A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump's Testing of America by Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig:
Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad had gassed his own people, and the top military brass had come to the White House to meet with Trump to review his options. National Security Council officials had worked with Defense Department officials to prepare specific targets should Trump authorize a mission to take out, or at least temporarily weaken, Syria’s ability to fly chemical weapons sorties. But there was only one subject on Trump’s mind as the meeting began, and it wasn’t dead Syrian children.
“So I just heard that they broke into the office of one of my personal attorneys, a good man, and it’s a disgraceful situation. It’s a total witch hunt,” Trump said sternly as he sat hunched forward slightly over the conference table, his arms crossed at the wrists.
“It’s, frankly, a real disgrace,” Trump added. “It’s an attack on our country in a true sense. It’s an attack on what we all stand for. So when I saw this and when I heard it—I heard it like you did—I said, “This is really now a whole new level of unfairness.”
The military leaders looked on stone-faced.