CNN Publishes Letter Reportedly Stolen From President Trump's Desk

CNN Publishes Letter Reportedly Stolen From President Trump's Desk

CNN Publishes Letter Reportedly Stolen From President Trump's Desk

US President Donald Trump almost provoked North Korea into war with a single tweet, renowned journalist Bob Woodward said in an interview with "CBS Sunday Morning" that aired Sunday.

"I've seen the references to it but I haven't read it and I don't know that I can give an informed opinion on it", he said.

Woodward alleges the tweet was never sent because the White House received information from a back-channel communication with North Korea saying the country would take a pullout of dependents as a sign that Trump and the USA were planning to attack.

In the same note, Woodward writes: "President Trump declined to be interviewed for this book".

Woodward wrote in his book that Cohn was "appalled" that Trump might sign the letter, and reportedly said, "I stole it off his desk". In one of his tweets, Trump fumed, "If the GUTLESS anonymous person does indeed exist, the Times must, for National Security purposes, turn him/her over to government at once".

President Donald Trump promised to write a book on his administration that sets the record straight, as he continued lashing out at the planned release of Bob Woodward's new book on Tuesday. According to the book, Mattis compared Trump's understanding of USA national security interests in the Korean Peninsula to that of "a fifth- or sixth-grader".

The big question underlying Mr Woodward's careful demolition of the Trump presidency is what can be done about it.

President Donald Trump attacked author Bob Woodward's book exposing dozens of scandalous and contentious moments in his White House on Twitter on Monday, and in doing so teased that he might write a book of his own.

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For his part, Woodward told NBC that while the sources are anonymous, the incidents are not-he provided a date and time for each one that appeared in the book.

'Dems can't stand losing. "These are political statements to protect their jobs".

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell referred to the accomplishments of the current Congress when asked about the op-ed during an interview on Fox News.

Typifying the sense that what would once seem absurd now counts for normality in this White House, Vice President Mike Pence on Sunday offered to take a lie detector test to prove he was not the author of the op-ed which assailed Trump for "half baked, ill-informed and occasionally reckless" leadership.

Trump said last week that Attorney General Jeff Sessions should investigate who authoredthe Times story as a matter of national security.

Trump responded to the book Wednesday in the Oval Office and said, "The book is fiction". By 10:50 am ET, Trump had tweeted or re-tweeted 15 times today, including a definitely not-canon Charlie Brown cartoon panel.

In a statement, Kelly flatly disputed maligning the president like that: "The idea I ever called the President an idiot is not true, in fact it's exactly the opposite". "Family members of the 28,000 people there, '" he said.

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