He has deployed that form of reporting in his new book to tell the story of the Trump administration. Read a transcript of the interview here . Michael S. Schmidt , a Washington correspondent for The New York Times. Bob Woodward, right, spoke with Michael S. Schmidt at The New York Times on Monday.CreditEarl Wilson/The New York Times Mr. Woodward’s book, out today, depicts the Trump White House as an often out-of-control operation in which exasperated subordinates attempt to thwart what they view as reckless, ill-informed decisions by the president. Here are five takeaways from the book. “If this book has a single point to drive home, it is that the president of the United States is a congenital liar,” Dwight Garner writes in his review of “Fear.” Read about how The Times uses anonymous sources .
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