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Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is set to field reporters' questions in the White House briefing room Monday for the first time since mid-August, as President Donald Trump fights back against the recent portrayals of his White House as unhinged from an anonymous opinion column and a new tell-all book about his administration.
The New York Times on Wednesday published a nameless op-ed from "a senior official in the Trump administration" claiming to be part of an internal "resistance" holding the presidency together by undermining Trump's "worst inclinations."
Just a day earlier, The Washington Post published excerpts from an upcoming book by famed Watergate reporter, Bob Woodward.
The expose, "Fear: Trump in the White House," is filled with quotes from Trump berating his staff and top White House aides disparaging the president behind his back.