Bob Woodward's book Fear: Trump in the White House released on Kindle


Donald Trump has threatened to write a "real book" about his presidency - hours before the latest "expose" on his administration hits the shops.

The Politico/Morning Consult poll found that 61 percent of voters think the administration is chaotic, while 32 percent believe it is running well.

Woodward's book is based on "deep background" interviews, which he defines in his book as interviews where "all the information could be used but I would not say who provided it". Another 37 percent said it makes them less comfortable. The tweets attracted widespread attention and concern - "the Internet lost its collective mind", as Woodward wrote in his book. The veteran reporter has stood by his work. It has a margin of error of 2 percentage points.

Trump paid tribute Tuesday to the victims of the September 11, 2001, attacks, giving special honor to the passengers of United Flight 93, who charged the cockpit of their plane to stop hijackers from attacking Washington, D.C. As bells tolled and Americans stood in silence across the country, the president and first lady Melania Trump visited the Flight 93 National Memorial near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

"Fear: Trump in the White House" hits USA bookstores on Tuesday after a weeklong buildup, with published excerpts, leaks and interviews that portray Trump as dangerously erratic and uninformed.

In a statement last week, Mattis called the book "fiction" and said that "the contemptuous words about the president attributed to me in Woodward's book were never uttered by me or in my presence". That's what we've got to do, we need to know what's going on.

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After the chemical attack on Syrian civilians in April 2017, which prompted outrage across the world, Mr Trump reportedly said: "Let's f****** kill him!"

Where I find it especially useful is in identifying some of the recurring tendencies and preoccupations of this President.

"I mean, we've seen that happen with everything", he said. When it was pointed out that the solution to eliminating debt was not to borrow more money, Trump had an even better idea.

Porter, 40, left the White House after his two ex-wives came forward to say he physically or verbally abused them, with one revealing a photo of the black eye she said Porter gave her. That comes on top of Defense Secretary James Mattis being quoted as saying Trump had the understanding of a "fifth- or sixth-grader". Going one step further, Pence said he was "100 percent confident" that no one on his staff was involved and volunteered to take a polygraph "in a heartbeat".

"A third of my job was trying to react to some of the really risky ideas that he had and try to give him reasons to believe that maybe they weren't such good ideas", Porter told an associate, according to the book.