The paper's opinion section said it was taking the rare step of publishing an anonymous article because disclosing the author's identity would jeopardize the person's job.
And there's the episode when the president's former chief economic advisor Gary Cohn called him a "professional liar" and was so alarmed by something he saw on Trump's desk-a draft letter that would have withdrawn the United States from a critical trade agreement with South Korea-that he removed it without telling the president.
"The dilemma - which he does not fully grasp - is that numerous senior officials in his own administration are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations", the official wrote. But we believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic.
"I come from a place where if you're not in a position to execute the commander's intent, you have a singular option, that is to leave", he told reporters at an impromptu briefing at the USA embassy in New Delhi.
A spokesperson for the vice president denied that Pence was behind the op-ed, saying in a statement Thursday that the Times "should be ashamed and so should the person who wrote the false, illogical and gutless op-ed".
White House officials didn't immediately respond to a request to elaborate on Trump's call for the writer to be turned over to the government.
In the column, the official presents a damning assessment of the Trump presidency and the official suggests there is a network of officials working behind the scenes to protect the nation from Trump.
The book, which is set to be released on September 11., alleged that Trump's current and former aides have called him an "idiot" and a "liar".
Pompeo's spokeswoman started to turn to another question, but the secretary interjected: "I'll answer your other question directly because I know someone will say, 'Gosh, he didn't answer the question.' It's not mine".
Publication of Woodward's book has been anticipated for weeks, and current and former White House officials estimate that almost all their colleagues cooperated with the famed Watergate journalist. Trump said on Twitter Wednesday night.
The anonymous author was gutless, the president said.
More broadly, the White House's emerging strategy to push back against Woodward's reporting seems to be going after those former officials suspected of sharing documents and stories, according to several people familiar with the game plan. But the fact of the matter is that we've seen news like this come and go, each one appearing to be the nail in the coffin and each one rusting within days.
They claimed that early on in the presidency there was talk of trying to remove the president by invoking the 25th Amendment, but that this was dismissed as potentially triggering a constitutional crisis.
It would be a huge victory before the November elections. 'I understand the penalty comes with potential ousting from the Senate. Richard Blumenthal of CT , "selecting a justice on the Supreme Court who potentially will cast a decisive vote in his own case".
After ending a phone call with the commander in chief, Mattis reportedly told his a top aide to ignore the president's order. I think you've always been fair. " I stole it off his desk ", Cohn told an associate, according to Woodward. "Let's go in.
Kim insisted that formally ending the Korean War had nothing to do with USA troops stationed in South Korea , Chung said. Seoul and Pyongyang both want a declaration to formally end the 1950-53 Korean War, which ended in an armistice.
He likened it to another controversial, landmark Supreme Court decision, the Miranda ruling about the rights of criminal suspects. But the Democratic frustrations that boiled over on September 4 had been simmering for more than two years.
Sousa, who totaled 21 winners to 28 unforced errors, has never taken a set off Djokovic in five career head-to-heads. And now he's gone, beaten at the US Open by an opponent ranked outside the top 50 for the first time in his career.
According to the World Bank, China has lifted more than 800 million people out of poverty since its economic opening up in 1990. China is investing billions of dollars in aid and projects, making Africa the most focused destination under the BRI.
The Brexit secretary is due to face MPs with the government's plans under attack from both sides of the European Union debate. British Parliament returns from its summer break on Tuesday, with finalising the Brexit deal the key focus of business.
In the book, Woodward writes about Mattis and Kelly's frustrations about working with the president, at times defying his demands. Here are some of the most revealing and disturbing excerpts from Woodward's book , which will be published on September 11.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi termed the incident "deeply unfortunate" and hoped for the speedy recovery of the injured. Majerhat bridge in South Kolkata has collapsed. "Hard to gauge enormity of tragedy as yet looking at visuals".
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Bournemouth veteran Jermain Defoe says Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette must be Arsenal's attacking combination. Danny Ward cancelled out Auba's strike before Lacazette netted an 81st-minute victor following some fine work by Lucas Torreira.
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