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Sensational book on Trump is top seller online — The Latest

22 Enero 2018, 06:04 | Bibiana Flor

Sensational book on Trump is top seller online — The Latest

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"They should be concerned about putting out information that's not true".

Indy Reads Books on Massachusetts Avenue got more than 20 phone calls Friday asking about the book.

Publisher Henry & Holt Company had planned a Jan. 9 release. Following those excerpts were claims suggesting Trump's closest confidantes believed he was mentally unstable.

Behind the scenes, though, Trump has been enraged by the betrayal by Bannon - a man who engineered the New York real estate mogul's link to the nationalist far right and helped create a pro-Trump media ecosystem. The economy is booming, we're crushing ISIS, day after day things are getting better for Americans all over this country. Wolff characterizes Trump as uninformed and at times erratic since he became president. "Now that that process is completed", Sanders said, "we can move forward and that will start next week".

Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci launched his own media blitz, encouraging Bannon to back down. "This book is about Donald Trump".

"What's the suggestion there?"

The feud also sparked the president's creativity, leading him to coming up with his most inspired nickname in months, to the delight of many.

NBC News' "Today" show host Savannah Guthrie asked: "You think he's helping you sell books?"

Wolff said White House employees described the president as childlike because "he has the need for immediate gratification".

The book was released four days ahead of schedule due to an effort by lawyers for President Donald Trump to stop its publication. He also says he never spoke with the book's author.

"Where do I send the box of chocolates?"

Hannity said it didn't happen that way. "Smart!" Trump tweeted about Rebekah Mercer and her family.

Trump says he never authorized the book, but Wolff claims to have had a three-hour interview with the president.

It'll probably be the biggest-selling book of the year. The publisher instead moved up the release date to Friday.

Senior Advisor Jared Kusher, White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and President Donald Trump arrive at the start of a meeting, in the Roosevelt Room at the White House in this file photo, Feb. 2, 2017, in Washington.

"Why? You've already done enough for him".

In an interview to National Public Radio, Bannon stood by the content of his book and his criticism of the president.



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