I'm a 'very stable genius — Trump tweets

I'm a 'very stable genius — Trump tweets

No matter, the author, Michael Wolff, is laughing all the way to the bank - his book on Trump, 'Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House', went on sale yesterday and is already in the top spot on Amazon's and others' lists of best-selling books. Oh, come on. They didn't actually say that? So for instance, he inaccurately describes a report in the New York Times.

Some stores were sold out the book within a few hours on Friday.

On Thursday, however, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders suggested from the briefing room podium that the website should consider ousting Bannon.

President Donald Trump is praising a major Republican donor family for distancing themselves from his former adviser Steve Bannon. Now Sloppy Steve has been dumped like a dog by almost everyone.

That makes me very happy.

Michael Wolff, author of "Fire and Fury", a new book about the chaotic Trump campaign and administration, in 2001. Trump said earlier this week that Bannon had "lost his mind".

"It's unusual for a book to get all this attention without anyone having known about it", said Bercu. They also sent a "cease and desist" letter to Stephen Bannon, Trump's former chief strategist.

"Sloppy" joins the ranks of other monikers Trump has bestowed on his foes in the past, including "Lyin' Ted" Cruz, "Little Marco" Rubio, "Liddle" Bob Corker, "Low Energy Jeb" Bush and "Crooked Hillary" Clinton.

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BookPeople received their normal amount of new copies of the book but wasn't prepared for the book to sell-out.

Bannon's reaction to the controversy has been muted.

The White House has pushed back against Wolff's book, with Trump himself denying that the author had West Wing access or interviewed Trump. I never sought one.

He said the President "hardly has a staff as most people have left the White House" and that "If there is an emergency would you trust Donald Trump with that?"

As someone who loves to read, and wishes more Americans did, too, this is a trend I'd like to see more of in 2018. She said Wolff "repeatedly begged to see the president" but was denied.

In 2009, Wolff published "The Man Who Owns the News", a book about media business leader Rupert Murdoch.

"The story is a sort of reflection on the crazy state of modern politics". The publisher instead moved up the release date to Friday.

Mr Wolff, responding to Mr Trump's claim the book was "full of lies", said the president had "less credibility than perhaps anybody who has ever walked on earth".