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Trump Lawsuit: Bob Woodward Concealed *Key* Parts of Months Long Interviews With President Trump

President Trump is suing pseudo-journalist Bob Woodward over heavily redacted recordings which violate his agreement with Donald Trump. Woodward had to do something after his book “Rage” was a total flop. Both his book and Trump’s lawsuit begin with the phrase, “The media today probably does not dig deeply enough or spend sufficient time on
stories. The best way to ensure that sources will be open and honest is to treat them fairly.” This is something he has never done.

The Gateway Pundit reported Woodward’s misuse of tapes he made over a period of a year. There are witnesses who heard Trump tell Woodward that the tapes could only be used for his book. Trump has initiated a lawsuit against Woodward. His mistake was listening to RINO Lindsey Graham, who convinced him it would be a good thing. Woodward redacted large parts of the conversation. Fortunately, President Trump’s deputy press secretary, Hogan Gidley, recorded the interview with Woodward from his phone.

We can now compare what Woodward released as opposed to everything that was actually said.

From the lawsuit:

Here is a sample of the raw material. Crossed-out sections were cut by Woodward:

 

From The Gateway Pundit

Woodward himself goes on to say that he “really wants to understand…” but then admits that he has not read the aforementioned Whistleblower Report.  The latter admission is redacted from the “raw” audiobook as well.

Later, Woodward redacts President Trump saying “And, by the way, if anybody looked at that horrible tape with Biden, you’d fully understand that, and he brought up the name Rudy Giuliani, by the way, he did – the President (Zelensky).”

Woodward would go on to also redact this imperative statement: “The only reason I and, by the way, I got approval from Ukraine before I did it, because I was very, I said – Geez, you know, it’s a terrible thing to do.  A terrible thing to do.  So, we called Ukraine.  We said – Do you mind if we release this conversation?  And we got approval.  Otherwise, I wouldn’t have been able to release it.”

This is, of course, relating to the now infamous phone call with President Zelensky, a foundational piece of evidence in the first impeachment, where President Trump mentions that Biden had a prosecutor in Ukraine fired.  Biden has bragged as much.

The entire first impeachment was ultimately predicated in large part to a made up narrative from an anonymous whistleblower that accused President Trump of doing the exact same thing Joe Biden is on the record admitting to doing in the above clip.

 

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