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An article by Michael Wolff has already made the news worldwide. Sarah Sanders, the spokeswoman for US Trump, has rejected Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House as "trashy tobacco fiction". So what did Wolff say about the ledger? Speaking to NBC's Today Show, the writer said Mr. Trump's co-workers considered the Chairman a child.
" He added that the country's presidents "do not hear, do not hear. "He also dismissed the White House's allegations that he had not talked to the White House and that the books were full of falsehood. Previously, he was best known for his 2008 Rupert Murdoch autobiography, The Man Who Ones the News.
In 2004, after receiving numerous international accolades for his coverage, he was described in a New Republic publication as "It Boy of New York Media". Says that there were no basic principles for his approach and that he was not obliged to make commitments for his coverage, which led to a "front line opinion of Trump's presidency".
However, some of the published extracts from the volume have already been criticized and called into question. Wolff told the Hollywood journalist that Mr. Trump's White House was split by an "almost violence-stricken faction war". His" indestructible impression" was that the employees, Mr. Trump's wife and daughter, "all - 100 per cent - believed he was unable to function in his job".
Axios newscast website reported that the author may have recorded tens of hours or so of interviews pertaining to the novel, includ-ing with former White House Strategist Steve Bannon and former Assistant Chiefs of Staff Katie Walsh. Quotations ascribed to Mr Bannon in Wolff's books led Mr Trump's attorneys to order him to refrain from doing so by charging him with breaching a non-disclosure treaty and insulting the Holy War.
But, as the Washington Post points out, Donald Trump had previously played golf with him, and been tweeted about Mr. Boehner several times. Donald Trump is one of the best golfers in the world. One of Donald Trump's billionaires friends, Thomas Barrack Jnr., also refuted a quotation Wolff ascribed to him by saying to a New York Times journalist that he never said Mr. Trump was "not only insane, he's stupid".
What credibility can we give the text? Anyway, it seems like folks want to get to the bottom of the script.