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Woodward: I'll release tapes of book interviews if source asks me to

Woodward: I'll release tapes of book interviews if source asks me to

Now, a website claims Woodward confessed that he lied in his anti-Trump book.

The 750,000-plus copies sold combines sales of print copies, ebooks and audiobooks, according to a statement by Simon & Schuster, The Hill reports.

Woodward's new book has drawn considerable attention for, among other things, the light it shines on the divide between the White House and the Pentagon.

"The contemptuous words about the President attributed to me in Woodward's book were never uttered by me or in my presence", Mattis explained. "I know people read though this". "This is a clear signal that the Trump Administration is more than okay with President el-Sissi's targeting of human rights defenders".

On the website, he was quoted as saying, "There was a lot of guesswork when I was putting this book together and I had to embellish a little".

"But don't you think people look through the fact that you can write a sensational, nonsense book, CNN will definitely have you on there because they love to trash the president?"




Some Twitter users were quick to criticize Trump for using the term.

"Misfortune" has dominated political headlines since reviews about it emerged closing week.

At one point he described Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob Woodward's new book, Fear: Trump in the White House, as a "sensational nonsense book". "Is that really where we are?"

A mysterious (hilarious?) bug appeared to temporarily drag down the Amazon customer rating for Bob Woodward's new book about the Trump administration's first year in office. Some former White House officials who spoke with Woodward have tried to distance themselves from the book.

Woodward's book is portrayed by critics as a sobering glimpse into a West Wing submerged in a swamp of self-inflected controversy, where senior aides - when not attempted to essentially slit each others' throats - express significant doubt in the decision-making faculties of their boss, the U.S. commander in chief, Donald Trump.

Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 13 (ANI): US President Donald Trump reportedly referred his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah-al Sisi as a "killer", according to investigative Journalist Bob Woodward.