The president's eldest son, who now runs the Trump Organization with his brother Eric, and has been campaigning aggressively for Republicans ahead of the midterms, dismissed Bob Woodward's book, "Fear: Trump in the White House", which was released Tuesday.
And apparently, with everything now out in the open, neither can Gary Cohn. Trying to stop Trump from imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum, Cohn reminded Pence that no state would be hurt worse than his home state of Indiana. He said his book "is as carefully done as you can do an excavation of the reality of what goes on".
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During the meeting at Trump Tower in November 2016, Cohn touched on a series of economic issues, including the Federal Reserve.
"We have reprinted six times for a total of seven to meet extraordinary demand - that will put one million books in print before we've even gone on sale", a Simon & Schuster spokesperson said to CNN "Reliable Sources" host Brian Stelter.
Trump also derided his predecessor's return to politics.
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Vice President Mike Pence addresses the American Legion's 100th national convention, Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018, in Minneapolis. The tweets attracted widespread attention and concern - "the Internet lost its collective mind", as Woodward wrote in his book. "Trump wasn't buying it", writes Woodward.
Bob Woodward's book "Fear: Trump in the White House" was released Tuesday. But the book doesn't say how Pence reacted to that revelation. His book portrays Donald Trump as an angry man becoming increasingly paranoid about Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation. The book claims Cohn was astounded by the president's lack of intelligence.
"They realized that [these documents] would endanger the country", Woodward said.
At the start of September, Trump took to Twitter to vent his frustration at the book.
The reporter explains how Trump asked how much the defence system costs and baulks at the $1 billion price tag. Both men are accused in the book of effectively removing things from Trump's desk to prevent him from taking certain actions. Pence's spokeswoman has previously denied that account.
Pressed on whether Trump can win a credibility battle with the Pulitzer victor who helped expose President Richard Nixon's Watergate-era transgressions, Sanders pointed to "actual, on record" accounts from White House staffers, again pointing to Mattis and Kelly, "not disgruntled former employees".