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Bloomberg’s Kevin Cirilli discusses the new book about President Trump from Michael Wolff Bloomberg’s Kevin Cirilli discusses the new book about President Trump from Michael Wolff
Eleena Tovar | 13 Enero, 2018, 14:32

"Whether he knows the Constitution or not, I cannot be happier by the judges he's appointed". Their path to fucking Trump goes right through Paul Manafort, Don Jr and Jared Kushner.

Still, even if only half of what the book contains is true, it paints a damning portrait of a paranoid president and a chaotic White House, says BBC North America editor Jon Sopel. "What they mean by that is he has a need for immediate gratification". He would come out of this campaign, Trump assured Ailes, with a far more powerful brand and untold opportunities.

President Trump had purported that he gave Wolff "zero access" to the White House for the book.

Wilson told 24-Hour News 8 it will be interesting to see in the coming weeks if Trump will move forward with a lawsuit.

Readers may beg to differ about Trump's prospects, and time will tell which character in Wolff's book is less enduring.

Margaret Brennan, CBS News: "Sarah, can you clarify?"

Trump's attorney has demanded a halt to publication of the book or excerpts. What was he here for? "He is accustomed to angering the Manhattan power elite, not the leader of the free world".

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. It also features stories that question the president's mental fitness.

Likewise, a 2004 profile of Mr Wolff in New Republic made a similar accusation, saying that his writing sprang "from Wolff's imagination rather than from actual knowledge of events".

A local bookstore is getting copies shipped in and they have a special connection to President Donald Trump. "We looked at the logs".

Wolff's book officially went on sale on Friday, four days earlier than the publisher had previously planned, due to high demand and, presumably, in response to that cease-and-desist letter.

"Trump did not enjoy his own inauguration". Instead, journalist Michael Wolff insisted on Friday, he was willing to be proved wrong about Trump's nefarious reputation ― though that didn't happen.

Michael Wolff's book is filled with anecdotes about Trump's staff belittling him behind his back and salacious details that would further stoke the fires of Trump-Russia collusion claims. In interviews after the news broke with the conservative Breitbart News website, he called Trump a "great man" and pledged continued support for the president's agenda. In the book, Mr. Bannon said that a meeting between members of the Trump team and a lawyer with Russian connections had been "treasonous." .

"Not only is he helping me sell books, but he's helping me prove the point of the book", Wolff said. Full of lies, misrepresentations and sources that don't exist.

"There was one brief conversation that had nothing to do, originally, with the book", Sanders said at a Jan. 3 White House press briefing.