Whitcoulls head book manager Joan Mackenzie said ground staff were telling her customers wanted to get their hands on a copy of the controversial book. While the sources may be reliable due to the sources' proximity and intimacy with our Commander in Chief, the fact remains that attacks on thepresident are extremely popular - and are also apparently very monetizable.
"It was Steve and I had a conversation about it and he asked me to sit down with him", he said. He has tied his brand to that of the president's, and Trump's response to Bannon's alleged words forces their racist followers to choose between two incompetent white nationalist demigods. "You guys opened the door", "New Day" co-host Chris Cuomo said, referring to the interviews and White House access granted to Wolff. "In essence, I bought the book precisely to spite Trump".
Others have argued there is a failure on the part of foreign commentators to appreciate that a lot of what Trump says and does is geared to appeal to his supporters and his voting base. But his observations led him to the conclusion that "that's notthe story. This is like taking it to a whole new low".
Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., introduced a bill in April to establish a commission that would study if the president is mentally or physically unable to perform his duties. In Europe, the Stoxx 600 was 0.2 percent higher at 5:45 a.m. Eastern Time as a gauge of economic confidence for the euro area climbed to the strongest level since December 2000. So he looks ascendant. On its face, this sounds like a classic candidate for a defamation case. "They're going to crack Don Junior like an egg on national TV". Of course, Roy Moore loses.
"Michael Wolff, it is a fascinating book", Tur said at the end of their interview.
MCEVERS: That's the impression I get from the book. Is it Bannon? Is it Breitbart?
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One-time senior strategist Steve Bannon, seeing Haley as a threat to his more nationalist agenda, has worked to ensure secretary of state Rex Tillerson will be replaced by CIA director Mike Pompeo rather than Haley should the Texas oilman leave the State Department, the book claims. "I don't believe there's any way back for Mr. Bannon at this point", Gidley said. It's a minority base. "And they have some explaining to do as well". What are his mistakes, though?
WOLFF:.Maybe seeing around corners here. "Not only is it not accurate, there are so many misrepresentations in this book that it shouldn't be taken seriously", Lewandowski said. Former Obama adviser Steve Rattner called Wolff a "total sleaze bag" and an "unprincipled writer of fiction". He's 64 years old. He's got to do things now. Better scrutiny leads to reduced corruption and stronger democracies in all society's institutions, including government, corporations and other organisations.
Success! An email has been sent with a link to confirm list signup. "That adds to our worries about America's reliability as an ally - something that Trump has given us cause to question already", he added.
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The White House put out a brief statement Sunday detailing the president's activities, saying the administration was hard at work. The Statue of Liberty and Philadelphia's Liberty Bell were closed, but visitors had access to other sites such as Yellowstone.
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His mannerisms, voice and tone are so specific that attempts at mimicry like Alec Baldwin's on Saturday Night Live fall flat. If the secret tape of a president threatening a private citizen with jail were leaked, it would be a scandal.
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Zidane, meanwhile, played down media speculation linking Madrid with another of the game's top forwards - PSG ace Neymar . Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp would be right in watching over there shoulders if this trend is to mean anything at all.