Woodward: Trump raged when told Israel-UAE deal wouldn't make book

Donald Trump requested Bob Woodward to incorporate the deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates in his e-book Rage, the writer stated on Sunday night time – and when instructed that used to be now not imaginable, tweeted that the e-book used to be “gonna be pretend”.

Woodward’s e-book is in response to 17 on-the-record conversations with the president and has stoked massive controversy, reputedly making sure similarly massive gross sales when it hits cabinets on Tuesday. Simon & Schuster’s preliminary print run used to be reportedly 1.3m copies.

Trump’s confession that he performed down the chance from the coronavirus has dealt him a serious blow as his re-election struggle towards Joe Biden continues. To spice up that marketing campaign, the management has offered a chain of diplomatic offers.

In an interview with CBS 60 Mins, Woodward stated he spoke to Trump once more on 14 August.

“It’s a tricky e-book,” Woodward stated he instructed the president. “There are going to be issues that you’re not gonna like, judgments that I made.”

The president stated: “Smartly, I didn’t get you in this e-book. Possibly I’ll get you at the subsequent one.”

“An hour and a part later,” Woodward stated, “he tweeted out that the Bob Woodward e-book is gonna be pretend.”

“The Bob Woodward e-book will likely be a FAKE, as all the time, simply as lots of the others were,” Trump’s tweet learn. “However, consider it or now not, in recent years I’ve been getting a lot of GREAT books!”

Woodward made his title with Carl Bernstein just about 50 years in the past, reporting the Watergate scandal which introduced down Richard Nixon. He has shared two Pulitzer Prizes and Rage is his 2nd Trump e-book, after the bestseller Concern.

Woodward used to be proceeding his exposure excursion on Monday, talking to NBC.

His conclusion to Rage turns out set to head down in posterity.

“When his efficiency as president is taken in its entirety, I will be able to most effective succeed in one conclusion: Trump is the mistaken guy for the task.”

He instructed CBS it used to be “a conclusion in response to proof, overwhelming proof, that he may now not upward thrust to the instance with the virus and inform the reality. And some of the issues that President Trump instructed me, ‘Within the presidency, there’s all the time dynamite in the back of the door.’

“The true dynamite is President Trump. He’s the dynamite.”


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