Ouch! Author Michael Wolff slams Trump over book criticism

Ouch! Author Michael Wolff slams Trump over book criticism”

The author, Michael Wolff, claims she makes fun of her father's hair by telling friends exactly how he constructs the famous do. They also sent a "cease and desist" letter to Stephen Bannon, Trump's former chief strategist. "If he was unfit, he probably wouldn't be sitting there and wouldn't have defeated the most qualified group of candidates the Republican Party has ever seen".

A well-known independent bookstore in Washington, D.C., Kramerbooks, which is just a mile away from the White House, had a crowd lined up at midnight.

In a tweet on Thursday, Mr Trump said: "I authorized Zero access to White House (actually turned him down many times) for author of phony book!"

"I absolutely spoke to the President", Wolff said.

The president tried to stop the book from being published because the White House says it is full of false statements.

It's his latest pushback against a book that portrays him as a leader who doesn't understand the weight of the presidency. "It certainly was not off the record", the Hill, quoted Wolff, as saying on NBC's 'Today Show'.

Both declined comment to the publication.

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".

The tweet, since its conception some eight hours ago at time of writing, has received over 35,000 replies - a solid mix of agreement and disagreement with Trump's point - but who knew that Mark Hamill himself would take time out of his day to share his two cents. "I am certainly and absolutely, in every way, comfortable with everything I've reported in this book", Wolff said.

Author Michael Wolff's sensational book on President Donald Trump's administration is the top seller online.

Wolff also said, "I have recordings".

In another dispute, Wolff said he had access to the White House and interviewed Trump.

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Tillerson insisted that the United States is in a stronger place internationally thanks to Trump's policies.

The row has overshadowed a key meeting of Republicans as they try to thrash out their priorities for 2018. In interviews after the news broke with the conservative Breitbart News website, he called Trump a "great man" and pledged continued support for the president's agenda.

"One hundred percent of the people around him" questioned the President's intelligence and fitness for office, Wolff said.

Trump responded by claiming Bannon "lost his mind".

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