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Trump and Republicans push 2018 plans amid Wolff book row The Internet Does Its Best to Dull the Pain of Trump's Creepy Video Press Briefing
Eleena Tovar | 14 Enero, 2018, 12:09

To Miller, "the portrayal of the president in the book is so contrary to reality, to the experience of those who work with him".

Morgenson was first to report that, "New York's attorney general has subpoenaed TIAA, the giant insurance company, and investment firm, seeking documents and information relating to its sales practices..."

The acrimony surrounding former White House adviser Steve Bannon's very public break with United States President Donald Trump is escalating, suggesting a permanent split between the president and the pugilistic strategist who helped put him in the Oval Office. If there is anything hopeful to come out of the Trump adventure it is that we might dial it back on our reverence for the office and the people occupying it. They are, after all, mere politicians who have somehow managed to grab hold of the golden ring.

Even the book's author acknowledged the role of the president in pushing up the book's launch date. "He obviously changed his tune pretty quick", Trump said in the White House's Roosevelt Room Thursday.

Not up for debate: This has become the biggest must-read Washington book in a generation.

Chris Ruddy, chief executive of Newsmax Media, in an interview to an American news channel said that: "He is not psychologically unfit; he has not lost it..." "I don't begrudge him turning his back on the Washington establishments".

The book also claims that Trump considered appointing a friend to the Supreme Court vacancy filled by Neil Gorsuch, eats food from McDonald's because he believes it to be safe from poison, and that his team did not believe he was capable of winning the election.

Also Wednesday, lawyers for Trump sent a letter to Bannon telling him to refrain from making disparaging remarks about Trump and that his contributions to the book "give rise to numerous legal claims including defamation by libel and slander" and breach of his "non-disparagement" agreement with Trump.

Caughron could not estimate when Barnes & Noble will again have the "Fire and Fury" in-store, due to the unprecedented demand of the title, but he assured the publisher is working on it.

Trump and Republicans push 2018 plans amid Wolff book row

Fire and Fury, an explosive book written by Michael Wolff has hit the shelves.

Gotsis, who has a Barnes & Noble membership, said he tried to reserve two copies of the book weeks in advance, but was told the store was not taking reservations for the title. "I'm just interested in how people relate to one another, their ability to do their jobs and a much less abstract picture of this world than whatever the political thesis may or may not be". I have no side here. They all say, 'He is like a child, ' and what they mean by that is he has a need for immediate gratification.

Bannon, according to the book, called Ivanka Trump " dumb as a brick " and unleashed on Kushner and Trump Jr. over their Russia-related activities. Sessions, who actually does know something about the law and the Constitution, did, of course, recuse himself.

Her family has had no contact with Bannon for months, nor has it given money to support his political agenda, "nor do we support his recent actions and statements", she was quoted as saying.

Steve Bannon is trying to make amends.

Gotsis was upset he was not able to get the second copy he wanted and that he got conflicting answers on the process of pre-ordering, but he will keep an eye out for a restock.

Nearly a year ago, Wolff disparaged news outlets covering their own industry even in the time of Trump. So he would have to prove that either they knew that material was false, or they showed a reckless disregard of the truth. At times when he was president, Reagan seemed forgetful and would lose his train of thought while talking.

"I went to the best colleges, or college, I had a situation where I was a very excellent student". Trump, evidently, has been wise enough to listen to the advice of military professionals.