Trump slams "Fire And Fury" as demand spikes

Trump claimed that the "Democrats and their lapdogs, the Fake News Mainstream Media" are questioning his mental stability and intelligence now that the Russian controversy is what he claims to be a complete setup.

The book, which rocketed to No. 1 this week, ships in two to four weeks on Amazon. And the book won't be available for shipping until Jan. 10. "The White House waited 5 hours to issue its statement, so Bannon's team did have enough time to respond". Trump has said the book is full of lies.

US President Donald Trump has defended his mental capacity, insisting that he's a "very stable genius".

Of course, that belief may be misplaced - and voila, a little untruth is born.

Michael Wolff's book, 'Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House', was published yesterday after it was brought forward given the intense public interest.

One sticking point onlookers had on Trump's message was the fact he was actually at the White House - with the Oval Office just a short walk from the briefing room.

"What was I doing there if he didn't want me to be there?" he said. Colbert joked. "I agree with Steve Bannon?". The bookstore sold out of "Fire and Fury", a source told ABC News. She said Wolff never interviewed the president, saying that he "repeatedly begged to see the president". Majority of people in this country believe that we should go forward with impeachment proceedings.

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He said that Mr Trump's staff 'all say he is like a child'.

"The truth is, over this period that I witnessed, this seven or eight months, they all came to the conclusion - gradually at first, then faster and faster - that something was unbelievably amiss here", Wolff said. "Too bad!" the president tweeted Saturday.

Michael Wolff says on NBC's "Today Show" Friday: "Where do I send a box of chocolates?"

He also said he never spoke with Wolff for the book, and turned down his request for an interview many times.

Earlier Friday, Mediaite's Lawrence Bonk posted a comprehensive round-up of some of the criticism of Wolff's journalism. Store clerks were unable to provide approximate figures regarding the size of these orders. Instead of halting publication, Wolff's publisher accelerated its sale to Friday, due to "unprecedented demand".

Anyone hoping to grab a physical copy of Michael Wolff's explosive new book on President Donald Trump will have to wait a while.

The top-rated comment centers around Bannon's apparent strategy of taking the "high road" in the back-and-forth.

  • Leon Brazil