Bob Woodward's book Fear: Trump in the White House released on Kindle

Bob Woodward's book Fear: Trump in the White House released on Kindle

Bob Woodward's book, Fear: Trump In The White House, will be available in United States bookshops on Tuesday after a week of excerpts, leaks and interviews that portray the president as dangerously erratic and uninformed. "I like him very much", Trump is quoted as saying by Woodward.

Now the investigative journalist stopped by Stephen Colbert's Late Show to discuss the book.

More recently, Trump has accused Woodward of fabricating quotes and questioned whether US libel laws could be changed so that people who believe they have been wronged would be in a better position to seek "retribution".

Bob Woodward is an associate editor of The Washington Post, where he has worked since 1971. "Certainly the focus will be on remembering that horrific day and remembering the lives that were lost, and certainly honoring the individuals who were not only lost that day, but also put their lives of the line to help in that process", White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said. Woodward said that he interviewed more than 100 people, including one person nine times. The only bone we have been thrown is that he or she is a senior administration official. When it was pointed out that the solution to eliminating debt was not to borrow more money, Trump had an even better idea.

The book reached stores on Tuesday and has been No. 1 on Amazon since details first began emerging a week ago.

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A White House official has said Trump was just venting over the essay and wasn't ordering federal prosecutors to take action. "It gives a date, it gives a time, who participates, most often the president himself and what he says", Woodward said. "And you can't testify because you can't tell the truth, you just make things up".

'It would be easier to get things done if you're able to fully trust everyone around you. It depicts a "two-track presidency" in which Trump acts according to his own whims while many of his top aides, in the author's words, work to thwart his "more misguided impulses until he is out of office". Trump wrote on Twitter.

Kelly last week also denied quotes attributed to him in the book in which he allegedly said that Trump was "unhinged" and "an idiot" whose administration had turned into "Crazytown".

Simon & Schuster, the publishing company behind Bob Woodard's upcoming book, is reportedly printing one million copies of the White House tell-all to keep up with the "extraordinary demand".

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