Trump Impeachment

How U.S. officials worked to prevent coups, Waco-like sieges in Trump’s final year

Judy Woodruff:

President Trump’s last year in office was bookended by impeachment trials and, in between, marked by other historic events, a deadly pandemic, the economic collapse, racial unrest across the country, and a violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

And in their new book,”I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump’s Catastrophic Final Year,” Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker reveal new details about the chaos inside the Trump White House and the alarm that rippled across the government during that time.

Carol and Phil’s book is out today. And they join me now.

And it is very good to have both of you with us. Congratulations on the book that is getting a lot of attention.

You already do this remarkable reporting in your day job, and that comes through in this book.

But, Carol, let me start by asking you, what was President Trump’s bottom line in this final year in office? What mattered more to him than anything?

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