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Bob Woodward is an associate editor at The Washington Post. "Fear: Trump in the White House" is now available:
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Bob Woodward Sep 20
"The term and I developed a long time ago is 'the best obtainable version of the truth.' There has been a lot of reporting on the lies, the things that are untrue....What are the consequences of those things that are untrue?"
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Bob Woodward Sep 20
"I think our job is not to love or loathe people we’re trying to explain and understand. It is to tell exactly what people have done, what it might mean, what drives them, and who they are."
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Bob Woodward Sep 20
“Woodward at his best, the quintessential investigative reporter”
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Bob Woodward Sep 19
"You test it with other people and documents and notes and it makes a big difference when somebody tells you something and you get your hand on the document itself. ... I had the luxury of time, of essentially two years to work."
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Bob Woodward Sep 19
"13 totally bananas moments from Donald Trump's phone call with Bob Woodward"
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Bob Woodward Sep 19
"Destroying alliances is...[Trump’s] genuine, unquenchable passion...His stamina in pursuit of these demons is impressive. Every day in his White House has the disintegrating feel of final days, but the next day is the same, and the story never ends."
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Bob Woodward Sep 19
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Bob Woodward Sep 18
"I think that the most ardent Trump supporter could read the book and not feel comfortable about the management and the staying the course. There’s not a team. You know, it’s a team of predators."
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Bob Woodward Sep 18
“Fear” inside the Trump White House: with
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Bob Woodward Sep 18
"One of [Woodward's] most detailed, most revealing scenes takes place in the Tank, the secure windowless meeting room of the Joint Chiefs of Staff...Trump, who cares only about scoring a profit off allies, keeps repeating, 'It’s all bullshit!'”
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Bob Woodward Sep 18
"The book that Fear really reminded me of is The Final Days...The depth of dysfunction inside the White House. The President's unpredictability and moodiness. The White House's inability to focus."
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Bob Woodward Sep 17
"There is a kind of deep reporting to everything in the book....It's a reliable book from reliable sources. There are people and there are documents and I quote from documents at length. So, it's carefully, meticulously done."
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Bob Woodward Sep 17
"A coarse and feckless viciousness is the operating procedure of his White House, and the poison spreads to everyone."
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Bob Woodward Sep 17
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Christiane Amanpour Sep 17
“It’s simple, basic reporting.” - “It’s very simply, reporting.” - 1976 to 2018, Nixon to Trump … Woodward and Bernstein respond to criticism about the use of anonymous sources in their reporting.
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Bob Woodward Sep 17
“There is plenty to discover in this meticulously reported account...brings the readers inside the room and on the phone line...its timing could not be more critical...the impressive bounty of evidence compiled by Woodward.”
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Bob Woodward Sep 17
“'Fear' is a remarkable feat of reporting…In the absence of an Oval Office taping system like the one that destroyed Nixon during Watergate, Woodward’s interviews, conducted under the shroud of deep background, are a pretty comprehensive substitute."
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Bob Woodward Sep 17
“Nobody’s ever worked in the White House that didn’t take something home….[writing a book is] a process of delay, patience, and trust.”
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Bob Woodward Sep 14
"The reporting is rigorous and careful...it also isn't personal. It is the best obtainable version of the truth."
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Bob Woodward Sep 14
"Often there are diaries, or notes, or documents supporting it...When somebody looks at this in 20, or 30, or 40 years, boxes of recordings and documents, they will see that this was very carefully done."
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