2020-09-10 15:36:35 UTC
Former CIA Director John Brennan labeled President Donald Trump an "absolute
abomination" as revelations from Bob Woodward's new book on the administration
hit headlines this week.
The Obama-era intelligence chief pressed for the president to resign before
saying Trump didn't have the "conscience or a soul" to quit the White House in
light of details contained in Woodward's upcoming book Rage.
Brennan leveled his personal attack on Trump as Woodward released interview tape
of the president telling the veteran journalist coronavirus was "more deadly"
than the flu on February 7weeks before he publicly recognized the severity of
the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reacting to details from Trump's 18 interviews with Woodward, Brennan tweeted:
"In his comments to Bob Woodward, Donald Trump reveals what an absolute
abomination he is.
"If he had a conscience or a soul, he would resign. Tragically for us, he has
Newsweek has contacted the White House for comment and will update this article
with any response.