Some of the claims in Wolff's book include Trump's belief that he was not going to defeat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, and that his wife, Melania Trump, was upset when did win.
"Right now it's probably safe to say that the total number of people who have read this book is in the small number of thousands, but in a week it will be 100,000 or 200,000", said Mike Statzkin, a publishing industry consultant.
The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. "Like the man he writes about, Wolff is a gossip who is very skilled at extracting information and sensing weakness", the late media writer David Carr wrote in a New York Times review of the book in 2008. Because we tend to view presidents - and presidencies - as tied together by some sort of narrative arc.
Dingledine and other D.C. residents braved the frigid weather to be there for the midnight release.
In the past, Trump's son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner had come to the President's aid, often describing Trump as "crazy, but he's a genius".
"It's not as good as Pocahontas", she responded, in reference to Trump's Liz Warren moniker. "But then there's the second hurdle that not only does he not read, he doesn't listen", he said.
Barnes & Noble spokeswoman Mary Ellen Keating said their stores expect "small quantities" of the book to arrive Friday, with additional copies landing early next week as originally planned. "I consider (the book) a work of fiction". "We see 'Fire and Fury' as an extraordinary contribution to our national discourse, and are proceeding with the publication of the book".
Justin Bethel, a manager of the Politics and Prose bookstore, said its 30 copies sold out quickly. But perhaps the most important to understand is that it lacks any sort of meta-narrative. For years, been a took on the highest powered members of the Republican's and the Democrats, writing highly unflattering columns and books.
The book was originally slated for release on Jan. 9.
"I think the president of the United States has shown he's very very capable; very, very talented", conservative commentator Ed Martin tells Weekend Edition.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders hit back in a separate interview on Fox and Friends where she said Wolff never interviewed the President despite "repeatedly begging" to see him.
Some political commentators have suggested his address by pre-recorded video allowed him to avoid questions on the book.
KEITH: When Trump stops by the cameras, he often lingers to answer questions - not so today.
"That's the background to the perception and the understanding that will finally end... this presidency", he concluded. I thought that from the beginning this was going to be an extraordinary story in whatever way it went. The initial explanation for Trump Jr.'s meeting was that it was to talk about the issue of Russian adoptions.
Specifically, how legislators can agree on funding the federal government for the current fiscal year.
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