Bob Woodward says Trump fans should fear the 'nervous breakdown' in the White House
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Bob Woodward believes even the strongest supporters of President Donald Trump would be alarmed if they witnessed the inner workings of the White House.

The veteran journalist and author said his new book, Fear, captures the same sense of chaos and backstabbing depicted in Michael Wolff's book, Fire and Fury, although Woodward said he focused more on the decision-making process -- or lack thereof, reported New York Magazine.

"I think (Wolff's book) got the sociology largely right, the relationships and so forth," Woodward said. "But 50 years from now what’s going to be important about the Trump presidency is what he does or doesn’t do, and if I’m right, as I believe I am, it’s a nervous breakdown."

Woodward was clearly alarmed by what he witnessed inside the White House, and he said Trump supporters should be worried.

"Exactly what’s on display there, nervous breakdown," he said. "Things are not connected. There is not … there is impulse, decisions. I think that the most ardent Trump supporter could read the book and not feel comfortable about the management and the staying the course. There’s not a team. You know, it’s a team of predators, or people who just disagree with the president."

The author said there's simply no other way to describe what's going on in the executive branch.

"I think it’s accurate, and I think it’s demonstrated," Woodward said. "This is kind of what I got. What’s the summary here? Nervous breakdown."