Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins discusses this. Writing in The Atlantic on Thursday, James Fallows, a former Carter administration official and prominent critic of Mr. Trump, called the book's details "unforgettable and potentially historic".
Asked about White House lawyers attempting to block publication, he replied: "Where do I send the box of chocolates?"
The big-chain bookstores were no different.
In other words: Take with a grain of salt, Dear Reader, what you read.
Stephen Colbert took a more theatrical approach to mocking the president, imagining the president crying over his break-up with Bannon while sitting at his desk in the Oval Office.
Both declined comment to the publication.
"Now, Sloppy Steve is Trump's new nickname for Steve Bannon, and I have to admit, it's a good one", the comedian said on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Friday night. That establishment was represented by Reince Priebus, who was Trump's chief-of-staff until he resigned at the end of July. Despite Trump's best efforts to dismiss the contents, it has only brought the book more attention while making it a best seller in the process.
Hamill has been championed on Twitter ever since.
Bannon also reportedly predicted, "They're going to crack Don Junior like an egg on national TV".
What else did Blair have to say?
The mock cover (seen above via Business Insider's Joe Perticone) was reportedly distributed by the RNC via email blast. Every time new allegations have come out about what Donald Trump does or is or says or has done, people stop believing his defenses.
"Whether he realised it was an interview or not, I don't know, but it was certainly not off the record". But that doesn't mean that a majority of people believe him.
"Of course I've met him and we discussed the Middle East peace process". On the pages of the book, aides are quoted openly criticizing the president, describing him as a child.
Trump, upon hearing of the book's release, expressed his views on Michael Wolff and political figure Steve Bannon.