The book includes reporting that Trump never wanted to be president, quotes from some of Trump's advisers insulting the president's intelligence and saying that he frequently repeats himself in conversation.
President Donald Trump and the White House are standing by their assertion that author Michael Wolff had little real access to the president and are disputing explosive details in the writer's "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" - though with one fairly specific qualifier.
After excerpts from the book leaked early last week, the White House decried it as pure "fiction", but the president reserved his fiercest anger for Bannon, who was pushed from the White House in August yet - over the objection of many aides - remained in Trump's orbit, with the two men speaking by phone occasionally.
Ivanka is also the source of, what will surely be, many people's favourite nugget of information in the new book. There are a lot of things that he's done that he's not getting credit for, including federal judges.
The new fissure in an already fractious Republican Party cast doubt on Bannon's hopes to foment a movement centered on "Trumpism without Trump". Joseph McCarthy during the Red Scare and his witch hunt for potential communists. "Too bad!" Trump tweeted.
The book cites former top aide Steve Bannon as describing a meeting with a group of Russians at which Mr Trump's son was present as "treasonous". "Crooked Hillary Clinton also played these cards very hard and, as everyone knows, went down in flames", he said. Trump has said the book is full of lies. "People say 'why did they talk to him on the record?' They were told to", said Wallace, calling it a "tremendous miscalculation".
WASHINGTON | The dramatic breakup between Donald Trump and former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has blown wide open the political direction of the Trump presidency at a particularly inopportune time. "It is entirely his reality", Wolff said.
"I wasn't going to buy the book", Kimmel continued. "I am the only person to date to conduct a global effort to preach the message of Trump and Trumpism; and remain ready to stand in the breach for this president's efforts to make America great again".
"I support President Trump and the platform upon which he was elected", she said. On that question the answer is clear: No. He doesn't even come close to the standard laid out by the Supreme Court. But the psychology would work as follows: Bannon has always thought that Trump was riding a global nationalist wave that'd swept across Europe, the UK and now the US. That is not particularly compelling.
Ruddy recalled that he took Michael Schmidt, a New York Times journalist, to interview the president at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida over Christmas. At least a dozen members of the US Congress, most of them Democrats, were briefed by a Yale University professor of psychiatry on President Donald Trump's mental health, US media reported. "That's very doubtful that he could ever maintain that in court".
The publisher declined to release sales figures, noting that it is a privately held company, but a spokesman told ABC News it has had "several trips back to press". I've had no reason to question his mental fitness. That may not be the case.
Wolff said on the "Today Show" Friday that he "absolutely" spoke to the president.
Attempts by President Donald Trump's lawyers to squash the publication of a controversial book about his administration have only fanned the flames.
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