Although "Fear" did not land in bookstores until Tuesday, the president spent the past week assailing the book as a "fraud, a "scam, a "joke", a "fiction" and a "con on the public".
"You can, in an nearly microscopic way, establish what occurred - and that's what I've done in this book". The former Goldman Sachs banker told Axios: "This book does not accurately portray my experience at the White House".
Woodward has consistently said he stands behind his reporting on Trump's actions. They've denied making the statements.
Rob Porter, the former White House staff secretary who is featured heavily in the book, in a statement Tuesday said he was "struck by the selective and often misleading portrait" the book offers of the president and the administration. Woodward quoted important senior members from the Trump administration insulting their boss and showing concern about his mental capacity.
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In other tweets Monday morning, Trump claimed that the White House, which has experienced significant staff turnover and other tumult, is a "smooth running machine" and touted economic figures under his leadership. That allowed him to use the material, but not attribute it to the sources. "'I'm not making a deal on anything until we get minerals.' And the U.S. 'must stop payments to Pakistan until they cooperate'".
That claim aside, people inside the West Wing say the identity of the writer remains a topic of heated discussion as reports emerged that a list of possible authors had been drawn up.
The book by the longtime Washington Post reporter says former Trump economic adviser Gary Cohn once removed a document from the president's desk that would have ended a trade deal with South Korea. "We're in Crazytown", Kelly said, according to Woodward.
Chief of staff John Kelly told colleagues he saw Trump as "unhinged" and "an idiot".
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"The secretary of defence has to tell him: "because we're trying to prevent World War Three".
At a White House press briefing, Sanders slammed the book "Fear", from veteran journalist Bob Woodward, as "careless and reckless".
Woodward's book (published by Simon & Schuster, a division of CBS) paints a picture of disorder within the Trump White House and features devastating quotes from administration officials about its inner workings. "People closest to him do not trust him", he added, "And the impulse-driven presidency is something that the more people know, the more they realize we're at risk".
"Well, the book is already out", he said.
High-definition video from space shows the extreme power of Hurricane Florence
EDT (0555 UTC) on September 10, the MODIS instrument aboard NASA's Aqua satellite looked at Hurricane Florence in infrared light. EDT (1500 UTC), the eye of Hurricane Florence was located near latitude 25.0 degrees north and longitude 60.0 degrees west.