"Of course it's all factual. Now I have to put up with a Fake Book, written by a totally discredited author".
"I absolutely stand by my sources and my methods".
"Steve pretends to be at war with the media, which he calls the opposition party, yet he spent his time at the White House leaking false information to the media to make himself seem far more important than he was".
The committee is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election as well as allegations of collusion between members of the Trump campaign and Russian officials.
Of course, while there has been a landslide of skepticism about the accuracy of the book, Wolff, a journalist, author of several books and a columnist, stands by his writing and has said so repeatedly during interviews. Wolff is standing by his controversial book about President Donald Trump, and the inside operations of his White House. In newsrooms too, Fire and Fury is a hot commodity. A New York Times book reviewer referred to the book as "liberal catnip".
Michael Wolff is a total loser who made up stories in order to sell this really boring and untruthful book.
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"It is a book. This is absolutely, literally, what I saw or what I heard". I wasn't there to bring down the President.
"Literally, I just sort of slipped in through the cracks", Wolff said about being able to gain access into the White House over the past year. It couldn't possibly have been Michael Wolff's abusive, defaming and libelous tell-all, right?
In September, Bannon came close to openly criticizing Trump, demanding a "real review" of what process led President Trump to endorse odd. Since the release of the book, where Bannon took hard shots at Trump and his team, the president was quick to fire back, labeling him as "Sloppy Steve". Other times in the book, I thought, OK, no, I've triangulated this enough.
I can't wait to read "Fire and Fury", no matter what the critics say, and decide for myself whether Wolff's assessment is accurate.
Wolff said he had sympathy for Mr Bannon. "His insights were very germane".
In the Trump presidency news cycle, where major global incidents and provocations are often replaced within a day by a new incendiary tweet or outburst, that is no small feat. Wolff said on "The View" that he later received Bannon's permission to report on the dinner after Ailes died, but Ailes, obviously, could not give similar consent.