Trump: Woodward book is an 'assault against me,' I'll 'write the real book'

President Trump took to Twitter on Monday and slammed Bob Woodward’s new book.

“The Woodward book is a Joke – just another assault against me, in a barrage of assaults, using now disproven unnamed and anonymous sources. Many have already come forward to say the quotes by them, like the book, are fiction. Dems can’t stand losing. I’ll write the real book!” Trump wrote.

Since the release of the damning excerpts by multiple media outlets, Trump has posted numerous tweets in an attempt to discredit the book.

“The Woodward book is a scam,” Trump tweeted last week.  “I don’t talk the way I am quoted. If I did I would not have been elected President. These quotes were made up. The author uses every trick in the book to demean and belittle. I wish the people could see the real facts – and our country is doing GREAT!”

“Isn’t it a shame that someone can write an article or book, totally make up stories and form a picture of a person that is literally the exact opposite of the fact, and get away with it without retribution or cost. Don’t know why Washington politicians don’t change libel laws?” Trump wrote on Twitter Wednesday morning. 

In his book, Woodward says that his research included “hundreds of hours of interviews with firsthand participants.” 

The New York Times notes, the book “portrays a White House with relentless infighting and a work culture so toxic and volatile that many of President Trump’s top advisers and cabinet members became accustomed to working around their boss, whom they described as unstable and uninformed.”

“Fear: Trump in the White House,” which will be officially released on Tuesday, has already made the Amazon’s bestseller list. 

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(Original Caption) 5/7/1973-Washington- The Washington Post won the 57th annual Pulitzer Prize for distinguished public service in journalism for its investigative reporting of the Watergate scandal. In annoucing the gold medal award, the trustee of Columbia University cited two Post reporters, Carl Bernstein (left), 29, and Robert Woodward (right), 30. Both are shown in the city room shortly after the announcement. UPI Photograph BPA2# 2696
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WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 29: Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Bob Woodward eulogizes his former boss and Washington Post Executive Editor Ben Bradlee at the Washington National Cathedral October 29, 2014 in Washington, DC. Bradlee died at his home in Georgetown October 21, 2014 at the age of 93. Bradlee was at the helm of the newspaper from 1968 to 1991, during which time it published the Pentagon Papers and stories documenting the Watergate scandal, leading to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 04: Bob Woodward, associate editor at The Washington Post, speaks during the annual conference of the National Association of Counties (NACo) March 4, 2013 at the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, DC. Woodward discussed his new book 'The Price of Politics' and had a book signing for his readers. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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WASHINGTON - NOVEMBER 02: Journalist Bob Woodward attends Chris Matthews' 'Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero' book release party at The Hay-Adams on November 2, 2011 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Paul Morigi/WireImage)
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