"I certainly think that it's something they should look at and consider", she said.
"The two fundamental issues [in the book] were that Donald Trump doesn't read anything", said Wolff.
"I don't describe him as childlike, every person in theWhite House". Trump threatened legal action, demanding that Holt withhold the book.
"Steve Bannon is Donald Trump's worst nightmare", claims Dr. Charles Dunn.
"The story is a sort of reflection on the crazy state of modern politics".
Trump tweeted Friday: "The Mercer Family recently dumped the leaker known as Sloppy Steve Bannon". And what they mean by that is he has a need for immediate gratification.
Despite President Trump's efforts to stop publication, the explosive, new tell-all book about Trump's first year in office hit bookshelves Friday.
According to the book, former staffer Steve Bannon told colleagues at Breitbart News "He's not going to make it".
Blair said he'd met with Kushner, but he was clear that he had no interest at all in gaining a position on the Middle East Quartet, a position which he's held in the past. "You're the best piece of tail he'll ever have".
"Not only is he helping me sell books, he is helping me to prove the point of the book", Wolff said on theToday show Friday. "Whether he realized it was an interview or not, I don't know". Store clerks were unable to provide approximate figures regarding the size of these orders.
For what it's worth, Wolff's book allegedly had nothing to do with the rift between the Mercers and Bannon - however wins this succinct are far and few between for Trump, so we'll just let him have this one.
Anchor Savannah Guthrie then asked, "Would you release any of those recordings since your credibility is being questioned?"
While some of the claims have been debunked, Wolff claimed during an interview with BBC he compiled the book by using the "time-honored fashion" of talking to people close to Trump. They have follow-up orders in with the publisher, but when more books will arrive remains a question mark.
Wilson told 24-Hour News 8 it will be interesting to see in the coming weeks if Trump will move forward with a lawsuit.
Nadal, Federer seeded 1-2 at Australian Open
As the sport wrestles with appealing to younger sports fans, quicker formats at both exhibitions and tournaments are on the rise. A year after falling two games short of a dream final against Federer, Dimitrov knows the Open trophy is up for grabs.
Federer faces Bedene first up in Australian Open
Ninth seed Konta reached the semi-finals in Brisbane, although she was defeated in the first round in Sydney's warm-up event. It was the test he sorely needed, the 30-year-old said, and one he was pleased to pass with flying colours.
Windows 10 adds 'Do Not Disturb' feature
Some may hate the browser, but it really has come a long way since it first launched, and it only can get better from here. That device will be able to make calls and texts, and as such will use the Microsoft Messaging and Phone apps.
Ryan's TD pass gives Falcons 10-6 lead — The Latest
So with all that said, the Eagles best bet is to rely on something they know works and something they have great depth at. However, the winner of their divisional-round matchup on Saturday will move one step closer to achieving that goal.
The Fall From Grace — Henrikh Mkhitaryan
City have been very open in their pursuit of the player and came incredibly close to sealing a deal back in the summer window. First-team coach Eddie Niedzwiecki is currently in charge of affairs after Hughes' assistant Mark Bowen also left the club.
My Insane Year Inside Trump's White House — Michael Wolff
The White House has criticized the claims in the book, with press secretary Sarah Sanders calling it "complete fantasy". He told host Nick Robinson his story "seems to present this presidency in such a way that it says he can't do his job".