Bob Woodward: 'People Need To Wake Up' To What's Happening Under Trump

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"Fear" has already sold more than 750,000 copies, Simon & Schuster announced Wednesday, the day after the book arrived in stores.

Woodward's publisher, Simon & Schuster, has reportedly ordered a ninth printing of Fear, which reportedly garnered more pre-order sales than any other book in the company's 94-year history. Wednesday morning the president's son charged the author of "Fear" - the latest bombshell book exposing the Trump administration as inept and corrupt - with writing it "to make 3 extra shekels". "This is a clear signal that the Trump Administration is more than okay with President el-Sissi's targeting of human rights defenders".

Author and journalist Bob Woodward's controversial book Fear: Trump in the White House has been occupying the headlines of the US and worldwide media ever since the Washington Post published the first set of paraphrased excerpts. I don't talk the way I am quoted.

"An article published by America's Last Line of Defense (using the domain name claims numerous sources didn't speak to Woodward and that he lied in the "trash" book". During an appearance on "Face the Nation" in May 2017, he told host John Dickerson that nothing keeps him awake at night, adding instead that "I keep other people awake at night".

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The book has dominated political headlines since reports about it emerged last week. The passage was apparently revealed by White House Associated Press journalist Zeke Miller, who got an early glimpse of the book: "Sean, I've killed people for a living".

The reference to "three extra shekels" drew criticism from people who believed it had anti-Semitic undertones.

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 USA commander in chief, Donald Trump.

Since becoming famous in the 1970s for his Watergate reporting, Woodward has written several best-sellers about sitting presidents.