The new book by journalist Bob Woodward, his second book during the Trump presidency, will contain 25 personal letters exchanged between President TrumpDonald John TrumpDemocrat urges the White House to pull out ambassador in Belarus on candidate TikTok that has gathered data from mobile to track Android users: report Peterson’s preliminary win at Minnesota House in key district MORE and North Korea Kim Jong UnKim Jong UnOvernight Defense: Trump pushes for a full restoration of the National Guard’s budget | Pompeo watchdog’s fault over the risk of civilian arms sales to Saudi Arabia Trump’s Missed Chance: Last year’s Top Three Mistakes Overnight Defense: Most VA staff noticed feces Racism is’ a moderate to serious problem. accidentally started war MORE, according to details of the book revealed by publisher Simon & Schuster on Wednesday.
Woodward’s 25 letters have never been made public, according to Amazon’s description of the forthcoming book, titled “Rage.”
Kim describes the relationship between the two leaders as a “fantasy movie”, according to the book’s description.
Woodward’s book is slated to be released on September 15, just seven weeks before Election Day.
“At key decision points, ‘Rage’ shows how Trump’s response to the 2020 crises stemmed from the instincts, habits, and style he developed in the first three years. First to be president, “describes the book.
Woodward’s book is drawn from hundreds of hours of interviews with eyewitnesses as well as participants’ notes, emails, diaries, calendars and confidential documents.
The cover of the book features a close-up photo of half of Trump’s face.
The book follows Woodward’s first book about Trump, titled “Fear: Trump in the White House.”
Trump said in January he was interviewed by Woodward after he turned it down Interview for Woodward’s first book about his presidency.
Woodward is an editorial associate at The Washington Post, where he worked 49 years to cover every president from former President Nixon to Trump. He made a name for himself along with Carl BernsteinCarl Bernstein Bob Woodward has spoken of the Brett Kavanaugh disclosure as anonymous source by the editor of the Washington Post: Bob Woodward’s Second Book report on Trump’s presidency is set for September. for Post on the Watergate scandal, which earned him one of the two Pulitzer Awards he has shared. He also shared in a Pulitzer Prize for reporting the 9/11 terrorist attacks.