The book, which is due out on 19 March, describes Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump as "entitled inheritors of the worst kind" and scolds them for their alleged use of the government in their business dealings.
And there is also a report on how Trump's former top economic adviser Gary Cohn tore into Kushner after he learned the president's son-in-law dined with executives from the Chinese company Anbang, which was considering investing in the Kushner family's troubled property at 666 Fifth Avenue in New York City.
The book, the Times reported, said that in his meeting with Ivanka Trump, Cohn was "shocked" by her reaction to his concerns and that she told him of her father's comments, "That's not what he said".
Ward revealed clashes between Kushner and Ivanka Trump with high-profile aides in the Trump administration.
White House staffers are said to have chastised Kushner as the "secretary of everything" for his influence in the administration and slammed Ivanka's team as Habi - "home of all bad ideas".
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On Tuesday, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders denounced the book a week before its publication date, suggesting certain anecdotes as relayed by Ward are inaccurate and characterizing her book as a work of "fiction".
According to the book, as the debate raged on over the Fourth of July weekend about how to address Trump Jr.'s statement to The Times, someone was working behind the scenes to abdicate Kushner of wrongdoing by throwing Trump Jr.in front of the growing scandal.
Instead of firing Trump's daughter and son-in-law, the book, according to the Times, said Kelly and the President "agreed that they would make life hard enough to force the pair to offer their resignations, which the president would then accept".
Kushner's camp blasted the book, with a spokesman for Jared's attorney Abbe Lowell telling the Times that '[e] very point that Ms. Ward mentioned in what she called her "fact checking" stage was entirely false'.
Corallo appeared to blame the president's attachment to "Javanka" for the mess.