First it was fear, now it’s rage. Following up on his 2018 best-selling book “Fear,” legendary investigative journalist Bob Woodward’s new book on President Donald Trump — titled “Rage” — will have stunning details about the President’s behavior and decision making, according to sources familiar with the book.
According to multiple sources familiar with the book, Woodward conducted more than a dozen interviews with Trump for “Rage” at the White House, Mar-a-Lago and over the phone.
Woodward is known to record all of his interviews with the permission of his subjects and sources.
CNN has learned Woodward did hundreds of hours of interviews with other first-hand witnesses, and according to his publisher, obtained “notes, emails, diaries, calendars and confidential documents” including 25 personal letters between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
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Exclusive: Interviews with the President and “love letters” between him and Kim Jong Un went into the making of Bob Woodward’s “Rage,” sources say https://t.co/NlX8Cpz2LK
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