Trump demands the New York Times unmask the anonymous op-ed author

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo condemned the essay.

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"It's not mine", Pompeo said during a trip to New Delhi.

Help us grow and continue telling Israel's story to the world. "Our office is above such amateur acts", wrote Jarrod Agen, spokesman for Mike Pence.

As Trump flew to Billings, Montana, for a rally where he was likely to rip into the article, more of his top advisers joined the crowd denying any responsibility for its authorship.

Coats said in a statement that speculation that he or his principal deputy wrote the piece was "patently false".

"When you tell me about some anonymous source within the administration, probably who is failing and probably here for all the wrong reasons - and the New York Times is failing - if I weren't here, I believe the New York Times probably wouldn't even exist", Trump said in a public meeting with USA sheriffs Wednesday.

"It may be cold comfort in this chaotic era, but Americans should know that there are adults in the room", the author continued.

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The writer describes the president as "impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective".

"And this person instead, according to the New York Times, chose not only to stay but to undermine what President Trump and this administration are trying to do".

A "very small number of people within the Times who know this person's identity", Dao reportedly said, adding that the company had spoken with the senior official directly.

Under its editorial guidelines, the Washington Post - the Times' chief rival and perhaps one of the only other newspapers that could have landed the anonymous official's op-ed - might well have passed.

The demand came shortly after Trump published a one-word message on Twitter: "TREASON?" He called it "gutless" and launched into an extended criticism of the newspaper.

Trump describes the editorial as "gutless".

"The intention is to damage the president, for everyone to think he's such a bad guy", said Sen. Meadows is the chairman of a House subcommittee that oversees the president's executive office and a founder of conservative Freedom Caucus.

"No-one wanted to precipitate a constitutional crisis", he/she writes.

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"Now, and The New York Times is failing", Trump said.

This morning, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders put a bit of a fork in it, saying that any inquiries about the matter should go to the New York Times from now on.

White House officials reached out to a noted Yale University psychiatrist last fall out of concern over President Donald Trump's increasingly erratic behaviour. She also accuses the individual of putting himself or herself ahead of the will of the American people.

"A lot of us [were] wishing we'd been the writer, I suspect ..." The White House is not immediately responding to a request for comment.

The book also recounts several episodes in which the president barked dramatic orders on the fly, such as assassinating Syrian President Bashar Assad, only to back down after national security and defense staff simply refused to execute them.

Trump called Woodward's new work "fiction".

Like hundreds of other reporters in Washington, the Times' news staff is trying to find out the writer's name.

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