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'Idiot,' 'Unhinged,' A 'Sixth-Grader': Aides Fault Trump In Explosive New Book

Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward's new book details a chaotic White House in which officials scheme to protect the nation from a president they sometimes consider a danger to it.
President Trump's top aides have wrought an elaborate system of schemes to keep him from taking actions they feared would hurt the country, according to accounts in a new book by Bob Woodward. Source: Spencer Platt

Updated at 4:13 p.m. ET

White House staff concerned about President Trump's leadership have hidden documents from him to prevent him from signing off on certain actions, according to reports about an explosive new book from renowned Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward.

Woodward's latest book, Fear, is focused on the Trump White House and is set to be officially released on Sept. 11.

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