Bob Woodward writing inside account of Trump White House

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Unlike Michael Wolff, who wrote an insder book that came out in January, Woodward is a credible reporter and not at all a raging liberal.

The book's title comes from an interview Woodward conducted with Trump in April 2016 in which he said he believes power is derived from fear.

Famed journalist Bob Woodward has spent the last eight months writing "Fear: Trump in the White House", his upcoming book on President Donald Trump's first few years in office.

According to the Washington Post, the book, which will be Woodward's 19th, "reveals in unprecedented detail the harrowing life inside President Donald Trump's White House and precisely how he makes decisions on major foreign and domestic policies".

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"Instead, the author has told friends, he's gone back to some of the signature moves of his youthful reporting days", the newspaper, where Woodward is still an associate editor, said Monday.

Woodward, acclaimed for his work covering the Watergate scandal and President Richard Nixon's resignation at The Washington Post, has authored or co-authored 18 books, all of which have been national bestsellers.

The cover depicts a close-up of Trump's face, cast in a red filter.

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article mistakenly included a photo of former Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein instead of Bob Woodward.

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Woodward's account is based on "hundreds of hours of interviews with firsthand sources, meeting notes, personal diaries, files and documents".

Fear: Trump in the White House, by Bob Woodward, Simon and Schuster, 448 pages, $39.

Woodward and Post reporter Robert Costa asked Trump if he agreed with a quote from President Barack Obama in which he said that "real power means you can get what you want without having to exert violence".

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