The Morgan County Public Library in Berkeley Springs reversed a previous decision and will carry Woodward's "Fear", the Charleston Gazette-Mail reported. The leaks to reporters create a picture of a White House in chaos.
"The board didn't know anything about this", Perry told the Post. "The book has been accepted - in fact, two of them". Based on vast pre-publication and ongoing interest, the reading public clearly has an enormous appetite for what we believe, as Woodward says, is a pivot point in history.
"Our policy always has been that we accept books", she said. It was an employee who. wasn't aware of what she should have done.
In my interview with @realBobWoodward just concluded, Woodward says "Yes" when I ask him if he would release the tapes of anyone he interviewed who publicly requests he do so.
Trump's first son, Donald Trump Jr., said earlier in the week of the book that Trump now feels his circle of trust is even smaller than before, given the number of senior officials named in the book allegedly attempting to check the president's "worst impulses".
A spokesman for the Anti-Defamation League questioned the remark, stating to The Jerusalem Post: "We believe it's up to Mr. Trump to explain what he meant by that comment".
Crocker did not get her way in the end.
Resident Rob Campbell thought he could help out his library by donating a copy of "Fear".
"Recently I called to offer Fear, the new Woodward book, but the library declined my offer saying they wouldn't be putting books like that on the shelves anymore", his letter read.
Fear, an explosive book on the Trump Administration, is already regarded by many as one of the most important books of the year.