Woodward released additional audio recordings from his conversations with the former president during the first few months of the pandemic.
The former president sued the Pulitzer Prize Board for defamation for awarding prizes for reporting on Russian election interference allegations.
The former president filed a multimillion dollar suit against Bob Woodward in same month he was sanctioned over "frivolous" 2016 election lawsuits.
The former president is suing the Washington Post reporter after he released their interviews as an audiobook entiled "The Trump Tapes."
The lawsuit filed on Monday says that Trump has "one of the most recognizable" and "valuable" voices in the world.
The former White House adviser discussed the controversy surrounding Gary Cohn, who is alleged to have removed materials straight from Trump's desk.
Fifty years ago, five men were arrested for breaking into the Democratic National Committee's headquarters. The fallout would lead to the end of a presidency.
The journalists call Trump the country's "first seditious president" in a new foreward to their 1974 book "All the President's Men."
The former secretary of state told Bob Woodward this summer that the U.S. couldn't win in Afghanistan and it was time to bring the troops home.
"What's going on now really is an iron curtain of obedience to Trump," Bob Woodward said of Republicans.
The claims involving a phone call the senator allegedly had with Trump are detailed in a new book from Bob Woodward and Robert Costa.
McConnell reportedly described the former President Donald Trump as "a fading brand."
A new book claims the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told China he'd warn them if then-President Trump was planning an attack against them.
The veteran journalist said Trump is unable to fulfill the job of a president, which is to "protect the people, tell the truth, provide some sort of moral compass."
"No matter how hard you work and what you do, the president is going to do something detrimental to keeping Americans safe," former Homeland Security advisor Olivia Troye said.
Bob Woodward says that President Trump is "a bulldozer to the [White House] staff and, quite frankly, to the country" in an interview with Washington Post Live on book's release date.
President Donald Trump has been criticized for saying he downplayed the coronavirus crisis earlier this year.
The veteran journalist said the president had "repeatedly" told him that he had no idea how close the U.S. and North Korea were to conflict.
23 percent of Americans surveyed said journalist Bob Woodward's revelations had changed their perception of the president.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said that President Donald Trump "should have been straightforward with the American people" about the "hard facts" of the COVID-19 pandemic on Friday.
The Watergate journalist said Trump "is putting his own narrow presidential re-election efforts in front of the safety, health and well-being of the people of the United States."
The president has questioned why the journalist did not release the quotes earlier if he "thought they were so bad."
John Brennan said Trump would quit the White House "if he had a soul or a conscience" in the wake of details from Woodward's book.
The veteran journalist's new book unveils fresh details about Trump's pandemic response and relationship with Kim Jong Un.
The Fox News host expressed surprise that Trump would speak to the Washington Post journalist, and said that the South Carolina senator had encouraged him.
The president criticized a previous book by the journalist, prior to agreeing to several interviews for his latest release.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that Bob Woodard's book about the Trump White House "sounds like it's not gonna be good."
"They agreed to open their airspace not just to flights from Israel to the United Arab Emirates and back, but to all eastward travel," Jared Kushner said.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said President Donald Trump projects "his negative attitudes" onto other people.
When asked by reporters today if he "misled the public," the president responded "perhaps that's so."