Renowned journalist Bob Woodward said in an interview Wednesday that he intended to “release an audiobook” of previously unpublished interviews with former President Trump.
“I am now going through nine hours of Trump interviews that I have done that have not been released. We’re going to release a nine-hour Simon and Schuster audiobook of Trump that we’ve never heard before,” Woodward said during the MSNBC interview. highlighted by Grabien.
“And you see who this man is, what he cares about, the focus on himself, the lack of caring about the people there,” he added, noting that the audio was from ” when he was president in 2020″.
“All of this is an incredible portrait of a man,” Woodward said.
The Watergate reporter’s remarks come just a day before the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol by Trump supporters will hold its first hour-long public hearing. prime time Thursday night.
Earlier this week, Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) said the panel found evidence that Trump supported “much more than incitement.”
“The select committee found evidence of much more than incitement here, and we’re going to present the evidence of all the actors who played a central role in what happened on January 6,” Raskin said.
Several people from Trump’s inner circle — including Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner — have already appeared before the committee.
The panel has previously said it has no plans to call the former president himself to testify.