Majority says Trump administration running chaotically

by Dwayne Torres September 14, 2018, 0:40
Majority says Trump administration running chaotically

"I think this book shows in meticulous detail what happens at specific meetings, where the issues are addressed by President Trump and his staff, foreign affairs, North Korea, Afghanistan, the Middle East, all of the immigration, trade issues", he said.

The Politico/Morning Consult poll found that 61 percent of voters think the administration is chaotic, while 32 percent believe it is running well.

When Guthrie asked if some of the "Fear" sources lied on the record about true comments they made, Woodward replied, "I'm not going to - you're going to use the lie word". Trump has called the work a "fraud, a "scam", a "joke", a "fiction" and a "con on the public". Amazon said Tuesday that Woodward's book was out of stock and would be available to ship in one to three weeks.

Woodward stands by his reporting, telling NPR he attributes the denials to "political necessity". It has a margin of error of 2 percentage points. The main point is that certain White House officials had been trying to protect US interests despite President Trump - including by hiding documents to prevent him from signing them.

"That's fine", Cohn said, Woodward reports.

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"This is very low level person who will throw their name on an op-ed, and basically subvert the vote of the American people who elected my father to do this job", Trump Jr. said.

Porter, 40, left the White House after his two ex-wives came forward to say he physically or verbally abused them, with one revealing a photo of the black eye she said Porter gave her. It spiraled so thoroughly out of control, with Trump lashing out and making so many things up as he went, that his own lawyer told him there was no way he should actually testify, because he was incapable of not perjuring himself. I mean, to try to control the presidency while not the president.

The highly anticipated book, which chronicles some unflattering moments in the Trump administration, has been sourced from numerous current and former officials.

Kelly is quoted calling Trump "an idiot", and Mattis is quoted saying Trump has the understanding of "a fifth- or sixth-grader".

"Thank God the tweet did not go out", said Woodward, who described it as another example of Trump's "back-of-the-envelope policymaking" that eventually led to Kelly sending out a memo affirming these "fly-by-night" decisions would no longer be considered final, instead requiring formal documents signed by the president. We all know, for instance, how obsessed he seems with the notion that other countries are taking advantage of the United States, but throughout this book he sees that tension purely in dollars and cents, not in larger national interests.

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