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Metro bookstores struggling to keep new Trump book in stock

14 Enero 2018

Donald Trump is such a disgusting person.

He continued that everyone described the president as like a child because of his need for instant gratification and the fact that "It's all about him".

"The two fundamental issues [in the book] were that Donald Trump doesn't read anything", said Wolff.

"I called our distributor to get the scoop".

"Steve Bannon is Donald Trump's worst nightmare", claims Dr. Charles Dunn.

The Mercers still could remain influential figures in politics - and a threat to establishment congressional candidates in November's midterm elections - even as Bannon is sidelined. "And his staff is no better".

The tweet was a reference to donor Rebekah Mercer issuing a statement to the Washington Post distancing herself from Bannon.

"My credibility is being questioned by a man who has less credibility than, perhaps, anyone who has ever walked on Earth at this point", he said. The publisher moved up the release by four days.

Bannon was prominently featured in the book, which was available for purchase on Friday. The acrimony suggests a permanent split between the president and the strategist who helped him win the White House.

Blair said he'd met with Kushner, but he was clear that he had no interest at all in gaining a position on the Middle East Quartet, a position which he's held in the past.

Sanders spoke Friday on "Fox and Friends" Friday about Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House". Rainy Day Books owner Vivien Jennings said she is asking her customers to be patient. "That's the background to the perception and the understanding that will finally end. this presidency". "It certainly was not off the record", the Hill, quoted Wolff, as saying on NBC's 'Today Show'.

The reaction was less frenetic in New York, Mr Trump's old home base.

The author said he spent three hours with Trump including over the course of the campaign and in the White House after the inauguration.

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".

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

"Full of lies, misrepresentations and sources that don't exist", he added. Trump tweeted earlier Friday.

Metro bookstores struggling to keep new Trump book in stock