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White House suggests 'no way back' for Steve Bannon
20 Enero 2018, 08:31 | Azura Castelo
White House suggests 'no way back' for Steve Bannon
This is largely designed to accommodate the time that he spends in the White House residence watching TV and tweeting, according to the report, the BBC News said.
Trump likes to threaten defamation lawsuits. "But most have been jovial and appreciated the moment of levity".
A fire was reported early Monday at the Trump Tower, 721 Fifth Ave., where smoke could be seen coming from an upper story.
If what's written in "Fire and Fury" is accurately transcribed, what motivated those Wolff allegedly interviewed to undermine, even betray, the president?
Soon after, Trump tweeted: "Jake Tapper of Fake News CNN just got destroyed in his interview with Stephen Miller of the Trump Administration". "I am confident in everything that is in this book", he said. Few White House staff will appreciate the portrayal. A Trump lawyer last week sent a cease and letter to the publisher, demanding it be withheld.
"Donald Trump, Jr.is both a patriot and a good man. He has been relentless in his advocacy for his father and the agenda that has helped turn our country around", Bannon said in a statement to Axios.
But Wolff painted a picture of White House staff working to shield Trump from situations that may expose him to such scrutiny.
His perceived influence on Trump led to him gracing the cover of Time in February 2017 with the headline, "The Great Manipulator". The reference angered the president, who last week lashed out at Bannon, saying he "lost his mind". He assailed Bannon, reportedly a key source for the author, as "vindictive" and "out of touch with reality".
"The top concern of all is the power of the president to use and exercise force, whether it's nuclear or whether it's sending troops into a region of conflict". Trump appreciates praise, but the flattery works for only a short while.
Wolff noted that some people in the administration tend to loosely reference the 25th Amendment - the constitutional provision that allows 14 specific people to remove a sitting president from office - when talking about Trump's words and actions. Trump was traveling to Atlanta later Monday for the College Football Playoff National Championship.
Bannon previously chaired Breitbart from 2012 to 2016.
After a few glasses of wine on Friday, the day when Wolff's book was released, Hansen said he logged onto Amazon and found his own book had made it onto three bestseller lists. As for the actual malice, if Wolff has indeed manufactured quotations or events, that would go a long way toward establishing that he knew he was publishing falsehoods. A psychological evaluation will not be part of the process. The president praised one aide who engaged in a bitter back-and-forth on CNN and insisted the president is not only sane, but brilliant.
President Donald Trump is hailing the Republican tax overhaul law during a pitch to rural America at a meeting of the American Farm Bureau Federation.
"As push came to shove and the mainstream media and swamp bureaucracy more and more militantly organised against him, Trump was certainly going to need the Mercer-backed alt-right standing up in his defence". White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has promised a readout of the results as soon as information becomes available, but it's ultimately up to the president as to what information he wants to share with the public.
Trump threatened to sue Wolff over the book, saying some claims were libelous.
Life on the wrong side of Donald Trump drained the swagger from Steve Bannon.
The sales don't really matter, he said. He didn't become the president by accident...
The New York Times said Bannon's departure was forced by onetime financial patron, Rebekah Mercer.
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In lieu of gifts or parties, Martin Luther King Jr . "You get a group of guys working together and I think sports is a unifier". Congressman Steve King of Iowa has said in the past and as recently as December that diversity is not our strength.