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DC Bookstore Sells Out of Fire and Fury in 20 Minutes

13 Enero 2018
DC Bookstore Sells Out of Fire and Fury in 20 Minutes

And as you mentioned, the title is "Can't Trump This 2017".

They also have separate bedrooms at the White House, the explosive tell-all claims. Trump threatened legal action, demanding that Holt withhold the book.

In response, the publisher moved the book's release date from next week to Jan. 5, citing unprecedented demand.

Even if this were true, says Ms. Showalter, this is "nothing more than the reassurances one gives oneself when one undertakes a tremendously risky venture".

The tweet was a reference to donor Rebekah Mercer issuing a statement to the Washington Post distancing herself from Bannon.

Wolff said he spent about three hours with Trump over the course of the campaign and at the White House.

After the election, the 64-year-old took on the role of chief strategist - an influential, coveted position, on par with the White House chief of staff.

In 2014, The Guardian abruptly cancelled a weekly column by Mr Wolff, without explanation, saying only that it was "time to go our separate ways".

Biographer and journalist Michael Wolff published Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House early on Friday after a leaked excerpt made international headlines.

He had top security clearance and was reportedly behind the President's initial, chaotic travel ban.

Wolff's new book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House is full of insider accounts of Trump's White House, and Wolff's resulting access to the president has been described as "unprecedented". Colbert joked. "I agree with Steve Bannon?".

He just hopes the news cycle keeps Wolff's book fresh on the minds of readers.

"The drama is really what's driving interest", she said.

Trump lawyers sent a cease-and-desist letter to Bannon on Wednesday asking him not to disclose any confidential information. I absolutely spoke to the president. "Whether he realized it was an interview or not, I don't know, but it was certainly not off the record", he said on NBC's "Today" program.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders describes the book as "trashy tabloid fiction" and says the President was "furious" when he learned about it.

Mr Wolff was also revealed to have taped many of his conversations, including those with Steve Bannon, which form much of the basis of the book.

According to Wolff, it was not Jared who was responsible. The government has far less power to limit speech by employees than private companies, Moss said.

What are the questions on Trump's mental health?

"One of these frequent callers was Rupert Murdoch, who before the election had only ever expressed contempt for Trump", Wolff writes in an extracted Hollywood Reporter article about his new book.

The big-chain bookstores were no different. Rebekah Mercer, the billionaire GOP donor and Breitbart co-owner, issued a statement Thursday distancing her family from Bannon.