The host then pointed out that Wolff's and Woodward's books are entirely different and need to responded in a different manner because the latter has written more than half a dozen books on the past presidencies.
"It would be easier to get things done if you're able to fully trust everyone around you", he said. According to a review of an advance copy obtained by Business Insider, the Woodward book includes some surprising details about President Trump's preferred tax and monetary policy.
Fear, which hit bookstores on Tuesday, paints a harrowing picture of the chaos within the White House, and tells how senior Trump administration officials attempt to reign in the president's worst impulses.
He questioned whether Woodward was "a Dem operative" and said that the "book has already been refuted and discredited by General (Secretary of Defense) James Mattis and General (Chief of Staff) John Kelly". He said people in Trump's administration are anxious that the president will sign things or give orders that threaten USA or world security and finances.
Woodward says he was shocked by the lengths to which staff went in an effort to circumvent Trump: "I've never heard in any way of staff going around a president this way and taking the paperwork, taking the orders in order to stop the action".
Since his reporting for the Washington Post with Carl Bernstein led former President Richard Nixon to resign in the mid-1970's rather than face impeachment, Woodward has won two Pulitzer Prizes and authored 18 best-selling books.
"I think you're subverting the will of the people", Don Jr. said. Earlier also in June 2017, Donald Trump had acknowledged PM Modi as his friend before Modi's first visit to United States after Trump took charge of the White House. Publication was followed by cabinet officials declaring publicly that they were not the op-ed writer.
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"I'm not because I know what I did and I'm not anxious about it", he said, again denying that he spoke to his father about his June 2016 Trump Tower sit-down with a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton.
Porter, it should be noted, was forced to leave the White House as Trump's staff secretary, after credible allegations emerged that he had abused his ex-wives.
Finally, Trump Jr. acknowledged that the Democrats could win back the House during the midterm elections.
"That doesn't mean they won't try to do something", he said of investigators, adding that he would "deal with it as it comes". "You know, people get complacent".
"This book does not accurately portray my experience at the White House". If I did I would not have been elected President. "And I think we can break history", he said.
While he has become popular on the campaign trail, Trump Jr. said he hasn't thought about running for office himself. We don't take it like others - like China", Donald Trump is quoted as saying during the July 19 situation room meeting."The US needed to get some of Afghanistan's valuable minerals in exchange for any support.