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The third book by the great Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward about Donald Trump will be called Peril – completing a trilogy begun with Fear and Fury – and it will also include sections on the beginning of Joe Biden’s presidency.

Woodward gained fame in the 1970s, working with Carl Bernstein on the story of Watergate that toppled Richard Nixon. Peril is another co-production, with Robert Costa, also from the Post Office.

Announcing the title of Trump’s new book, which will be published Sept. 21, Simon & Schuster said they would “discover for the first time” that Trump’s resolution of the coronavirus pandemic and other issues is “far more than domestic political policy a crisis”.

Authors of the book a bunch of other Trump books which came out this summer and dominated the bestseller lists might not agree – not just Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker, who also wrote their hit, I Alone Can Fix It — but Woodward is undoubtedly a heavyweight in the field.

His new book with Costa, Simon & Schuster said, is based on more than 200 interviews, producing 6,000 pages of transcripts, as well as diaries, secret orders, transcripts of phone calls, e-mails and other government records, all of which he produces.an enchanting and definitive portrait of a nation on the brink”.

“This classic study of Washington takes readers deep into Trump’s White House, Biden’s White House, the 2020 presidential campaign, and the Pentagon and Congress with vivid eyewitness accounts of what really happened.”

As for Woodward and Costa’s reporting on Biden, the publisher said the book will provide “an inside first look at Biden’s presidency as it faces lifelong challenges: a continuing deadly pandemic and millions of Americans facing economic pain that breaks their souls. moving through a bitter and disabling partisan division, a world full of threats and a floating, dark shadow of the former president ”.

Here’s David Smith an interview with Woodward, from the time of Rage:

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