President Donald Trump has sought to discredit Woodward and numerous bombshell claims he wrote in the book, but the author and veteran journalist said he had "boxes of recordings and documents" to back up the accounts. As with "Fire and Fury" and other anti-Trump books, the president has condemned "Misfortune" as unfounded.
"Shekels is a derogatory term used by white supremacists that ties into the myth that Jewish people only care about money", Hankes said, adding that it's "used constantly by the extreme right and particularly neo-Nazis".
The president's son Eric Trump appeared on "Fox & Friends" on Wednesday to denounce the book and was lambasted by critics for his choice of language.
Woodward recounted some of the evidence he had for his sources in the book, which provided an unflattering behind-the-scenes look at the Trump administration during its critical moments.
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 13 (ANI): US President Donald Trump reportedly referred his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah-al Sisi as a "killer", according to investigative Journalist Bob Woodward.
"Misfortune" is almost about assured of joining Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" as one million-selling takedown of Trump.
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In addition, Trump allegedly mocked the voice of the Egyptian President, saying, "Donald, I'm anxious about this investigation".
Fear: Trump in the White House is anti-Trump and full of damning allegations about the president's administration. "Many have already come forward to say the quotes by them, like the book, are fiction".
Bob Woodward says key people in the White House say they spend a third of their time preventing bad things from happening.
Since becoming famous in the 1970s for his Watergate reporting, Woodward has written several best-sellers about sitting presidents. Publisher Simon & Schuster said it was the fastest-selling book in its 94-year history, and that it would order a ninth round of printing to accommodate the demand.