Former Trump adviser tells ABC News he 'probably' called president an 'idiot'

Former Trump adviser tells ABC News he 'probably' called president an 'idiot'
Decisive round nears in Trump vs Media

14 Enero, 2018

The excerpt refers to Trump's treasury secretary, former chief-of-staff, economic adviser and national security adviser, respectively.

Among other things, the book reveals that former Trump campaign chair and White House strategist Steve Bannon believes an infamous June 2016 meeting between Donald Trump Jr, Jared Kushner, Paul Manafort and Russians offering incriminating information about Hillary Clinton at Trump Tower was "treasonous", "unpatriotic" and "bad shit". NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith reports.

Michael Wolff brushed off criticism by Donald Trump as he defended "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" on the "Today" show. Allegations are going to come out. They allegedly used to have dinner together most nights until he was fired.

"The story is a sort of reflection on the crazy state of modern politics".

The acclaimed author is sure that his ultimate conclusion, that Trump is unfit for office, ia already becoming a common acceptance across America. Earlier, he had tweeted, "Thank you, Mr. President". And it wasn't just Bannon.

Trump's lawyers sent Wolff and his publishers cease-and-desist letters, as they had to Bannon.

The White House has hit back against the claim, calling it "outrageous". You can't tell him anything.

On its first day in stores, Fire and Fury was the top-selling book on It was a great future. Steve had very little to do with our historic victory, which was delivered by the forgotten men and women of this country.

"Not only is he helping me sell books, but he's helping me prove the point of the book", Wolff said.

'Now that he is on his own, Steve is learning that winning isn't as easy as I make it look.

President Donald Trump defended his mental fitness for office in a series of tweets Saturday morning, referring to himself as a "very stable genius".

Mr. Deason and Republican donor Dan Eberhart both say that the passing of the GOP tax bill made them less likely to support GOP primary challengers like Roy Moore, whom Mr. Bannon supported over the Republican incumbent in the recent Alabama special election, which Moore lost to a Democrat.

In an extraordinary portion of a television interview on foreign policy challenges, Tillerson was asked about claims that Trump has a short attention span, regularly repeats himself and refuses to read briefing notes. Yet Steve had everything to do with the loss of a Senate seat in Alabama held for more than thirty years by Republicans.

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