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President Trump calls himself a 'very stable genius'

14 Enero 2018
President Trump calls himself a 'very stable genius'

"The author of an incendiary new book chronicling President Donald Trump's campaign and early months in office said that the billionaire political neophyte has 'has less credibility than anyone who has ever walked on Earth".

The author of a deeply critical book about Donald Trump's first year in office says he spoke with the President while working on it, contradicting Mr Trump's assertion that he had never talked to the writer for the book and had authorised "zero access" to the White House. Among other claims, the book alleges President Trump did not know who former Republican speaker of the House John Boehner was, and includes scathing interviews with former White House strategist Steve Bannon. Mr Wolff has said his book was based on about 200 interviews, and rejected Mr Trump's claims that it was "phony" and "full of lies".

Fire and Fury unleashed a storm in Washington, D.C., largely because the book claimed to reveal statements from Bannon that undergirded the Democrat line on Trump's alleged "collusion" with Russia during the 2016 election.

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.

Author and journalist Michael Wolff's comment came after Trump and White House officials attacked him and his book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.

"The three senior guys in the campaign thought it was a good idea to meet with a foreign government inside Trump Tower in the conference room on the 25th floor - with no lawyers".

Seth Abramovitch asked Wolff, "Fire and Fury all began with a cover story on Trump in this publication".

"They say he's a moron, idiot. We're holding onto copies for customers who've ordered them for the rest of the day, then we'll sell whatever hasn't been picked up", DelGreco said. "He is like a pinball shooting off the side".

Meanwhile, the Justice Department is launching another probe into Clinton's use of a private email server when she was secretary of state, The Daily Beast reported Thursday.

The bookstore was keeping a tally of all the calls they had received asking for the book.

"The big picture here is of a White House that is chaotic, of a president whose impulses whipsaw the White House of a lot of backstabbing, front-stabbing", said John Dickerson, host of the CBS News program "Face the Nation". Wolff, 64, said on NBC's "Today". "I'm going to finish work, and then I'm not going out tonight; I'm just going to go back and read this book", said Zhang.

Speaking to BBC Radio 4, Mr Blakeman said: "The President has had a tremendous year".