Sábado, 17 Noviembre 2018
Ultimas noticias
Casa » White House Pushes Back Against 'Fire and Fury'

White House Pushes Back Against 'Fire and Fury'

13 Enero 2018

In 2004, The New Republic said the scenes in his columns "aren't re-created so much as created - springing from Wolff's imagination rather than from actual knowledge of events".

Wolff has been accused in the past of embellishing his reporting, and some have voiced skepticism about the juicy book's claims. "It becomes, from day one, the crisis of the presidency: You can't tell him anything". Harder also told Reuters that "legal action is imminent" against Bannon.

Trump tweeted Friday: "The Mercer Family recently dumped the leaker known as Sloppy Steve Bannon".

Nevertheless, early in the presidential campaign, Trump launched a blistering attack of Christie, charging that he knew about the lane closings at the center of the George Washington Bridge scandal before they happened. Press corps members also spotted Wolff at the White House on multiple occasions.

"In pursuing a friend's wife, he would try to persuade the wife that her husband was perhaps not what she thought", the book reads.

However, Wolff said Friday on NBC's "Today" show that he had talked to the president for the book. The publisher moved up the release by four days.

Now that he is on his own, Steve is learning that winning isn't as easy as I make it look. Trump said earlier this week that Bannon had "lost his mind".

Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli discusses the new book about President Trump from Michael Wolff.

She said that Bannon "spent a lot more time with reporters than he ever did with the president".

To the casual reader, Trump's tweet could give the impression that he and Wolff never spoke - but that's far from the case.

"He gets basic details wrong", Haberman is quoted as saying on the faux cover. "They say he's a moron, an idiot". "What was Michael Wolff doing in the White House in the first place?" "Whether he realized it was an interview or not, I don't know, but it was certainly not off the record", he said.

The publication of Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House has triggered a political firestorm in America, sparking renewed speculation about the President's future. In fact, the only reason the dude has stopped watching daytime TV and touching his so-called Big Button (a clear over-compensation) since the excerpts were released is to shit-talk his old red-nosed buddy Steve Bannon, who, according to Wolff, called the Trump sons "treasonous" and Ivanka "dumb as a brick".

"Michael Wolff is a total loser who made up stories in order to sell this really boring and untruthful book", Trump wrote.

"I have recordings, I have notes, I am certainly and absolutely in every way comfortable with everything I have reported", the author said.

Grimm hit back at the comments Friday, saying they were harmful to the White House.

Lawyers for President Donald Trump sent a cease-and-desist letter to his former senior strategist Stephen Bannon, arguing he had violated a non-disclosure agreement in speaking about his time on the campaign and in Trump's most trusted inner circle.

"It's sort of a reflection to me on the crazy state of modern politics".

White House Pushes Back Against 'Fire and Fury'