Rupert Murdoch Called President Trump a 'F**king Moron — BOOK CLAIM

Rupert Murdoch Called President Trump a 'F**king Moron — BOOK CLAIM”

The author of a controversial book on Donald Trump says that all his White House aides see him as a "child" but the accuracy of the book has been questioned in the US media. Jonathan Lemire says Wolff had 'largely unfettered access' to the West Wing compared to other White House reporters. We're joined now from St. Louis by Ed Martin.

ED MARTIN: Great to be with you, Scott.

Beers Books in downtown Sac is keeping a running tab of calls they've received today asking for Fire & Fury.

SIMON:.At least for the moment. We'll see what happens. Steve Bannon would become the de facto head of the tea-party movement. So I have to ask you an old question from organized labor - which side are you on? The company instead moved up the publication date by several days. "I'm here to serve his presidency".

The story that triggered the Trump-Bannon split was an offshoot of the investigation into whether Trump campaign aides colluded with Russia to sway the election to Trump, allegations Trump and Moscow deny. "It all started yesterday morning, a rush of people wanting to reserve a copy".

She said that Bannon "spent a lot more time with reporters than he ever did with the president". "Rather, he absorbs the atmosphere and gossip swirling around him at cocktail parties, on the street, and especially during those long lunches".

Amazon appears to have hardcover copies in stock for $20.98, or the Kindle version for $14.99. I have a bunch of kids, and I thought that was something.

President Donald Trump insisted that a 2016 meeting in Trump Tower was about adoption policy - after knowledge of the confab became public - even though it was likely that reporters had evidence it was set to obtain dirt on Hillary Clinton, a new book on his presidency says. Your point is taken.

Trump's lawyer sent the author a cease and desist letter and the publisher responded with pushing the release date shipment four days early. Trump threatened legal action, demanding that Holt withhold the book.

More and more political figures are questioning the book's accuracy. "It was good enough", Nunberg said, adding that he was attempting to protect the candidate from "gotcha" questions about the Constitution. Jerry Berger seemed to write something different. So look, I think the president of the United States has shown he's very, very capable, very, very talented. "I had no way of knowing what way it would go". "They will not be in until next week", she said.

"We were much busier on the phone than anywhere else", Vlahos said. Trump has said the book is full of lies. I don't think anybody thinks that he tweets with his final pronouncements.

At first glance, it sure sounds like Wolff is admitting to publishing statements-many of which are defamatory-that he knows to be false. It was his wife. "When he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind".

US President Donald Trump.

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