bob woodward

"What does this mean about our national security?" the famed Watergate journalist asked.
The former president filed a $49 million lawsuit saying that while he agreed to be taped, he never approved their public release.
The legendary Watergate journalist has never heard a president talk about the office that way, Woodward said in an MSNBC interview.
The former president claimed the real problem was not himself, but the media.
The author and journalist gives new details on letters the North Korean dictator sent to woo Trump, calling them "very unsophisticated."
The late-night host has one burning question for the ex-president.
“My God, Trump is conning not just me but his son," the Watergate journalist recalled thinking.
The "Late Show" host was stunned into silence for 10 seconds after hearing this one.
In a new audio, Donald Trump says he has “chemistry” with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
The legendary Watergate journalist issued a chilling condemnation of Trump with his audiobook of recorded interviews with the former president.