The president's son Eric Trump appeared on "Fox & Friends" on Wednesday to denounce the book and was lambasted by critics for his choice of language. But the news seems to be fake, and we're here to tell you why.
Woodward's yarn of a dysfunctional Trump White Home has already sold larger than 750,000 copies, Simon & Schuster launched Wednesday, a day after the guide arrived in stores.
Bob Woodward, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist and author, rose to fame through his coverage of the Watergate scandal. Media coverage of the book sparked backlash from the White House even before its release, as excerpts were shared indicating that administration staffers "often have to engage in stealthy behavior to prevent Trump from being impulsive and to minimize disasters that could hurt the president and the country" and that White House chief of staff John Kelly is a hothead. "Fear" had more pre-orders than any other book in Simon & Schuster's history, according to the publisher, which has previously released such bestsellers as Hillary Clinton's "Living History" and Walter Isaacson's "Steve Jobs".
Eric Trump spoke out about Woodward's anti-Trump book and said, "Don't you think people look through the fact that you can write a sensational, nonsense book, CNN will definitely have you on there because they love to trash the president". "I think people see through this". "While I generally enjoy reading fiction, this is a uniquely Washington brand of literature, and his anonymous sources do not lend credibility".
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However, the news reported by America's Last Line of Defense is fake. "Is that really where we are?"
It also says that all the photos on the website are to be considered as satirical and are altered. Also, two of the links in the article are irrelevant and take you to different news, which further proves that the article is fake.
Woodward's book is portrayed by critics as a sobering glimpse into a West Wing submerged in a swamp of self-inflected controversy, where senior aides - when not attempted to essentially slit each others' throats - express significant doubt in the decision-making faculties of their boss, the United States commander in chief, Donald Trump.