What is the Real Motivation Behind Michael Wolff's Book?

What is the Real Motivation Behind Michael Wolff's Book?”

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The election of Donald Trump was a shot heard around the world.

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

The book extensively quotes former Trump adviser Steve Bannon.

It includes bombshell revelations like President Trump didn't want to win the presidency. Wolff is a long-controversial journalist whose book, full of juicy revelations about the chaotic Trump administration, was released Friday over the president's threat of legal action.

On Thursday Rebekah Mercer issued a statement distancing her family from Bannon.

"That is the entire exchange - make of it what you will".

Perhaps most famously, Wolff profiled media mogul Rupert Murdoch in his 2010 book The Man Who Owns the News.

"Steve Bannon has nothing to do with me or my Presidency", Trump said in a statement released by the White House earlier this week.

Michael Wolff, the columnist and author who wrote the explosive inside look at the Trump presidency said he "sympathizes" with people he interviewed for the book who have since denied some claims attributed to them.

She said that Bannon "spent a lot more time with reporters than he ever did with the president".

Michael Wolff said on NBC's "Today Show": "Where do I send a box of chocolates?" "Just shooting off the sides".

The president tweeted he was a "VERY successul businessman".

"This is extraordinary, that the president of the United States would try to stop the publication of a book".

Pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson noted on Twitter that Conway was a pollster for former House Speaker Newt Gingrich's presidential campaign in 2012 and criticized Wolff for framing Conway's firm as "small-time".

And so, we've all been reading those excerpts pretty obsessively and trying to absorb as much of this new information as possible, because holy smokes, it is next-level bananas.

Speaking later at Camp David, he again attacked Wolff's version of events and said he considered the book a "work of fiction" by a "fraud".

The president bemoaned what he said were "very weak" libel laws in the US. The publisher instead moved up the release date to Friday.

Limbaugh argued that Trump brought Bannon onto his campaign team in 2016 as part of a deal with the Mercers, who donated millions to his campaign. "We got a guy in the White House who's unstable and not fit for office".

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