Trump promises a 'real book' on his White House

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Trump Jr. said he believes a "low-level person" penned the scathing op-ed in The New York Times that described a morally unmoored president whose "more misguided impulses" are thwarted by staffers. While the president expressed annoyance that Barack Obama was taking credit for the nation's economic success, he told one adviser that the former president's increased visibility would give Trump more chances to attack a figure who remained very unpopular with his base.

Sanders replied that if an individual is trying to undermine the presidency and is potentially attending meetings where national security is being discussed, "that would certainly be problematic and something the Department of Justice should look into". Trump allegedly asked Christie about transition team funds.

Woodward said the book reveals shocking details about the inner-workings of Donald Trump's administration, but the most shocking parts are centered around the president's willingness to break with long-standing policy traditions.

And when one reporter asked how Trump could expect to win a credibility battle against Woodward - the Washington Post reporter who helped uncover the Watergate scandal and take down then-President Nixon - Sanders had a response ready. "Trump wasn't buying it", writes Woodward.

Trump urges ‘incredible’ people in Carolinas to take precautions for Hurricane Florence
The governors of North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia declared states of emergency far ahead of the approaching storm. In addition, in the Pacific, what's now Hurricane Olivia is forecast to approach Hawaii as a tropical storm on Tuesday.

Speaking on Good Morning America, Don Jr. said: 'I think there are people in there that he can trust, it's just - it's a much smaller group than I would like it to be. "I wish the people could see the real facts - and our country is doing GREAT!", Trump tweeted on September 7.

"It was clear that Trump did not understand the way the U.S. government debt cycle balance sheet worked", Woodward wrote. The suggestion that materials were "stolen" from the President's desk to prevent his signature misunderstands how the White House document review process works - and has worked for at least the last eight administrations.

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

Cohn explained that that could be seriously harmful to the US's fiscal and economic situation, but Trump did not appear to understand, the book says.

Steve Yzerman reportedly stepping down as Tampa Bay Lightning GM
It was widely believed that he'd be in line for a general manager job soon - just not this soon, and not in Tampa. The Lightning made it to the Stanley Cup Final in 2015, but since then have had trouble getting over the hump.

President Trump also tweeted that Woodward's book is "a joke" and "another assault" against him. That comes on top of Defense Secretary James Mattis being quoted as saying Trump had the understanding of a "fifth- or sixth-grader".

"I'm not because I know what I did and I'm not anxious about any of that", Don Jr. said.

"The Woodward book is a scam".

Woman killed estranged husband outside Walmart, in front of 3 kids
Giles shot Coutee once in the chest on Saturday in front of three children, one of which was a daughter they shared together. Coutee reportedly claimed the man was addicted to drugs and was concerned about having him around the children.

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