Caller Blasts White House Whistleblower's Attack On Donald Trump As "Fake News"

New York Times Op-Ed Shrouded in Mystery as President Trump Desperately Tries to Find Writer

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The writer is identified as an "administration official"- does that mean a person who works outside the White House?

Woodward, whose new book "Fear: Trump in the White House" hits book stores on Tuesday, described the incident in the interview with CBS as the most unsafe moment of Trump's nuclear standoff with North Korea.

"You look at the operation of this White House and you have to say, 'Let's hope to God we don't have a crisis'".

The op-ed, written by an unnamed "senior" official, described a secret inside effort to protect the country from Trump's "misguided impulses".

A caller branded the anonymous White House whistleblower, who attacked Donald Trump in a U.S. newspaper, as "fake news". Add Donald Trump as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Donald Trump news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

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A recent NY Times Op-Ed piece by an anonymous individual reportedly occupying the role of a Senior Administration Official in the Trump Administration has sparked outrage and fury from President Trump.

An Alabama supporter of President Donald Trump's told CNN that he would believe author Bob Woodward over the president.

"There's never been a more positive statement", Trump told reporters. "That person should be found out and stopped", Giuliani said.

The anonymous writer of the op-ed said the resistance inside Trump's administration is not the same as the resistance from the political left.

Woodward said that his reporting on this White House took him "in the belly of the beast".

"I have a golf pro who's mentally retarded", Trump told Stern.

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The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, called on the "coward" who wrote the piece to "do the right thing and resign".

Former CIA Director John Brennan, a fierce Trump critic, called the op-ed "active insubordination. born out of loyalty to the country".

"It probably won't take long for us to find out who wrote it".

Meanwhile, denials from key administration officials pour in.

Instead of a coordinated response, the administration and many of its members have issued around 30 separate statements attacking the article's contents and its author, and pledging fealty to the Trump Administration.

Trump on Twitter quoted a Fox News description of the event without long-range nuclear missiles as a sign of North Korea's "commitment to denuclearize".

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The anonymous author wrote that where Trump has had successes, they have come "despite - not because of - the president's leadership style, which is impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective".

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