'Fire and Fury' top-selling book last week

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Meanwhile, Mr Trump had the Russian Federation investigation in his sights, again labelling it the greatest witch hunt in political history and appearing to call on Republicans to shut it down.

Leaders, even unfit ones, often rise in stature when they acquire office. Given Mr. Trump's record, the latter seems a safe bet. So that when The New York Times writes a hit piece, which is a total disgrace, or when The Washington Post, which is there for other reasons, writes a hit piece, we can sue them and win money instead of having no chance of winning because they're totally protected'. In fact, last summer, House Democrats introduced new legislation to force the president to undergo a psych evaluation. He himself has not helped his case. He would supposedly repeat similar stories with the same words. His Twitter account is a ticking time bomb, and it is nearly as though he seems to equate policymaking with tweeting.

Unsurprisingly, Michael Wolff's bombshell Trump book Fire and Fury is selling like hotcakes. What's more, with Bannon clearly out of Trump's inner circle, there can be no whispers of a power structure outside the White House. I'm going to open up our libel laws so when they write purposely negative and awful and false articles, we can sue them and win lots of money, ' Trump boasted. He and other White House aides have blasted the book as inaccurate trash. But for the president, it is liberating and politically beneficial. A job in the White House basically looked good on their resumés.

"Wolff gathered some of his accounts by simply sitting in the White House and listening".

Bannon stepped down as chairman of Breitbart News Network less than one week following the release of his claims about Trump, which were published in Wolff's book. And so must the rhetorical conflation of Trump and Bannon.

"Before voting for the highest office in the land, Americans have a right to know whether an individual has the physical and mental fitness to serve as President of the U.S.", Boyle said in a statement Tuesday, Jan. 9. At Unabridged Books in Chicago, owner Ed Devereux says that the book has been placed in a more traditional setting, new nonfiction.

The undercurrent of the book, however, is more insidious. It's clear people weren't paying too much attention to what they were putting in their Amazon carts. Because Trumpism, to the extent it exists, was never about Steve Bannon, nationalism, isolationism, or for that matter about anything resembling something close to a coherent ideology or a mature worldview. However, his vision is located in the 1960s where men were market-loving and dapper (mostly white) alpha males and women were cooking meals in aprons and heels. It is therefore likely that his ideas already resonated with Trump back then.

Fallout from Michael Wolff's incendiary Donald Trump tell-all is still unfolding on the American political stage. The sources requested anonymity in order to discuss the closed-door matters. "Trump is going to get worse and will become uncontainable with the pressures of the presidency".