New Reporting Suggests the Trump Presidency Is Even Scarier and More Dysfunctional Than We Realized
19 Января, 2018, 19:18
As someone who loves to read, and wishes more Americans did, too, this is a trend I'd like to see more of in 2018.
But they were also out of stock, with Amazon advising that shipment might take two to four weeks. But over in Washington DC the Press corps and the Government bureaucracy have no idea what will hit them tomorrow.
Publisher Henry & Holt Company had planned a Jan. 9 release. It's written by Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Clinton of raping her while he was the attorney general of Arkansas. "It's all about him". They then could use their extensive influence to keep the political base energized while expanding the Trump business empire. "(It's) definitely interesting in terms of what I'm looking for - a nice weekend read".
"Steve Bannon is Donald Trump's worst nightmare", claims Dr. Charles Dunn. And what they mean by that is he has a need for immediate gratification.
Earlier on Thursday, Trump had lambasted Wolff's book on Twitter.
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders is criticizing former White House adviser Steve Bannon, saying "we've seen a side that is frankly very, very disappointing".
"When he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind", Trump said.
Michael Wolff made the claim in an interview with the BBC, responding Mr Trump's description of his book as "boring and untruthful".
Mankato store manager Jonathan Penn said the store was receiving quite a few calls from customers hoping to reserve a copy.
Lewandowski said Wolff's inaccuracies ranged "from simple things like ages of staffers working in the White House, which is a simple thing to check, to facts like Melania Trump was crying on election night". "I have that on almost unassailable authority".
While much attention is focused on controversies surrounding the White House, Lewandowski said he hopes Granite Staters recognize that the economy has strengthened in the year since Trump took office.
Wolff Friday said he stands by everything he wrote.
White House aides have mounted an all-out attack on the book, calling it "fiction" and a "complete fantasy". The publisher instead moved up the release date to Friday.
Among other claims, Wolff described Trump's behavior in his book as childlike, and questioned his fitness for office. Previously, Bannon referenced Ivanka's criticism for Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore saying, "There's a special place in hell for Republicans who should know better".