Trump denied it and called Haberman, whose New York Times coverage he follows compulsively, a "maggot.".
A Trump White House source tells her the photo on the left shows a commode in the White House.
Trump spokesperson Taylor Budowich told Axios: "You have to be pretty desperate to sell books if pictures of paper in a toilet bowl is part of your promotional plan.".
Between the lines: The new evidence is a reminder that despite the flood of Trump books, Haberman's is hotly anticipated in Trumpworld.
Haberman's sources report the document dumps happened multiple times at the White House, and on at least two foreign trips.
"It was an extension of Trump's term-long habit of ripping up documents that were supposed to be preserved under the Presidential Records Act.".
But the scrawls include the name of Rep. Elise Stefanik of upstate New York, a Trump defender who's a member of House Republican leadership. »