If The Washington Post's Bob Woodward wasn't already feuding with the White House, he is now. The legendary Watergate reporter has been claiming this week that a "very senior" aide to President Obama threatened him for challenging the president's account of how the looming sequester budget cuts originated. Woodward says that the official — since identified by several sources as Gene Sperling, Obama's top economic adviser — "yelled at me for about a half-hour," then followed up with an email saying Woodward would "regret" his sequester claims.
The evidence seems to contradict several of Woodward's points.
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