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"I think it's wonderful", said Book Passage co-owner Elaine Petrocelli.

"The Mercers gave Trump $5 million". Not only is he helping me sell books, but he's helping me prove the point of the book. He said he had access to top officials inside the Trump administration, including the president, according to an interview Thursday with the Hollywood Reporter that details the backstory to the book's publishing.

On Thursday Rebekah Mercer issued a statement distancing her family from Bannon. "And it all depends on his need for immediate gratification".

The book which went on sale on Friday also portrays the President as a person who neither knows or cares about policy and doesn't seem to recognize his responsibilities as a President. The publisher moved up the release by four days.

That makes me very happy. Trump said earlier this week that Bannon had "lost his mind". And in doing so, she may have finally killed off what's left of irony in the White House briefing room.

While Wolff's book squares with the past year of high-quality reporting we've seen from news organizations in Washington D.C., the author's credibility has been questioned, as have specific encounters he depicts that don't match with reality.

The book depicts a White House in a state of perpetual chaos, and a president who was ill-prepared to win the office in 2016.

There's a caveat in the opening of "Fire and Fury" in which Wolff warns that he isn't certain that all of its content is true. "We receive a lot of phone calls".

"The story that I have told seems to present this presidency in such a way that it says he can't do his job". Federal Elections Commission records confirm that the Polling Company received payment from the Newt 2012 presidential campaign committee.

A store clerk at Calabasas-based Barnes & Noble said the shop will receive about 35 copies by Jan. 19. "I've been following it everyday on the news, and it's been quite amazing to say the least", said one proud purchaser.

Psychology experts have previously speculated on Trump's mental health, even before Wolff's book and Trump's tweets.

The author explained that he had asked the then-Republican candidate how he compared himself with "the populist movements in Europe, especially with the Brexit vote coming up".

Trump seemed to swat away the possibility of legal action, though, decrying the country's "weak" libel laws.