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Controversial book 'Fire and Fury' sells out in Austin

Controversial book 'Fire and Fury' sells out in Austin

Liberal CNN commentator Brian Stelter added that "real factual errors... makes you wonder about the overall content", while CNN colleague Alisyn Camerota said the book was "sloppy".

Wolff said the book, which portrays Trump as a "child" and the White House as chaotic, is drawn from his regular access to the West Wing and more than 200 interviews, including some three hours with Trump himself. NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith reports.

After President Trump on Thursday threatened to block the book, his lawyers issuing a cease-and-desist letter, the publisher responded by moving up the release date to Friday. Now we have already seen in Donald Trump's first year in office through the end of 2017, he set a record for the highest amount of turnover of staff members in presidential history. Allegations are going to come out.

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Trump reportedly displayed more troubling behavior, such as attempting to "barricade himself" in his own bedroom. Earlier, he had tweeted, "Thank you, Mr. President".

There are so many explosive quotes in author Michael Wolff's new book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House", that it's been hard for the media to keep up - even a media who's familiar with the fast-paced news cycle in the Trump era. And it wasn't just Bannon.

Trump's attorney has demanded a halt to publication of the book or excerpts.

"Nunca he pedido la renuncia de Kenji Fujimori" — Daniel Salaverry
Fuerza Popular acordó por unanimidad abrir proceso disciplinario a los diez congresistas fujimoristas que votaron en contra de la vacancia de Pedro Pablo Kuczynski .

"This man does not read, does not listen". According to the president, he never even gave him a quote. It was a great future.

"Not only is he helping me sell books, but he's helping me prove the point of the book", Wolff said.

Later that night, Trump issued a threat to his former aide, slapping him with the nickname "Sloppy Steve".

"I support President Trump and the platform upon which he was elected", Rebekah Mercer, who along with her father, is a top donor to conservative causes, said in a statement.

"I got in the race before I met or talked to or had any relationship with Steve Bannon", Mr. Tarkanian told reporters.

Perhaps the most notable quote comes from The New York Times' Maggie Haberman - who has established herself as this White House's premier beat reporter. Assistants - young women in the Trump uniform of short skirts, high boots, long and loose hair - as well as, in situation-comedy proximity, all the new stars of the show: Steve Bannon, Kellyanne Conway, Reince Priebus, Sean Spicer, Jared Kushner, Mike Pence, Gary Cohn, Michael Flynn (and after Flynn's abrupt departure less than a month into the job for his involvement in the Russia affair, his replacement, H.R. McMaster), all neatly accessible.