Sec. of Defense James Mattis Refutes Allegations in Woodward Book

Brenda Watkins
September 16, 2018

It is more about stealing the documents which are through the Porter 10 times which is more often made up the legal excuses that are not to do about Mr. Trump who asked about it, as per Woodward reports. "Fear" had more pre-orders than any in other book in Simon & Schuster's history, according to the publisher, which has previously released such best-sellers as Hillary Clinton's "Living History" and Walter Isaacson's "Steve Jobs".

"The Woodward book is a Joke - just another assault against me, in a barrage of assaults, using now disproven unnamed and anonymous sources", the president tweeted Monday. I don't talk the way I am quoted.

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

Author and journalist Bob Woodward's controversial book Fear: Trump in the White House has been occupying the headlines of the US and worldwide media ever since the Washington Post published the first set of paraphrased excerpts. As with "Fire and Fury" and other anti-Trump books, the president has condemned "Fear" as false.

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

"I found FEAR to be the biggest piece of garbage I have ever read", wrote one Amazon customer, who, while claiming not to be a Scientologist, swears he's no "Hubbard-hater" either.

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The book has dominated political headlines since reports about it emerged last week.

"I mean, is that really where we are?"

Woodward's credibility as a renowned investigative reporter, however, gives the oft-heard accounts of incompetence and disarray in the White House a veneer of believability that Trump officials are straining to cheapen.

Finally, a book that makes Donald Trump's people look worse than Trump.

"[He] will make you sweat on the phone", Trump continued, in his conversation with Dowd, before making an impression of the Egyptian president.

Woodward shared a Pulitzer Prize for his Post reporting that led to President Richard Nixon's resignation in 1974 over Watergate.

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