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Trump defends his sanity on Twitter

14 Enero 2018

The Mercers not only own a minority stake in Breitbart, they also have invested in political data firm Cambridge Analytica, where Mr. Bannon was a board member, and the Government Accountability Institute, an investigative nonprofit organization co-founded by Mr. Bannon.

The White House is pushing back against a book released Friday which is highly critical of the president. Or, the anti-Trump media and Democratic Party "Impeach Trump" crowd, as the case may be.

Say what you will about Wolff: Unless the book is wholesale invention, something in his I'm-with-the-band swagger in the West Wing attracted awesomely sordid material from Trump's scurvy syndicate. "One hundred percent of the people around him" question Trump's fitness for office, Wolff continued.

Barnes & Noble in Racine also sold out Friday morning, and the local Target, Costco and Walmart stores had no copies to sell.

Trump and his aides have attacked Wolff's journalistic credibility and said the book is replete with falsehoods.

On Thursday evening, Trump tweeted, "I authorized Zero access to White House (actually turned him down many times) for author of phony book!"

Trump attempted to stop the book from being released, but the book officially released Friday at 9 a.m. ET and is soaring atop Amazon's Best Sellers list. Let's remember, this man does not read. Reagan was ultimately diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease six years after leaving office. Instead, it began sales early.

At least a dozen members of the US Congress, most of them Democrats, were briefed by a Yale University professor of psychiatry on President Donald Trump's mental health, US media reported Thursday.

Asked to elaborate on that, Wolff said: "I will quote Steve Bannon - he's lost it", Wolff said, referring to Trump's former strategist.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders slammed Wolff during an interview on Fox News, saying he never even interviewed the president.

It's "sad that people are going and making these desperate attempts to attack the president", she added.

The President has gone to his Camp David retreat, hoping to steady the ship by concentrating on policy and looming elections in talks with congressional leaders.

"The Mercer Family recently dumped the leaker known as Sloppy Steve Bannon". The publisher moved up the release by four days. "The debate, as Bannon put it, was not about whether the president's situation was bad, but whether it was 25th-Amendment bad", Wolff writes. Just before its publication, Murdoch publicly questioned some of Wolff's reporting in that book.

Trump defends his sanity on Twitter