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Trump’s Nervous Breakdown: A new book by Bob Woodward, Fear, is drawn from hundreds of hours of interviews with firsthand participants and witnesses, meeting notes, personal diaries and government documents covering Trump’s administration and the inner workings of a disconnected administration. The book, out Tuesday, re-creates — verbatim — page after page of private conversations with him. The 420-page portrait is all the more damaging because many of the scenes concern foreign policy and national security — truly heavy stuff. (Axios)
Ahead of publication Woodward spoke with Trump, who previously was blocked by aides from speaking to Woodward about the book. Read the transcript. (Washington Post)
Naturally, Trump took to Twitter.
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Bold Prediction: Serena will win the U.S. Open.
After a comfortable 6-4, 6-3 win last night to reach the semifinals, Williams is two wins away from matching historic mark. (NY Post)
Headlines from around the world.
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Bloomberg: Qatar Is First Gulf Nation to Grant Expats Permanent Residency
Best of late night.
“Guys, Labor Day is over! So get out your fall clothes, and then just put them away because it’s 100 degrees outside.”
— Jimmy Fallon
“Today The Washington Post has released some of Bob Woodward’s exposé of the Trump administration, ‘Fear,’ a book named after the emotion Trump feels whenever he sees a book.”
— Stephen Colbert
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