Publicado: Mier, Setiembre 12, 2018
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

Former White House aide pushes back on book

Former White House aide pushes back on book

MARTIN: Just in seconds remaining, the book is called "Fear".

Woodward's reporting has been challenged by Cohn, who told Axios: "This book does not accurately portray my experience at the White House".

"We are 55 days before a midterm election, and the White House is completely tanking the local candidates' messages, while Donald Trump goes on the usual partisan jihad", Messina argued.

"You crank out the great Washington denial machine", he says. And that's what we got to do. But after hanging up the phone, he told a senior aide: "We're not going to do any of that".

Woodward then describes a conversation on the issue with Chief of Staff Reince Priebus on July 26, 2017.

The Late Show is an hour-long show, and 20 of those minutes went to Woodward and Colbert talking about the book, its contents, and even a few historical references. "It's been the same all along", he told journalists.

"The things-some of the things-that Trump did and does jeopardizes the real national security", Woodward said. You just make things up, ' he adds. The letter stated that the US was planning to withdraw from a trade agreement with South Korea. Cohn and Porter got away with it because Trump "doesn't remember".

The anonymous author said that similar-minded officials within the administration are "trying to do what's right even when Donald Trump won't". Put it in Portland'.

All the names suggest the portrait Woodward paints of a White House in chaos, led by an erratic president whose own top aides maneuver to prevent him from taking steps they worry could be catastrophic. His book portrays Donald Trump as an angry man becoming increasingly paranoid about Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation.

Other details concern Trump's "lack of curiosity and knowledge" about global affairs.

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Además, el elenco se completa con Julieta Cardinali y Laura Esquivel ( Patito feo ) en la piel de Claudia Villafañe . El mismo Diego Maradona está formando parte con los testimonios sobre su vida en la formación de la historia.

Mattis was alarmed, telling close associates after the meeting that the President acted like - and had the understanding of - 'a fifth- or sixth-grader'.

When Cohn wanted to resign over Trump's reluctance to condemn the white supremacists who marched in Charlottesville, Virginia, Pence helped Trump convince him to stay. He's gone off the rails. "And I think we can break history", he said. "This is the worst job I've ever had".

For example, Porter's statement about the book calls it "selective" and "often misleading".

"It doesn't seem to be anybody very high up because everybody very high up has already said, 'It wasn't me, '" Trump said.

Trump has blasted the book ahead of its release, calling its author a "liar" on Twitter.

The president is displeased with White House Deputy Chief of Staff Bill Shine in particular because Trump thinks he wasn't able to push back the claims made in the expose. "Their quotes were made up frauds, a con on the public". Woodward is a Dem operative?

Woodward, who worked with reporter Carl Bernstein to break the news of the Nixon-era Watergate scandal, said the use of anonymous sources is necessary when covering presidential administrations.

Woodward was born in IL in 1943 and attended Yale University before serving in the US Navy until 1970.

Woodward's reporting has some critics.

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