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"I'll write the real book!"

When Colbert brought up the fact that some people in the Trump administration were portrayed as types of heroes, Woodward replied, "You get to know these people, and you realize they're speaking from conscience, because they are anxious about Trump doing things". Woodward has said that senior Trump administration officials have not told the truth in responding to the book.

"As staff secretary, I was responsible for managing the flow of documents to and from the Oval Office and ensuring that anything the president was asked to sign had been properly vetted", Porter said in a statement.

In it, Woodward claims that Defense Secretary James Mattis once said the president has the understanding of "a fifth- or sixth-grader" and that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly called Trump an "idiot".

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That line is, "Dowd knew he could not bring himself to say to the president, 'You're a [expletive] liar.'" Meanwhile, the book opens on the widely-reported incident featuring Gary Cohn, who was then working at the White House, taking a letter off the president's desk. "So I think it's - in a sense - the wrong phrase".

Donald Trump refused to send any additional aid. -Common CauseWhile the op-ed argued that Americans should feel secure in the fact that there are "adults in the room", Common Cause argued that nothing in the piece should be comforting to the public.

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".

Finally, Trump Jr. acknowledged that the Democrats could win back the House during the midterm elections.

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"If that individual is in meetings where national security is being discussed, or other important topics, and they are attempting to undermine the executive branch, that would certainly be problematic and something that the Department of Justice should look into", Sanders said in her first briefing since the editorial was published last week.

Woodward, a Pulitzer-winning journalist, knows a little something about reporting on a peculiar White House. If I did, I would not have been elected president. "It would be very hard if it was, if they got caught".

Cohn also said that Trump floated an idea for making money off of rising interest rates: "We should just go borrow a lot of money, hold it, and then sell it to make money", Trump reportedly said. "What do we get from protecting Taiwan, say?"

More recently, Trump has accused Woodward of fabricating quotes and questioned whether US libel laws could be changed so that people who believe they have been wronged would be in a better position to seek "retribution".

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The non-denials stand in contrast to Chris Christie, who said in a tweet that quotes from the book were "incorrect".

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