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Donald Trump insisted Friday that investigative journalist Bob Woodward’s recordings of his a couple of interviews with the previous president, featured in Woodward’s upcoming audiobook, “belong” to Trump.

“We’ve already employed the attorneys to sue him,” Trump advised Fox Information host Brian Kilmeade Friday on his radio program. “Bob Woodward’s an overly sleazy man,” he added of the famed Watergate journalist.

Woodward’s audiobook, “The Trump Tapes: Bob Woodward’s Twenty Interviews with President Trump” is scheduled for unencumber on Tuesday. It comprises greater than 8 hours of the journalist’s 20 interviews with Trump over time, interspersed with observation from Woodward.

Trump seemed to concede that Woodward used to be the one that arrange the tapes and recorded the interviews, however insisted the rights to make use of the tapes belong to him.

“In some ways, I just like the tapes, I insist on tapes, however I additionally say the tapes belong to me,” Trump advised Kilmeade. “In order that approach Woodward has to get no matter deal he made, , we’ll most definitely finally end up in litigation over it. As a result of we gave tapes for the written phrase, now not tapes to promote, and that’s all the time made transparent,” he stated.

Trump insisted he advised Woodward “those tapes are for the written phrase, those tapes are to your [previous] e-book, those aren’t to be offered, those are tapes to your e-book, that can assist you. I love that as it’s extra correct,” he added.

“So now he’s making an audiobook out of it, so we’ll sue him,” Trump stated.

Woodward may now not straight away be reached for remark.

Some revelations from Woodward’s e-book have already been recounted in media retailers that bought advance copies.

In one of the crucial interviews in 2019, Trump admitted that letters from North Korean chief Kim Jong Un that had been seized in August from his Mar-a-Lago compound had been “so most sensible secret,” The Washington Put up reported. But he however confirmed them off to Woodward. “Don’t say I gave them to you, OK?” Trump can also be heard pronouncing on tape.

In every other audio recording from a 2020 interview with Woodward, Trump stated he most well-liked “harder and meaner” international leaders.

“I love Putin,” Trump advised Woodward, CNN reported after acquiring an advance reproduction of the audiobook.

“Getting at the side of Russia is a superb factor, now not a nasty factor, all proper? Particularly as a result of they have got 1,332 nuclear fucking warheads,” he advised the journalist.


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