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The question Bob Woodward's book doesn't answer

15 September 2018

So, after looking at the journalist's tweets and the website's "About Us" section, the news that Bob Woodward lied in his newly published book, Fear: Trump in the White House, is indeed fake. Hijazi, an American citizen, was freed in 2017 after three years in detention in Egypt. Porter, who exited the White House after allegations of domestic violence became public, says he was tasked with ensuring that "pros and cons were evaluated" on policy proposals and other decisions. "This is the worst job I've ever had", Woodward alleges Kelly said. "I wish the people could see the real facts - and our country is doing GREAT!", Trump wrote on Twitter.

Porter said that suggesting materials from Trump's desk were "stolen" to prevent the president from taking action "misunderstands how the White House document review process works".

"At the same time", it said, "strengthened security cooperation with Egypt is important to US national security".

ERIC TRUMP then dismisses WOODWARD book as "sensational nonsense" he wrote "to make 3 extra shekels". "This is a clear signal that the Trump Administration is more than okay with President el-Sissi's targeting of human rights defenders". Egyptian police, the group said, systematically use "torture, arbitrary arrests and enforced disappearances to silence political dissent", according to a recent assessment. "Many have already come forward to say the quotes by them, like the book, are fiction". In 2004, Invoice Clinton's memoir "My Existence" sold larger than 1 million copies within eight days. The guide portrays Trump as an ill-educated and dishonest president and the West Wing workers as seeking to decrease the fracture.

Woodward's book on Trump is a product of deep research, and hundreds of hours of interviews with numerous Trump administration officials.

Mr. Woodward, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and editor at The Washington Post, agreed during an interview with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt.

The book sold more than 750,000 copies on its first day of publication and broke Simon & Schuster's preorder sales record.

The question Bob Woodward's book doesn't answer