Vicky Ward's book, which CNN reviewed, paints a chaotic account of the days before and after the removal of the director of the FBI in May 2017, a move that led to the appointment of special adviser Robert Mueller. Ward attributed much of the information in his book to interviews with anonymous sources.
A section on the firing of Comey opened with an anecdote that said a letter of fire from Trump. Comey then went to the printer of Gary Cohn, the best economic consultant in the White House. Cohn, in turn, asked his aide to bring the document to the White House advisor Don McGahn, who said "Oh f ***" when he received the letter and understood that it had not been sent in the right place.
"It's sad, but it's not surprising that the media would spend their time promoting a book based on anonymous and false false sources instead of the incredible work that Jared and Ivanka are doing for the country," Sanders said Tuesday. "The author, on her website, listed this book in the" fiction "category ̵
Peter Mirijanian, a spokesman for Kushner's lawyer, Abbe Lowell, previously told CNN that "every point that Mrs. Ward mentioned in what she called her stage of & # 39; fact checking & # 39; it was completely false: he seems to have written a fiction book rather than a serious attempt to get the facts – to be useless. "
Cohn didn't immediately respond to CNN's request to comment on this story.
Kushner stayed close to the fire, said the book, quoting "sources within earshot" and told Powell "this is what should be done."  "This guy is not on our team," Kushner said, according to Ward's story of the conversation.