Michael Wolff Says Trump's Associates Question His Fitness
- Autor: Leon Brazil Ene 14, 2018,
Ene 14, 2018, 9:54
"Whether he realized it was an interview or not, I don't know".
Wolff's book includes a variety of behind-the-scenes stories that paint Trump as, at best, distracted and unfocused.
The nature of the comedy, it was soon clear, was that here was a group of ambitious men and women who had reached the pinnacle of power, a high-ranking White House appointment - with the punchline that Donald Trump was president.
The White House has characterized the book as a "complete fantasy" full of "tabloid gossip", but it is not only the administration that has questioned Mr. Wolff's reporting.
The 45th President of the United States kicked off a busy weekend of meetings at Camp David on Saturday with a brief, fiery tweetstorm that - even at this early point in 2018 - is already a surefire candidate for the year's most memorable.
"He has been accused of not just re-creating scenes in his books and columns, but of creating them wholesale", The Washington Post found. Still, the President is threatening to sue if Michael Wolff refuses to apologise and cease publication of the book.
The president also claimed that Bannon "cried when he got fired and begged for his job".
And, even in defending Trump, the former ExxonMobil chief executive admitted he has had to learn how to relay information to a president with a very different decision-making style.
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In typical Trump fashion, the three-tweet tirade blows past known facts in favor of creating a particular narrative.
In that book, Bannon was quoted in excerpts eviscerating Trump, son Donald Trump Jr., son-in-law Jared Kushner, and daughter Ivanka Trump. For this reason, he said the White House is "sitting on a beach trying to stop a Category Five" hurricane. And throughout the day, they had more than 100 phone calls asking about it. Some lines in some areas of the country went around the block. Do not cut, copy or lift any content from this website without our consent. He also reportedly told Wolff that special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into the Trump-Russia connections is centered on money laundering. Instead of halting publication, Wolff's publisher accelerated its sale to Friday, due to "unprecedented demand".