White House Pushes Back Against Michael Wolff's 'Fire And Fury'

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"Look at this guy's past and watch what happens to him and Sloppy Steve!".

"I think it was a disgrace that someone's able to have something, do something like that", Trump said of Wolff's book, Fire and Fury.

Wolff wrote the book over 18 months, in which he claims to have spoken with more than 200 people.

Americans have lined up outside bookshops to get their hands on the book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the White House" written by Michael Wolff.

"We said [Wolff and Trump] spoke once by the phone for a few minutes but it wasn't about the book", Sanders said on Fox News on Friday morning. Wolff also writes that the president asked associates to help pursue an anti-Mueller campaign on his behalf.

He laughed off a Trump tweet from Thursday night that said "Fire and Fury" was "full of lies".

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The book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" presents a damning portrayal of the Trump White House and has numerous president's closest advisers questioning his intelligence, leadership and maturity.

Wolff told NPR he spent at least three hours with Trump over the course of his campaign and in the White House.

"The one description that everyone gave, everyone has in common - they all say he is like a child". "The need for immediate gratification".

Washington, Unfazed by fierce criticism and fears over his "mental" health, US President Donald Trump today described himself as being a "genius".

The Maryland press conference Saturday began largely on script, with Trump and Republican leaders talking up their accomplishments in 2017 and the broad strokes of their plans for the year ahead.

In his latest online onslaught, Mr Trump accused his critics of trying to make an issue of his "mental stability and intelligence".

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The president's lawyers warned Bannon that legal action is imminent, with a similar cease and desist letter to the book's publisher and author.

Last year, he reportedly described the President as a moron after a national security meeting, a claim denied by his office. Mr Trump has promised to address the situation, but his "opioid czar" Kellyanne Conway does not appear to be at Camp David.

On the Russia investigation, Bannon is quoted in the book saying that Donald Trump Jr. and Jared Kushner were "treasonous" and "unpatriotic" when they met with a Russian lawyer who claimed to have dirt on Hillary Clinton in June 2016.

"I absolutely spoke to the president", Wolff said.

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