"I'll write the real book!"
The anonymous official, identified only as "a senior official in the Trump administration", launched a almost unprecedented attack on the President in the op-ed, saying Trump's "erratic" and "amoral" behaviour is "detrimental" to America's health. "CNN will definitely have you on there because they love to trash the president", Eric Trump said.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders refused to back down from that idea on Monday, despite the fact that there's no indication any laws were broken.
Porter said that suggesting materials from Trump's desk were "stolen" to prevent the president from taking action "misunderstands how the White House document review process works".
"You don't get to do it that way", Cohn said, according to Woodward.
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Some figures who are quoted in the book, like chief of staff John Kelly and defense secretary James Mattis, have denied making derogatory remarks about Trump.
The president's frustration grew when, soon after portions of Woodward's book were leaked, the New York Times published an anonymous op-ed by a senior Trump official who wrote of a quiet "resistance" inside the Trump administration, working against some of the president's wishes.
Woodward, who does not name his sources but apparently had extensive access to many White House insiders, describes some of Trump's top aides and cabinet members as having deep disdain for him. "The Dems are going insane!" he said. Trump allegedly asked Christie about transition team funds. "Frankly, the White House and the staff here are focused on doing our jobs", she told CNN's Jeff Zeleny.
"As anyone who has worked for Trump knows and I think that establishes this also", Woodward told Perino, "that it's very hard to control Trump".
In his first of what promises to be an exhaustive round of media interviews, the noted journalist who, along with Carl Bernstein, won the Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Watergate, told David Martin of CBS News, "You look at the operation of this White House and you have to say, Let's hope to God we don't have a crisis".
Trump has already tweeted his low opinion of the book.