Bannon's statement about Don Jr. 'not true — Wolff

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Wolff has made the case that 100% of the people he has talked to believed that Trump should not be president and are very concerned about his mental fitness.

Holt is a Macmillan imprint.

Trump never explicitly allowed his visits nor barred him from the White House, Wolff said, which allowed Wolff to exploit this "non-disapproval" to gain access through "various senior staffers".

Tweeting is also serious business for the president and allegedly requires a lot of time and hard work. And a Kremlin-linked Russian lawyer was "treasonous".

According to The Guardian, Mr Bannon said in a statement: "My comments were aimed at Paul Manafort, a seasoned campaign professional with experience and knowledge of how the Russians operate". Yet one of the administration's chief spin doctors has been remarkably quiet.

The book, which has dominated U.S. news media since excerpts began to surface on Wednesday, depicts a chaotic White House led by a man who is mentally unstable and unfit for the job. Bannon didn't deny making the comments to Wolff.

"This is like a fundamentally serious thing about this, that everybody in the White House had their own press secretary", Wolff said.

Wolff stopped by Katy Tur's show on MSNBC Monday afternoon to further defend the book.

Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, said she visits the White House once a week, and "no one questions the stability of the president".

"President Trump was the only candidate that could have taken on and defeated the Clinton apparatus".

And those results were disastrous.

Our response is firm, as it has to be. I am writing you today to explain why this is a matter of great importance.

Miller's interview on CNN's "State of the Union" quickly grew heated, with Miller criticizing CNN's coverage and moderator Jake Tapper accusing Miller of speaking to an audience of one: his boss.

Without the Mercers' support, and that of the rest of the Breitbart board, including CEO Larry Solov and Susie Breitbart - wife of the site's deceased founder, Andrew Breitbart - Bannon was forced to step down. That is something that no American court would order as it is flagrantly unconstitutional. "I moved on her like a b--, but I couldn't get there". We cannot stand silent.

US President Donald Trump used legal threats to try and stop Fire and Fury from coming out.

Michael Wolff, the author of the new White House tell-all "Fire and Fury", said Monday both current and former top White House officials encouraged other aides "to cooperate" in interviews for the book. Bannon helped to drive Trump's nationalist messaging in the final months of the 2016 election, contributing to the then-candidate's harsh criticisms of free trade and China.

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