10 things to know from Bob Woodward’s new Trump book - The Boston GlobeChat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. More Videos Woodward book reveals 'crazytown' White House President Donald Trump 's closest aides have taken extraordinary measures in the White House to try to stop what they saw as his most dangerous impulses, going so far as to swipe and hide papers from his desk so he wouldn't sign them, according to a new book from legendary journalist Bob Woodward.
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Bob Woodward has explained why he used anonymous sourcing in his bombshell new book about President Donald Trump's White House, saying that reporters often have "no alternative" when it comes to reporting on the highest levels of power. Woodward said on Tuesday that he and fellow reporter Carl Bernstein turned to using unnamed sources then because otherwise "you can't get the truth. Without allowing anonymity, he said, "we wouldn't have got the most important stories about what Watergate was about. But Trump and his allies have sought to dismiss Woodward's new book, " Fear: Trump in the White House ", based on its use of anonymous sourcing. Woodward said he was unbothered by Trump's response: "He has a right to say what he wants.
Buy All the President's Men Unabridged by Carl Bernstein, Bob Woodward (ISBN : ) from Amazon's Book Store. This one is so laden with names , facts, new characters and sources that it often meant reading a page and then.
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A copy of the book was obtained, days before its official release, by the Washington Post, which reported on several of its most arresting details on Tuesday. Woodward has been a star reporter at the Post since and remains an associate editor. - Flies should choose their walls carefully. No one can beat Woodward at getting the story of the White House from the inside, from the perspective of the decision makers as they saw themselves.