Philip Rucker

Washington Post

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National political reporter for the Washington Post

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The president calls himself a “very stable genius,” and stories from a new book by that name are already part of Trump lore. He was confused about Pearl Harbor.

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The president calls himself a “very stable genius,” and stories from a new book by that name are already part of Trump lore. He was confused about Pearl Harbor.

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Bob Woodward says his book, “Fear: Trump in the White House,” is based on hundreds of hours of interviews with White House insiders.

Bob Woodward's book describes the Trump White House as 'Crazytown'

Bob Woodward says his book, “Fear: Trump in the White House,” is based on hundreds of hours of interviews with White House insiders.

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Promoting human rights and democratic values is part of America's "brand" — a crucial part of its "leadership of the free world."

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Promoting human rights and democratic values is part of America's "brand" — a crucial part of its "leadership of the free world."

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