Investigative journalist Bob Woodward’s book gives a surprising glimpse into the status of the Presidential marriage.
Bob Woodward, one of the investigative journalists responsible for breaking the Watergate scandal, and President Richard Nixon's consequential downfall has now published a book about President Donald Trump.
The book, entitled "Fear: Trump in the White House" offers a candid glimpse into the Trump Presidency and the workings of the White House under his leadership.
The book was released on September 11, 2018, and sold over 75,000 copies on the first day.
As riveting as some of the political shenanigans Woodward details may be, one particular revelation regarding Donald and Melania Trump's marriage is hogging the attention of the public and the media.
"Those who traveled regularly with Trump noticed that he and Melania seemed to have some sincere affection for each other despite media speculation.”
Bob Woodward, "Fear: Trump in the White House", September 11, 2018.
The revelation that is astounding the Nation is that Woodward states that Donald and Melania Trump sincerely like each other.
His book is based on a series of no-holds-barred interviews with anonymous sources within the Trump administration, and it is their perception of the Trump marriage that he shares with his readers.
The first-hand accounts of top Trump aids who spoke to Woodward reveal that the couple spends time together, and have dinner together frequently.
Woodward's sources claim that Melania and Donald Trump appear to genuinely like each other.
President Trump, 72, who was caught on tape boasting about groping women has been accused by several women of sexual misconduct.
The most serious challenge faced by the President is a lawsuit brought by Stormy Daniels, a pornography actress who is seeking to break a $130,000 non-disclosure agreement she signed in 2016.
The six-figure payout was meant to buy the actress' silence with regards to an affair she had had with the President.
The White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders released a statement on behalf of the President denying the veracity of the information in Woodward’s book.
The Press Secretary describes Woodward's sources as "disgruntled employees" and their statements as false.
In 1972 Woodward was working for The Washington Post and teamed up with fellow journalist Carl Bernstein.
It was the two men's investigation that brought to light the government's illegal surveillance of the Democratic National Committee headquarters in Washington, D.C., in the Watergate office building.
Their investigation led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon and was described as "maybe the single greatest reporting effort of all time" by the legendary journalist Gene Roberts.
In a related story, much speculation was aroused when Melania Trump chose to spend her husband's 72nd birthday - on the 14th of June 2018 - 200 miles away in New York City and did not acknowledge the landmark event on social media.