance with South Korea and a proposed assassination of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad. He claims everything he does is the biggest, the first, the best.

Woodward describes Trump regularly insulting key members of his team, branding Attorney General Jeff Sessions - who angered him by recusing himself from oversight of the Mueller probe - as "mentally retarded".

When Guthrie asked Woodward if he had a source for the book that later lied about the information they have him, he resisted. The same way he nearly always does - by name-calling on Twitter.

- Mr Trump after Twitter doubled its character count for a single tweet from 140 to 280: "It's a good thing, but it's a bit of a shame because I was the Ernest Hemingway of 140 characters".

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The book has already given many explosive accounts of the inner workings of the White House, through "hundreds of hours of interviews with firsthand sources, meeting notes, [and] personal diaries", according to its official description. Dems can't stand losing. "A central theme of the book is the stealthy machinations used by those in Trump's inner sanctum to try to control his impulses and prevent disasters, both for the president personally and for the nation he was elected to lead", wrote Philip Rucker and Bob Costa of The Post.

The problem here for Trump is credibility. These quotes were made up", Trump said last week, calling the book a "scam.

Woodward's is not the first unflattering investigation into Trump's White House, but it has been particularly resonant coming from the man who together with Carl Bernstein authored the Watergate expose that brought down Richard Nixon. "I know their dedication and I am absolutely confident that no one on the vice president's staff had anything to do with this". But he also loses in a little thing I like to call common sense. His work has also appeared in Salon, Raw Story, Truthdig, National Memo, Philadelphia Weekly, Democratic Underground, L.A. Weekly, MintPress News and many other publications.

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly frequently lost his temper and told colleagues that he thought the president was "unhinged", the book claims. Great news for others. This one, despite the fact that he is now admittedly under attack from within, is just more of the same.

Woodward's book reinforces all of that. So when Woodward paints a president in a negative light, it's all the more damning. In short: Woodward is not easily dismissed. "The idea that a secretary of defense has to tell the president that all of these actions are created to prevent the ultimate catastrophe and then Mattis goes on and says, you know, that if we don't keep these programs, which are very sensitive, the only deterrent option we have would be the nuclear option". These are not idle words by a carnival barker.