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NEW YORK — The most detailed photos of President Donald Trump’s inner circle and top aides have been released in a rare public look at the White House and his staff in a book that will make for a fascinating read.

The book, The Trump Files, is due out later this year and will be sold in bookstores and at bookshops and is being co-written by Politico reporter Josh Dawsey and New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd.

In the book, which comes out as part of the paperback edition of the president’s biography, Trump will be the only president to have his entire Cabinet and top staff in one room.

It is the first time he has ever shared such a room with his staff, and it is expected to be the most detailed portrait yet of his top aides.

Trump has said he plans to have “full access” to his staff as he is currently using the executive mansion in Washington.

The book is based on a trove of leaked documents that were released during the investigations into his 2016 presidential campaign.

The documents were the result of an FBI investigation into Russian meddling in the election and alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow.

In addition to being the first to see Trump’s aides, the book will also reveal some of the key decisions the president has made over the past few months, including his decision to fire FBI Director James Comey and his decision last month to nominate Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., to be his Health and Human Services secretary.

Trump is also expected to release a memo on the Iran nuclear deal, his decision not to pull the U.S. out of the Paris climate accord and the Trump-appointed Supreme Court justice to the high court.

Trump is expected soon to release his first weekly intelligence briefing, and his top advisers will also be making appearances at White House briefings.

The Trump Files comes as Trump prepares to leave office for a trip to Asia, where he will be on a world tour with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

It also comes as a growing number of Democratic lawmakers have raised questions about the president and his White House.

Trump’s aides have long been scrutinized for their interactions with Russian officials, including former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who was forced to resign in February after he misled Vice President Mike Pence about the nature of his conversations with the Russian ambassador.

Trump fired Flynn last month, just months after his former adviser pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his conversations and his contact with the ambassador.

The administration said he had lied to Vice President Pence because he believed the Russians had compromising information about Flynn and had been trying to pressure the president into giving it up.