Explosive book finds Trump team concerned about his fitness

Explosive book finds Trump team concerned about his fitness

Following the release of Michael Wolff's new book Fire And Fury, many aides to Donald Trump are planning to make an exit from his administration, according to reporters at Axios who spoke to staffers.

Trump attempted to stop the book from being released, but the book officially released Friday at 9 a.m. ET and is soaring atop Amazon's Best Sellers list. Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins discusses this.

In Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, author Michael Wolff writes that the president "and Melania spent relatively little time together". Trump wrote in the first tweet. Writing in The Atlantic on Thursday, James Fallows, a former Carter administration official and prominent critic of Mr. Trump, called the book's details "unforgettable and potentially historic".

Addressing Bannon's comments, Wolff said, "The president has tried to put this, this book is about Steve Bannon. I've never had such conversation in the White House, outside of the White House, with Jared Kushner, with anybody else", Blair said in the interview.

In Washington, D.C., people waited outside bookstores in extremely cold weather to buy the book. The Wall Street Journal reported that the owners of the publication were debating Bannon's future on Wednesday.

In one noteworthy exchange with the "Today" show host Savannah Guthrie, Wolff reasserted the book's claim that every single person around President Donald Trump, including senior advisers and family members, had questioned the president's intelligence and fitness for office. So for instance, he inaccurately describes a report in the New York Times.

He added: "What they mean by that is he has the need for instant gratification".

"Sloppy Steve" is Trump's new Twitter insult for his former campaign executive, whose ideas of economic nationalism and anti-Muslim worldview formed the philosophical core of Trump's campaign for president.

Hamill has been championed on Twitter ever since. We're going to Camp David.

The mock cover (seen above via Business Insider's Joe Perticone) was reportedly distributed by the RNC via email blast. But that doesn't mean that a majority of people believe him.

Meanwhile, others thought the appearance threw up a range of comparisons. A Kindle copy would cost you $14.99 and there also appeared to be audiobook versions ready for purchase.