The Associate Editor of the Washington Post wrote in his upcoming book titled “Rage” that Kushner, President TrumpDonald John Trumptramp-backed candidate wins NH GOP Senate to take on Shaheen Trump, supporters gather without mask in NC despite local GOP request Trump-backed candidate take on Bappa More for NH GOP primary victoryHis son-in-law advised people that one of the most important guiding texts to understand his presidency was the classic children’s novel.
Kushner sang Cheshire Cat who, according to the paper, uses endurance and perseverance, not direction, as his strategy.
Kushner, who is quoted extensively in the book, said “the most dangerous people around the president are stupid idiots.”
Woodward allegedly interpreted Kushner’s quote as a reference to Trump’s former Secretary of Defense James mattisJames Norman Mattistrum’s battle with military risk for November press: Trump gives military middle finger salute in his absence from the Republican Convention, Trump’s former Secretary of State Rex tillersonRex Wayne Tillerson is skeptical of his absence from the Republican Convention, China’s four strategies Trump or Biden will need to consider Trump’s viewership declines and ratings higher And former National Economic Council Director Gary cohanGary David Cahnformer Director of the National Economic Council: I agree with 50 percent of House Democrats HEROES Act Sunday Preview Shows: Congress in the next round of coronovirus relief; GOP aggressively after the news of the flop ‘The Memo’.
In the book, Tillerson reportedly stated Kushner’s dealings with the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin NetanyahuBenjamin (BB) Netanyahmore According to the post, as “to see” and “stomach churning,”.
“Rage” is Woodward’s second book about Trump’s presidency. It includes information on a nine-hour on-the-record interview with the president.
The book is scheduled for release. 15. Woodward will appear on CBS’s “60 Minutes” on Sunday to interview her about her latest work.
On Wednesday, Woodward also released tapes of interviews with Trump, with audio acknowledging that he had deliberately reduced the risks of coronovirus.