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

Donald Trump called Melania Trump a Tillerson defends president as book casts doubt on Trump's mental health
Eleena Tovar | 13 Enero, 2018, 14:30

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Many Washington-area bookstores, including KramerBooks, reported selling out of copies as of Friday morning at 10:00am.

But they were also out of stock, with Amazon advising that shipment might take two to four weeks.

When Bannon was fired, Trump said, "he not only lost his job, he lost his mind". "Look at this guy's past and watch what happens to him and Sloppy Steve!"

Now, I know he's got plenty of hardcore supporters and it's clear to see that through the comments on his Twitter feed.

"Donald Trump, Jr.is both a patriot and a good man", read Bannon's statement, which CNN obtained Sunday from a source close to Bannon.

"The Mercer Family recently dumped the leaker known as Sloppy Steve Bannon". "And it all depends on his need for immediate gratification".

Michael Wolff, who was granted unusually wide access to the White House during much of Trump's first year, has said in promoting his new book that Trump is unfit for the presidency.

Story by David Nakamura covers the White House. The acrimony suggests a permanent split between the president and the strategist who helped him win the White House.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who is one among top administration officials to have spent the most time with Wolff, however ridiculed any negative impression about Trumps mental health. "What's I think is really mentally unstable" is people not seeing the progress Trump is making.

But Wolff pushed back against that idea, specifically against Trump's claim in a tweet on Thursday that he never spoke with Wolff.

Wolff said Friday that Trump's advisors and even family members questioned the president's ability to do the job.

A clerk at the Midtown Scholar in Harrisburg said the independent shop is trying to get more copies from the publisher.

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

They're "desperate attempts" to attack Trump, she said.

"The President's tweets absolutely reaffirm the plainspoken truth: A self-made billionaire revolutionized reality TV and tapped into something magical that's happening in the hearts of this country", Miller said.

On Thursday, lawyers representing the president called on the book's publishers to stop the book's release.

Trump has vehemently denied a handful of wild claims in the book.

The president also said that the U.S. should have tougher libel laws to prevent the type of character assassination he suffered in Mr. Wolff's new book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House".