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White House reporter: Michael Wolff had 'largely unfettered access' to West Wing

13 Enero 2018

"Look at this guy's past and watch what happens to him and Sloppy Steve!"

As he was pressed further, Wolff said he stands by everything in the book he wrote.

"Bannon said that he advised him not to back down, not to take back what he had said, not to try to revise it, because he said the press will only say it's too little, too late". American journalist and author Wolff tweeted: "Here we go".

Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" was an instant bestseller on Friday.

In reply, Mr Trump said two of his "greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart".

Wolff spent 18 months reporting on both the Trump campaign and the Trump White House. Sanders during her daily news conference said that the president absolutely believes in the First Amendment.

Kenosha isn't alone. Bookstores across the nation sold out of the book within hours - and in some cases minutes. "I have that on almost unassailable authority". He also said he had spoken to Trump since the inauguration. "I don't know, but it certainly was not off the record".

The President has gone to his Camp David retreat, hoping to steady the ship by concentrating on policy and looming elections in talks with congressional leaders.

Sign displayed inside lobby of the Quincy dispensary
Sign displayed inside lobby of the Quincy dispensary

Bannon said his comments about the Trump Tower meeting were aimed at Manafort, "a seasoned campaign professional with experience and knowledge of how the Russians operate".

Contrary to White House statements, Wolff claims that he had unhindered access to the White House and that his book is based on more than 200 interviews.

Responding to claims the president has a short attention span, regularly repeats himself and refuses to read briefing notes, secretary of state Rex Tillerson told CNN that he had "no reason to question his mental fitness".

"My book is about unique access to Trump and his aides". "This book is mistake, after mistake, after mistake", she said.

"Full of lies, misrepresentations and sources that don't exist", he added.

It includes bombshell revelations like President Trump didn't want to win the presidency.

Readers snatched up Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House from shops across Washington DC, New York and Los Angeles, with one store reportedly selling out in 20 minutes, according to BuzzFeed reporter Chris Geidner.

White House reporter: Michael Wolff had 'largely unfettered access' to West Wing