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NYT White House Correspondent Doubts Michael Wolff's Trustworthiness

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The briefing was previously reported by Politico. "We're holding onto copies for customers who've ordered them for the rest of the day, then we'll sell whatever hasn't been picked up", DelGreco said. He compared the scene at the store with lines out the door to that of a new Harry Potter book release.

On Thursday Rebekah Mercer issued a statement distancing her family from Bannon. "And it all depends on his need for immediate gratification".

Beyond revealing the breakup itself, Wolff's book provides a stinging insight into what some White House insiders thought of the president.

Trump said earlier this week that Bannon had "lost his mind".

Defending his "expose", Wolff has said he spent three hours with Mr Trump and "spoke to people who spoke to the President on a daily, sometimes minute-by-minute basis".

Lee had told CNN that Trump is showing signs of impairment that the average person could not see. On Friday, a longtime friend and confidant of Trump rejected Wolff's suggestion.

"The one description that everyone gave, everyone has in common: They all say he is like a child", Wolff said. Journalist Michael Wolff, no stranger to controversy, quotes several key Trump aides expressing serious doubt about his ability to lead the world's largest economy - and despite fiery criticism from the Republican, he stood his ground.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders was confronted on Thursday with explosive allegations being made in Michael Wolff's upcoming book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House".

Michael Wolff says on NBC's "Today Show" Friday: "Where do I send a box of chocolates?"

Bannon, who left the White House in August, is also quoted in the book as saying that the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller into Russian interference in the 2016 election will focus on money laundering.

They're "desperate attempts" to attack Trump, she said.

As the campaign came to an end, Trump himself was sanguine. The publisher instead moved up the release date to Friday.

The acrimony surrounding former White House adviser Steve Bannon's very public break with President Donald Trump is escalating, suggesting a permanent split between the president and the pugilistic strategist who helped put him in the Oval Office. Now Trump, encouraged by Ailes, was floating rumors about a Trump network.

It already has cost him a key backer.

Since the new White House was often uncertain about what the president meant or did not mean in any given utterance, his non-disapproval became a kind of passport for me to hang around - checking in each week at the Hay-Adams hotel, making appointments with various senior staffers who put my name in the "system", and then wandering across the street to the White House and plunking myself down, day after day, on a West Wing couch.

NYT White House Correspondent Doubts Michael Wolff's Trustworthiness