"I will write the real book": Trump attacks Woodward's "fiction" book and states that the author used "disapproved" sources for a box office attack to be published tomorrow
- President Trump continued to hit Bob Woodward and his next book on Monday
- He says that the journalist behind the attack dog tome used anonymous sources refuted & # 39; to make a kneecap
- & # 39; Fear & # 39; It's at the top of the Amazon bestseller list, but Trump insists it's just another assault & # 39;
- Woodward is half of the Washington Post duo who exposed the Watergate scandal of the Nixon era
- He is known as a meticulous interviewer and researcher
David Martosko, U.S. Political editor for Dailymail.com
President Trump increased his attacks against the famous Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward on Monday just 24 hours before his book "Fear" comes out.
"Woodward's book is a joke, it's just another assault against me, in a barrage of assaults, using anonymous and refuted anonymous sources," he wrote on Twitter.
"Many have already come forward to say that the quotes from them, like the book, are fiction," he said.
President Trump continued to hit Bob Woodward and his next book on Monday, saying that the journalist behind the tome of the attack dog used "destitute" fonts & # 39; to make a kneecap
& # 39; Fear & # 39; It's at the top of the Amazon bestseller list, but Trump insists it's just another assault & # 39;
And in a sign that he plans to be an aggressive counterattack before the November midterm elections, he stabbed his liberal opponents, suggesting that Woodward is among them.
& # 39; Democrats can not bear to lose. I will write the real book! Trump stabbed.
The volume of Woodward is the subject of intense debates and speculations whenever extracts from publications and other media are leaked.
The White House is working overtime to try to discredit him before it takes off on Tuesday, but high-profile critics have been few and far between.
Trump called on Monday to quote a junior journalist at the Washington Examiner, who broke the book on Sunday.
Woodward, half of the Washington Post duo who exposed the Watergate scandal of the Nixon era, is known as a meticulous interviewer and researcher
"I'm taking this book with a grain of salt and everyone should do the same," he said. Katelyn Caralle said. "Multiple sources, but almost all of them have come out and have discredited the claims made by Woodward, you can not take this book too seriously.
Advance orders led to & # 39; Fear & # 39; at the top of Amazon's bestseller list.