Trump Sues Woodward, Argues Interview Tapes Released Without Consent

Former President Donald Trump on Monday announced a lawsuit against journalist Bob Woodward, claiming that he and his publisher released the recordings of his interviews without his consent.

  • Trump is seeking $49 million from Woodward and publisher Simon & Schuster Inc., in connection with the release of recordings to 2019 and 2020 interviews, according to the Washington Examiner.
  • “This case centers on Mr. Woodward’s systematic usurpation, manipulation, and exploitation of audio of President Trump,” Trump’s lawyers wrote.
  • Woodward, a longtime editor and reporter for the Washington Post, has published several books on the Trump White House including “Rage” and “Peril.”
  • In October 2022, Woodward released recordings of his 20 interviews with the 45th president.
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