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Liberals fall for hilarious spoof of Wolff's Trump book

16 Enero 2018, 09:28 | Bibiana Flor

Liberals fall for hilarious spoof of Wolff's Trump book

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"I will quote Steve Bannon", Wolff said. Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings.

He reported from inside Trump Tower in New York City and later from inside the White House.

The book was originally slated for release on Jan. 9. We're so glad you were able to join us before returning to the asylum today. "I ran for president one time and won and I then I hear this guy, who doesn't know me, says he interviewed me for three hours in the White House but that didn't happen", he said. "I have no reason to question his mental fitness", Tillerson told CNN when asked about the contents of the book.

Trump has dismissed the book as full of lies.

It was a blistering attack against the man who helped deliver the presidency to Trump. "It certainly was not off the record", the Hill, quoted Wolff, as saying on NBC's 'Today Show'.

Lee is the editor of The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump, written by 27 psychiatrists, psychologists and other mental health professionals, which offers analysis of Trump's psychological state.

Bannon has also been hit hard by the release of the book.

Donald Trump has begun the year much as performed last year, with a stupid, childish tweet about his nuclear "button" in response to an equally silly remark by the ruler of North Korea. "Too bad!" Trump wrote on Twitter.

Then, it continues, Trump would invite the husband to stop by his office and subject him to "sexual banter" while having the wife listen in on speakerphone. Daughter Ivanka plans with her husband to one day become president herself, if the time comes.

But if Trump does escape legal prosecution, Wolff's terrifying political tome adds weight to a growing body of evidence that the Manhattan billionaire is temperamentally unfit to serve.

"People have been calling about it all day", she said. The moves followed the Bannon split but had been considered for some time, White House officials said. He is an "idiot surrounded by clowns".

Complaints from Mr Trump's camp have done nothing to impede the book's popularity. In December, he told the Guardian that in his approach to researching the book he had been "not particularly hostile".

President Donald Trump says he no longer speaks with former chief strategist Steve Bannon, who unloaded on his administration in a new book. In a post-inauguration Newsweek piece titled "Why the Media Keeps Losing to Donald Trump", he expanded on his early themes to describe the Trump gang as superior to the press.

"Many, in Trumpian fashion, are baldly untrue", Wolff writes of some accounts. It paints a derogatory portrait of Trump. "Smart!" the other tweet read. I am so happy about this News! "He was remembering things, he was on point, he was following up on discussions". "But that's the brain trust that they had", Bannon said, in an apparent insult to Trump Jr.

Some parts of "Fire and Fury" were released earlier this week. "So he's like a pinball, just shooting off the sides", Wolff said.

A cancer again is growing on the US presidency, and few know whether the 45th president will survive a single term.

"I've never questioned his mental fitness".

"Fire and Fury" features behind-the-scenes anecdotes from Trump's White House, including details on how the most powerful men and women in Washington worked to make Trump president - and then turned on one another after hetook the oath of office.



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