The Washington Post has revealed many surprises and secrets when it recently published the best excerpts from the forthcoming book “Fear” by Bob Woodward, which revealed the details of the Watergate scandal.
The book revealed that the White House was about to collapse because of Trump’s actions And policies. The book quoted some words echoed close to the President of the United States and that he does not know anything about global policies.
The new book exposes the orders given by US President Donald Trump to the assassination of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Some chapters of the book also revealed how the president’s close aides treated him to persuade him to retreat from this idea, fearing of major diplomatic problems and crises may take place then.
Woodward described what these advisers did with the administrative coup within the White House on several of Trump decisions that could have catastrophic consequences.
For example, Gary Cohen, one of Trump’s closest economic advisers, wrote a letter warning Trump of a decision he would take to end economic cooperation with South Korea. Cohen alos warned Trump of the dangers of his continuing threats to withdraw from the US-Free Trade Area America, Canada and Mexico.
The newspaper published some pages of the book, which highlighted the scenes and details of the period in which Trump issued instructions for the assassination of Bashar al-Assad. Where the book revealed that after the allegations that spread about the use of chemical weapons in April 2017 in Khan Sheikun, which killed 87 people, including 30 children, Trump asked Defense Secretary James Matisse to assassinate what he called the dictator.
Woodward revealed in his book that Trump then gave orders on April 6 to launch an attack on the Syrian base in Homs and about 59 Tomahawk missiles were launched by the US aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean and that was the most logical response.
Trump in the eyes of his advisers:
In Woodward’s book, the White House is described as a homeless hometown where some of the words uttered by John Kelly, a former US military officer who served as White House chief of staff, were quoted as saying, “He’s a fool!
The book “The fear” discusses Trump’s unpredictability and lack of understanding of world politics, which made White House staff and advisers feel frustrated and depressed, causing a “nervous breakdown” in the White House. White House Chief of Staff John Kelly described the president as “mentally unstable”.
The book also revealed some of the words echoed by Defense Minister Matisse to some of his confidants, who confirmed that Trump is an unbalanced person and his intelligence is in the same intelligence as a student in basic education.
The book recounted the attempts by Trump’s lawyers to prepare him for his confrontation against the investigator Moller, but they failed to prepare Trump for the match. John Dodd, head of the Trump lawyers’ team, assured Moller that Trump would not talk about anything
The White House criticized the authenticity of a forthcoming book that draws a realistic picture of the top aides of US President Donald Trump and their fervent struggle to soften extremist policy decisions or prevent reckless orders.