Thursday, September 13, 2018

Bob Woodward Has A Trail Of Accuracy Issues That Nobody Is Talking About

Longtime journalist Bob Woodward’s best-selling new book, “Fear,” presents a scathing depiction of President Donald Trump and his ability to perform his duties as commander-in-chief.
While senior Trump officials including Secretary of Defense James Mattis have denied quotations attributed to them in the book, media coverage of “Fear” has been largely positive, emphasizing the 75-year-old Woodward’s experience and trustworthiness.
But that coverage has left out part of the story: repeated, credible charges — including from well-respected fellow journalists — that in previous books Woodward embellished the truth, made dubious bombshell claims or was otherwise misleading.
Woodward’s former editor at the Washington Post, Ben Bradlee, though publicly complimentary of Woodward, privately doubted some of the more dramatic elements of Woodward and Carl Bernstein’s Watergate-era bestseller, “All The President’s Men.”
Bradlee and Woodward’s former assistant at the Post, Jeff Himmelman, revealed Bradlee’s nagging doubts in a 2012 biography of the longtime editor. --->
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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

HAHAHAHAHAHA

You know who has accuracy problems? Hahahaha.

Plus, everything, literally everything, Trump does proves the book true.

In fact, it's probably worse that we can possible imagine.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

-Martha

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