Journalist Wolff, no stranger to controversy, quotes several key Trump aides expressing doubt about Trump's ability to lead the world's largest economy and military hegemon.
"When you write a book like this, people regret what they said to me".
The litany of bombshell claims in the book include that First Lady Melania "cried" when Trump won the election.
Donald Trump's response to the book's allegations had Washington focusing anew on the question of his stability.
Trump didn't want to be president? "You ask people, you get as close as you can to the event, you interview the people who were privy to the event, you interview other people who were privy to the event, you come to know the circumstance as well as anybody and then you report it".
In Washington, customers lined up in bitterly cold weather to purchase a copy at KramerBooks, which began selling copies at midnight. Trump tweeted at 7:19 a.m. The increased publicity generated increased demand and stores quickly ran out.
The White House though is adamant it's mere "trashy tabloid fiction". I have recordings. I have notes. The President blames the deal for moving American manufacturing jobs to Mexico and allowing Canada to "take advantage" of the U.S.
Organizaciones califican de "masacre" el operativo donde murió el expolicía Pérez
La fuerza de asalto que atacó al expolicía tenía la orden de matarlo , dijo el mismo Pérez a un aliado antes de morir, publicó 'El Nuevo Herald'.
The release date was moved up from Tuesday amid a flurry of interest in the controversial book in recent days.
"The first time since the Kennedy White House that a presidential couple had maintained separate rooms", Wolff writes. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders went so far as to suggest he ought to be axed from Breitbart, the right-wing website he helps run.
"Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart", the President continued.
Nearly a year ago, Wolff criticized news outlets covering their own industry even in the time of Trump. He has not announced any conclusions.
She added: "It's absolutely outrageous just to make these types of accusations and untrue and sad people are going and making these desperate attempts to attack the president".
Mr Wolff's book has shot to the top of Amazon's best-seller list, and the publisher brought its release date forward by four days, to yesterday. Harder also told Reuters that "legal action is imminent" against Bannon.
He also suggested Melania was in tears on election night - because Trump planned to lose to Hillary Clinton.
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