In Fear (2018), veteran journalist Bob Woodward explores the inner workings of the Trump administration. His reporting paints a picture of a disturbingly dysfunctional White House, staffed by individuals who are constantly undermining one another, often in an effort to prevent diplomatic and economic catastrophes from unfolding.
Bob Woodward is the associate editor of the Washington Post, where he’s worked for 47 years. Along with journalist Carl Bernstein, he’s received two Pulitzer Prizes. Their book on the Watergate scandal, All the President’s Men, was a national best seller, as were all of Woodward’s subsequent books, including Obama’s Wars and The Last of the President’s Men.
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