'I spoke to Trump on the record,' insists author

'I spoke to Trump on the record,' insists author”

The president himself has tweeted that the book is phony. They have follow-up orders in with the publisher, but when more books will arrive remains a question mark.

Trump was furious. On Wednesday afternoon, the White House released a statement emphatically disowning Bannon. She said Wolff "repeatedly begged to see the president" but was denied. First there were the Steve Bannon excerpts, revealing what the former White House chief strategist really thought about Donald Trump Jr.'s "treasonous" meeting with a Russian lawyer. Try as they might, including a cease and desist letter and a threat of a lawsuit from Trump's personal attorney, the White House hasn't been able to quiet the buzz about "Fire And Fury".

US President Donald Trump has defended his mental capacity, insisting that he's a "very stable genius".

Meanwhile, Wolff told BBC Radio in an interview broadcast on Saturday that based on his interviews with the people around Trump that he believed the president was unfit for office. The publisher moved up the release by four days.

CORRECTION: Due to an editing error, an earlier version of this article said that Steve Bannon co-founded Breitbart News.

Trump's lawyers had tried to block publication of the book, however, the book has now gone on sale.

"Crooked Hillary Clinton also played these cards very hard and, as everyone knows, went down in flames", he said. "What was Michael Wolff doing in the White House in the first place?"

"Fire and Fury" had been set to be released January 9.

Wolff spent Friday morning defending the book on NBC's "Today" show.

Meanwhile, Twitter responded to Trump's latest "childish" tweets on the subject with a slew of taunting jokes, comments and memes with many saying "thanks for promoting" the book. Wolff has confirmed he has audio recordings of some of those talks.

The US president hit back after an explosive account of life at the White House claimed he never intended to enter the Oval Office and his staff believed he was not fit to hold high office. Trump said on Twitter that it is full of "lies, misrepresentations and sources that don't exist". Far from it. Majority of people in this country want Donald Trump investigated for the sexual assault allegations.

In other words: Take with a grain of salt, Dear Reader, what you read.

In 2009, Wolff published "The Man Who Owns the News", a book about media business leader Rupert Murdoch. "And it all depends on his need for immediate gratification". And he appreciates all the free promotion from the president.

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