Lunes, 15 Octubre 2018
Ultimas noticias
Casa » White House Pushes Back Against 'Fire and Fury'

White House Pushes Back Against 'Fire and Fury'

14 Enero 2018

During the contentious interview, Miller offered largely combative responses and focused on presenting Trump as a "political genius" before anchor Jake Tapper cut off the interview because of Miller's refusal to answer questions.

Mr Wolff told BBC radio that "one of the interesting effects of the book so far is a very clear emperor-has-no-clothes effect".

"This is a D.C. moment, and I wanted to be a part of it", said Steve Dingledine, a fifth-grade teacher who showed up shortly after 11 p.m. and now held the pole position in a line that snaked through the bookstore/cafe.

"People are going 'oh my god, it's true". "Great guy. I think he should write a book about me".

On Twitter Thursday night, Trump said the book was full of "lies, misrepresentations and sources that don't exist".

The book includes a number of claims about the President Trump's administration, from the campaign to the election to his family and Vice President Mike Pence.

Eric is the youngest of the Trump/Ivana children, and after attending Georgetown, immediately went to work for his father - and he hasn't stopped working for him since.

Like most of what Trump says, he lied.

The West Wing is configured in such a way that the anteroom is quite a thoroughfare - everybody passes by.

Trump dropped Bannon from the White House in August, although the two men remained in touch afterward. "When he came in he was very very pleasant".

Miller on Sunday echoed the language of the White House's statement to attack Bannon as well as CNN.

Instead, he kept his attention fixed on a president whose opposition to his book has only heightened its profile.

"I have a half-drunk beer and some half-eaten nachos at my table", a man shouted, seemingly to no one in particular. But that doesn't mean that a majority of people believe him.

"He has been accused of not just re-creating scenes in his books and columns, but of creating them wholesale", The Washington Post found.

The 71-year-old Republican president, approaching the first anniversary of his inauguration, responded with fury.

"I authorized Zero access to White House (actually turned him down many times) for author of phony book!" And yesterday, Trump's legal team demanded that the publisher cease and desist publication. Every time new allegations have come out about what Donald Trump does or is or says or has done, people stop believing his defenses.

"What was I doing there if he didn't want me to be there?"

The book's release date was brought forward but with Amazon quoting an in-stock date of January 10, and many bookstores in the UK not expecting deliveries until next week, the small number of copies which landed at Waterstones Piccadilly on Friday "flew off the shelves in minutes".

In the wake of the release of excerpts from Wolff's book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House", in which Bannon is quoted as unleashing a torrent of criticisms against President Donald Trump, his son Donald Trump Jr., his daughter Ivanka Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner.

"Thank you, Mister President", Sanders said to the screen when the video address concluded.

White House Pushes Back Against 'Fire and Fury'