Which John Kelly vehemently denies having ever said. He called the book delusional fantasy yesterday when that "quote" was released. Just another accounting of the White House citing nothing but "anonymous sources". Journalism is dead.
Which John Kelly vehemently denies having ever said.
right. as you would too if you were him. as if he'd admit it. too funny.
on another note.. the president privately called Sessions a ?traitor,? saying: ?This guy is mentally retarded. He?s this dumb Southerner . . . He couldn?t even be a one-person country lawyer down in Alabama.?
Between almost exclusively citing "anonymous" sources and abject denials by people actually cited, Woodward's book carries the same credibility as that nut case Omarosa's. Sad that an esteemed journalist who cut his teeth breaking the Watergate story has sunken to such a low due to his clear case of TDS. Journalism is dead.
It's no secret Woodward is no fan of Trump. He's been making the "news" talk show rounds for months slamming him and his admin every chance he gets. No, I have not read the book. But I have seen clear denials of his accusations from people he cited in the book already, not to mention the most salacious accusations always seem to be attributed to the ubiquitous "anonymous" sources. Seems to be totally acceptable these days in journalistic circles to make any accusation you want and fall back on "informed sources" or "anonymous sources" etc. It's a joke. If I say "according to anonymous sources, jackass is really an OK guy", are we all relegated to taking that as factual just because I said it and cite unknown sources?