Last week, after the release of Bob Woodward’s hit piece book on President Trump, he tweeted his thoughts on the book, and how Woodward completely ignored the incredible and historic successes of his presidency:

The Woodward book is a scam. 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! 

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This week, the author of the book titled “Fear: Trump in the White House”, that sounds more like a Stephen King novel, admitted that he worked very hard to prove Trump colluded with Russia, the problem is, the guy who famously exposed the Watergate scandal, had to confess that he was not successful in his quest to prove that Trump was guilty of collusion.

Daily Caller – Veteran reporter Bob Woodward said Friday that he conducted a thorough investigation into possible Trump-Russia collusion while researching his latest book, “Fear: Trump in the White House,” but found no evidence of a conspiracy.

“Did you Bob Woodward hear anything in your research or your interviews that sounded like espionage or collusion?” conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt asked Woodward during an interview.

“I did not. Of course, I looked for it, looked for it hard,” replied Woodward.

Woodward, who is best known for his investigative work uncovering the Watergate scandal, did leave open the possibility that special counsel Robert Mueller has secret evidence that President Donald Trump or his campaign worked with the Kremlin to influence the 2016 election.

“We’re going to see what Mueller has,” Woodward said.

“[Former Trump attorney John Dowd] may be right. He has something that Dowd and the president don’t know about — a secret witness, or somebody who has changed their testimony. As you know, that often happens and that can break open or turn a case,” the reporter continued.

“But you’ve seen no collusion?” Hewitt asked.

“I have not,” said Woodward.


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