Linda McMahon Denies Authoring NY Times Op-Ed About Trump

President Donald J. Trump delivers remarks from the White House

It is also extraordinary for a president to demand an investigation by the Justice Department, which is supposed to make investigative and charging decisions without White House interference.

"I do, I do", he said. And, you know, look, it depends how you feel about Donald Trump.

In addition to criticizing Trump's reaction to the piece, Pelosi offered her opinion on the significance of the contents of what was written by the anonymous senior official in the Trump administration.

Hassett seemed to be echoing Trump's suggestion that the essay was fraudulent.

A "whodunnit?" style guessing game has raged in the corridors of power and on social media over the identity of the author, prompting almost every cabinet-ranked member of the government to deny involvement. And polygraphs aren't acceptable as evidence in court. "The question is how unreliable?" said Indiana University brain sciences professor Richard Shiffrin.

The official said that early on in the administration, some officials quietly discussed invoking the 25th amendment of the US Constitution, which allows the removal of a president judged unable to perform his duties.

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"It doesn't seem to be anybody very high up because everybody very high up has already said it wasn't me", he said. "You'd be shunned for the rest of your life".

Press secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted the author is a "gutless loser", while First Lady Melania Trump said he or she is sabotaging the country with their cowardly actions. If the newspaper's leadership doesn't, he says Times reporters should investigate who the leaker is themselves.

Haley argues in her opinion piece that concerns with the president's actions should be brought to his attention publicly, arguing that she has done so on several occasions since joining the Trump administration previous year.

"He is offering $50,000 cash to information that will lead to the identification and termination of the New York Times "anonymous" author", Kirk wrote on Twitter.

The President called on the newspaper to name the writer for the sake of national security. It's addressed to the South Korean president and trade minister, and informs them that the US "wishes to terminate" the current trade agreement between the two countries. Rand Paul (R-KY), who suggests the President force administration officials to take lie detector tests. I would know. I am one of them.

The White House has condemned Woodward's book as "fabricated stories", and Trump called it "a work of fiction".