The Watergate reporter was moderating a talk with New York Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey about their book about the Me Too movement.
There's "high anxiety" everywhere about a president who has "legitimized hate" in our political culture, the former Watergate reporter argues in a podcast interview.
"I think we have a governing crisis," the Watergate reporter said.
This is one story the veteran journalist is relieved to be passing up.
Kelly reportedly said being chief of staff was the "worst job" he's ever had.
The veteran journalist suggested how Trump could start to come clean.
Trump is probably saying, "This is great," the prize-winning journalist said of CNN's lawsuit seeking to restore its reporter's White House access.
“I’ve done this for 47 years and when I learned about that, I got a chill," the journalist told "Real Time" host Bill Maher.
Woodward told radio host Hugh Hewitt that he’d produce the tapes if asked.
Trump likes to read the printouts later on, Bob Woodward alleges in his new book.
“I just hope no one would talk like that, frankly," the veteran journalist told CNN's Anderson Cooper.
Trump said Woodward wrote his new book to "make three extra shekels."
That "1,000-percent" claim sure sounds familiar.
The famed reporter said the unnamed official phoned him after passages from "Fear: Trump in the White House" began leaking last week.
The publisher said it had ordered six reprints before the book had even reached stores.
"Fear" has an unforgettable final page, according to "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert.
The senior Trump administration officials are denying they mocked the president to "protect their jobs," the veteran journalist said.
The president's advisers reflect his own unfitness for office.
A proposed tweet would've been seen by North Korea as a sign that "an attack is imminent."
"Let's hope we don't have a crisis," the famed reporter said in assessing how the Trump White House operates.