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Author of Trump book: I did interview him
17 Enero 2018, 01:53 | Azura Castelo
Author of Trump book: I did interview him
"What I think is really mentally unstable is people that don't see the positive impact that this president is having on the country", she told "Fox & Friends". "I mean, this is extraordinary that the president of the United States would try to stop the publication of a book".
What we're hearing: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is not enthusiastic about the cutting of U.S. funding to UNRWA, but is politically pressed by conservative ministers in his cabinet and by the fact he can't be more dovish on the Palestinian issue than President Trump.
"We'll be digging down into Obama career guys". The bans were immediately protested, and judges initially blocked their implementation. He also considers son-in-law Jared Kushner at risk for "greasy" deals.
Other East Coast retailers, such as Manhattan's famed Strand Bookstore were selling out of 'holds' before the books even arrived - due to the inclement weather causing shipments to not arrive on time.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders denounced the book as "trashy tabloid fiction".
Meanwhile, the Department of Homeland Security was widely reported on Friday to have asked for $18bn (£13.3bn) to complete a section of Mr Trump's much-vaunted border wall with Mexico - though it is unclear if this will be discussed in the latest round of budget talks.
Mr Wolff countered by saying that he had absolutely spoken to the President and had done so after the inauguration.
"Now, Sloppy Steve is Trump's new nickname for Steve Bannon, and I have to admit, it's a good one", the comedian said on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Friday night. Mueller's ongoing investigation presents a constant peril.
The book recounts that after the political purge in Saudi Arabia, Trump boasted that he and Kushner engineered a coup: "We've put our man on top!" Bannon was fired last August, weeks after John Kelly took over as White House chief of staff. Wolff says Trump is an avid watcher of TV and has three TV sets in his White House bedroom alone.
Others, like Danny Tarkanian, stood by him despite the criticism. "One hundred per cent of the people around him" question Trump's fitness for office, Wolff said in an interview with NBC'sToday show.
The book extensively quotes former Trump adviser Steve Bannon. It's a cartoonish exaggeration of the hysteria some on the left once had with regard to George W. Bush. He compared the scene at the store with lines out the door to that of a new Harry Potter book release. I went into television and for 10 years was a tremendous success, as you probably have heard. "I have no reason to question his mental fitness".
In Arizona a spokesman for US Senate candidate Kelli Ward issued a statement distancing herself from Bannon, a featured guest at the October kick-off for her campaign to replace retiring incumbent Sen.
It depicts a chaotic White House, a president who was ill-prepared to win the office in 2016, and Trump aides who scorned his abilities.
Later in the day, a lawyer representing Pres. Trump sent Trump a letter ordering him to cease and desist making derogatory comments about the president and his family and threatening a defamation lawsuit.
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