According to the book, that is.
New power players in the West Wing may not yet be household names, but they will likely help shape the fortunes of Trump's 2018. "You can buy it (and read it) tomorrow".
"Fire and Fury" began making headlines Wednesday when Trump, responding to excerpts from the book that included comments from former adviser Steve Bannon, said that Bannon had "lost his mind". But he decided to put some of that information in the book nonetheless and allow "the reader to judge".
The statement came in response to an unflattering new book by writer Michael Wolff that paints Trump as a juvenile in many ways who doesn't understand the weight of the presidency and spends his evenings eating cheeseburgers in bed, watching television and talking on the phone to his old friends. "They didn't have any lawyers".
"Whether he realized it was an interview or not, I don't know, but it certainly was not off the record", Wolff said.
"You never see it, you never know it, because you don't need to".
"President Trump has earned the right as an outsider to create an outsider White House", said Fleischer.
He wasn't fired, but Bannon's main financial backer is formally cutting ties with him, The Washington Post reported. What is it about certain men who must always resort to measurements? He was told it was the store's only copy. On Friday, he said a manager told him otherwise.
Early Thursday evening, Kramerbooks announced it would start selling copies of Wolff's book at midnight - nine hours before the text would be available to download via Kindle, and thus a rare case of paper being faster than digital.
Lewandowski said Wolff's inaccuracies ranged "from simple things like ages of staffers working in the White House, which is a simple thing to check, to facts like Melania Trump was crying on election night". "I owe them an enormous debt". By Friday, the book was No. 1 on the Amazon best-sellers list.
It has also marked a public break between Trump and his former chief of staff and campaign architect Steve Bannon, after Bannon called the Trump Tower meeting with Russians "treasonous".
But that was fine, he thought.
Wolff claims that the president has a low opinion of the intelligence of his other sons - Donald Jr. and Eric - saying, "Their father took some regular pleasure in pointing out that they were in the back of the room when God handed out brains".
The release date was moved up from Tuesday amid a flurry of interest in the controversial book in recent days.
One person who was particular concerned?
He said that since Trump has been president, the value of stock market has increased by $6 trillion, "real wages are through the roof, people have more money in their 401-Ks, consumer confidence is through the roof and the economy is booming because of the reduction in regulations that this president has done". He wrote that some sources were definitely lying to him, and others gave contradicting accounts of events.
The White House, not surprisingly, has called the book "tabloid journalism". Mental health professionals have signed a petition calling for his removal from office.
Again, this is no laughing matter.
After Trump met with Silicon Valley executives, he reportedly spoke with media mogul Rupert Murdoch. This, we were once cautioned, would take many years.
"What a f***ing idiot", Murdoch apparently said.
And it was definitely a D.C. moment: Dingledine found himself flanked by a cluster of cameras - the BBC, Fox News, someone conducting interviews in Turkish, and emissaries of various local TV channels. Joseph McCarthy during the Red Scare and his witch hunt for potential communists.
Trump also reportedly asked Ailes to chair his campaign.
Months before he hurled graphic insults at the Morning Joe hosts, Trump had lunch with Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinksi.