By August 14, America had lost control of the pandemic. On the US President's mind was how he'd be portrayed in Bob Woodward's new book.

On August 14, the coronavirus pandemic was on fire in the US. More than 168,000 Americans had died, with more than 1,300 deaths that day alone. But when President Donald Trump called legendary journalist Bob Woodward, it was to find out one...

By August 14, America had lost control of the pandemic. On the US President's mind was how he'd be portrayed in Bob Woodward's new book.
On August 14, the coronavirus pandemic was on fire in the US. More than 168,000 Americans had died, with more than 1,300 deaths that day alone. But when President Donald Trump called legendary journalist Bob Woodward, it was to find out one thing: He had recently learned that Woodward's new book "Rage" was done and would be coming out in September, and Trump wanted to find out how he'd be portrayed.