Pence confident no one on his staff wrote NY Times column

Las Vegas Nevada. Pence is visiting Las Vegas to support U.S. Sen. Dean Heller's re-election and Nevada Attorney General and Republican

He said that he had never been involved in a conversation about removing Donald Trump from the Oval Office

"People better wake up to what's going on", Woodward said on CBS's "Sunday Morning" while touting "Fear: Trump in the White House" as a detailed inside account that mirrors the op-ed's claims that a group of senior officials is working to save the nation and the world from Trump's rash decisions.

Vice President Mike Pence says he has "never" been part of a conversation about invoking the 25th Amendment to potentially remove President Trump from office - a subject mentioned in a recent op-ed by an anonymous administration official. "President Trump is doing for the people of this country".

The full interview will air Sunday on Face the Nation. "Never. And why would we?"

"I went back through my emails and some of the documents that came out of the vice president's office, and I have to tell you, this op-ed is very similar to the style and communication that comes out of his shop."

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In an interview with "Fox News Sunday", the vice president was asked if all top officials should submit to a polygraph test on the matter.

The Vice President added during an interview with Fox News Sunday that he would willingly take a lie detector test to prove he was not the article's author. He's said that whoever wrote the piece is "gutless" and should resign; he also notes that he puts his own name to anything he writes.

"Well, I would tell you I know this President has great respect for the men and women who serve in this Cabinet", Pence said when directly asked if he denounced the specific claims in Woodward's book about insults against Cabinet members.

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Asked whether he had asked his staff about the op-ed, Pence said, "I don't have to ask them because I know them".

Some of the officials featured in the book's anecdotes about the president, including Defence Secretary Jim Mattis and White House chief of staff John Kelly, issued statements denying the comments attributed to them by Mr Woodward.

"We have a Constitution. The honourable thing to do here is for this individual to recognise that they are literally violating an oath", he said. "This person is a coward".

"It's a disgrace. I think the author ... and frankly The New York Times should be ashamed". "Cowards are like criminals, eventually they tell the wrong person".

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Trump tweeted Monday that he has been subjected to "Phony books, articles and TV "hits" like no other pol has had to endure". According to the book, Trump told his national security aide that United States is losing in Afghanistan.

Some Democrats, meanwhile, argued that the op-ed and Trump's response to it are proof that the president is not fit to serve. Mark Warner, D-Va., said on CNN in response to Trump's call for an investigation.

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