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He later stated, "O$3 ne of the things we have to count on is that Donald Trump will attack, he will send lawyers' letters".

The White House has contested the accuracy of some of the salacious anecdotes and claims in Wolff's book.

Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with law professor and commentator Jonathan Turley (@JonathanTurley) about the book's legal implications, and Trump's reaction.

It's unclear whether Bannon's missteps will deal lasting damage to any of the candidates he supports, and it certainly won't eliminate anti-establishment feelings among GOP primary voters or improve McConnell's standing. It also raises serious questions about the role of the White House counsel. "The daily parlor intrigue in Washington, D.C., does nothing to improve the lives of the hard-working men and women of this country".

Although President Trump has voiced his frustration with information being leaked to the press during his time in office, the White House claims cybersecurity concerns are at the heart of this ban, not unauthorized information leaks.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who saw the already slim Republican majority in the Senate dwindle last month when Bannon-backed candidate Roy Moore lost to Democrat Doug Jones in Alabama, bringing the balance of power in the Senate to 51-49 in favor of the GOP.

But the book could have repercussions far beyond United States borders.

On Friday morning, Guthrie asked Wolff: "You stand by everything in the book?"

Importantly, Wolff said he has receipts: "I work like every journalist works".

Wolff also said, "I have recordings".

Wolff has a controversial track record. A recent Remington Research survey of GOP primary voters in Florida found just 14 percent identified as traditional or establishment Republicans, while 36 percent identified as Trump Republicans and 5 percent identified with the tea party.

"Look at this guy's past and watch what happens to him and Sloppy Steve!" tweeted Trump, which appears to be a reference to former White House strategist Steve Bannon.

Trump's "America First" push has already left the US isolated when it comes to international treaties and traditional alliances.

Instead of Trump sitting for 60 Minutes, "the interview went to Fox News' Sean Hannity, who, White House insiders happily explained, was willing to supply the questions beforehand", Wolff wrote in a column on his book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, for The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday.

Some employees have raised concerns regarding the restrictions, noting that texting throughout the day is the easiest way for them to keep in touch with their families.

The book soared to No. 1 on Amazon's best selling books list on Wednesday and has remained there ever since.