Michael Wolff, the columnist and author who wrote the explosive inside look at the Trump presidencysaid he "sympathizes" with people he interviewed for the book who have since denied some claims attributed to them.
The new fissure in an already fractious Republican Party cast doubt on Bannon's hopes to foment a movement centered on "Trumpism without Trump".
According to Amazon, in the book Wolff "provides a wealth of new details about the chaos in the Oval Office. I had no way of knowing what way it would go".
The book, which quotes former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon heavily and portrays the president as a volatile leader, was originally set to release Tuesday.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who is one among top administration officials to have spent the most time with Wolff, however ridiculed any negative impression about Trump's mental health.
Wolff said in his interview this morning that it is "extraordinary that a president of the United States would try to stop the publication of a book".
In the interview, Mr Wolff stated his belief that Steve Bannon, the hardline nationalist who played a key role in putting Mr Trump in the White House, was now determined to see the President removed from office.
"Let me accent that? anything".
"One of the interesting effects of the book so far is a very clear emperor-has-no-clothes effect", he told BBC Radio 4.
Add up all of this week's White House news and activities (or lack thereof), and you see an increasingly isolated President Trump.
Essentially since the start of the Trump presidents, the liberal media and Democrats have argued that the former businessman is unfit to run the country. "I never spoke to him for book". It was, said Walsh, "like trying to figure out what a child wants".
"When you write a book like this, people regret what they said to me. But it certainly wasn't off the record", he said. "Eventually it will hit that wall".
"I like when he comes up with a nickname and then acts like it was a thing", Kimmel joked.
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Addressing Bannon's comments, Wolff said, "The president has tried to put this, this book is about Steve Bannon ". Wolff told " Today " on Friday that he "absolutely spoke to the president" while working on the book .