Woodward Book Details Bitter Rift Among Obama Advisors Over Afghanistan

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Washington is atwitter (and Twittering) this morning over a new book by Bob Woodward. In "Obama's War," the forthcoming book by the veteran Washington Post reporter, high ranking administration officials dish about the bitter divide between the president's national security team over strategy in the war in Afghanistan. 

Peter Baker, White House correspondent for our partner, The New York Times, has read the book and joins the program to tell us what's in it that has Washington talking this morning.

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Peter Baker

Comments [3]

Thanks for the catch, Joe -- we've fixed the audio.

Sep. 23 2010 03:57 PM
Joe Keselman from miami beach

you have the wrong recording in this item

Sep. 23 2010 11:18 AM
Alexander DeBruin

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He has failed To Act On His Promises.
He Promised Unity: We Now Have an administration and a congress Divided.
He promised Energy Independence:
We Got More Oil Drilling.
He Promised Change and Bipartisanism
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Sep. 22 2010 07:16 PM

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