Fear: Trump in the White House

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Book Information

• Author :Bob Woodward
• Pages :
448 Sheets
• ISBN-10 :
• ISBN-13 :978-1501175510
• Release :
September 11, 2018
• Publisher :
Simon & Schuster

⊕ Plot Summary : “THE INSIDE STORY ON PRESIDENT TRUMP, AS solely BOB WOODWARD will TELL IT – With authoritative news honed through eight presidencies from President Nixon to Obama, author Bob Woodward reveals in new detail the torturesome life within President Donald Trump’s White House and exactly however he makes choices on major foreign and domestic policies. Woodward attracts from many hours of interviews with primary sources, meeting notes, personal diaries, files and documents. the main target is on the explosive debates and therefore the decision-making within the Oval Office, the case space, Air Force One and therefore the White House residence. concern is that the most intimate portrait of a sitting president ever printed throughout the president’s 1st years in workplace.


“In the worldwide capital of leaks and anonymous dishing that’s Washington, secrets will be nearly not possible to stay. however somehow over the past nineteen months, the very fact that America’s most noted investigatory journalist was quietly break away at a book that delves into the dysfunctions of President Trump’s White House remained mostly unknown.” (The Washington Post).

“Senior officers, acting as lone wolves involved with conserving their own reputations, spoke to Woodward on their own — with some granting him hours of their day out of a concern of being the last person within the space to supply his or her viewpoint. jointly former administration official place it: ‘He hooked someone, which place the concern of God in everybody else.’ Another former official added: ‘It’s gonna be killer. everybody talked with Woodward.’” (Politico).

“Donald Trump is on the brink of get the Bob Woodward treatment.” (CNN) – In 2014, Henry M. Robert Gates, former director of the independent agency and Secretary of Defense, aforementioned that he wanted he’d recruited Woodward into the independent agency, spoken communication of Woodward, “He has a rare ability to urge otherwise accountable adults to spill [their] guts to him…his ability to urge folks to speak concerning stuff they shouldn’t be talking concerning is simply extraordinary and will be distinctive.””

⊗ Author Profile

Bob Woodward – extremely an excellent journalist? The question could seem odd once it involves Associate in Nursing icon of yankee journalism, immortalized by Robert Redford within the Men of the President, and during which the nice French media specialist Michel Hazanavicius saw the original of “total journalism”. however it’s nevertheless at the guts of a protracted paper printed on on Slate.com by journalist Tanner Colby, WHO asks: “Does it merit its legendary status?”

Colby is that the author of a history of actor John Belushi, Belushi: A history, printed in 2005, twenty years at the moment written by Woodward, Wired: John Belushi’s Short Life and quick Times. Originally from a similar town as Belushi (Wheaton, Illinois), Woodward had written this history at the request of his widow, however his work was a lot of criticized by the actor’s relatives, to the purpose that Judy Belushi contacted herself Tanner Colby to order him a brand new book.

“For one year, page when page, supply when supply, I re-interviewed and rewrote a book by Bob Woodward,” Tibby wrote, spoken communication the book may be a central a part of the journalist’s work as a result of it’s It found outside its “comfort zone” yankee politics and its procession of high-level sources.”

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