"My book is about unique access to Trump and his aides". "And what they mean by that is, he has a need for immediate gratification". Roupenian's story, published in the New Yorker, is about a romance gone bad in an achingly contemporary way. The book also jumped on the top spot at Amazon's bestseller list. The publisher moved up the release by four days. Donald Trump, as we know, is prone to fits of rage. I think Steve Bannon has played a poor card.
Mr Bannon is chairman of the so-called alt-right Breitbart News website.
The book depicts a chaotic White House, a president who was ill-prepared to win the office in 2016, and Trump aides who scorned his abilities. Henry Holt and Co. responded by releasing it sooner.
"Bannon said that he advised him not to back down, not to take back what he had said, not to try to revise it, because he said the press will only say it's too little, too late".
"Fire and Fury: Inside the White House" gives a unique view into the workings of the Trump's Administration.
Despite the president's legal threats, Michael Wolff's explosive new book on Donald Trump's White House hit bookshelves ahead of schedule Friday. Well, it so happens that I was in the White House with Bannon during that time interviewing him for my book. Most days, Wolff wrote, Trump preferred to be in bed by 6.30 pm, watching his three televisions, eating a cheeseburger and making telephone calls to friends and confidants. She said Wolff never interviewed the president, saying that he "repeatedly begged to see the president". "Whether he realised it was an interview or not, I don't know, but it certainly was not off the record".
It's also focused attention on Wolff, who has been described as a provocateur who loves the spotlight - except when it moves on.
Wolff said in an interview Friday that 100% of the people around Trump question his intelligence and fitness for office.
They're "desperate attempts" to attack Trump, she said.
He also stressed that he had recordings and notes of conversations reported in the book.
Nearly a year ago, Wolff disparaged news outlets covering their own industry even in the time of Trump.
It already has cost him a key backer.
Following the publishing of excerpts from Michael Wolff's bombshell book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House", which Bannon is quoted extensively in, Trump did exactly what allies reportedly told Bannon he would.
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