14 Enero, 2018
Once outside the administration and free to pursue his political enemies, Bannon set out on an audacious mission to challenge Republican incumbents he deemed insufficiently loyal to Trump's agenda. That is for real cultural conservatives nursing a grievance not only against liberals and against institutions but against a lot of the major figures in the Republican Party as well. In the book, Wolff writes that people around Trump regularly question his intelligence and fitness for office.
Dean Heller is the only GOP senator up for re-election in a state won by Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election. The overall picture is dead clear, a mix of accurate insights and up-close vignettes that Wolff's sources confirm.
The political relevance of this conversation, aside from the benefits of mental competence from a U.S. president, was revealed in another interview with the book's author. It would have been natural for White House aides to conclude, based on Wolff's coverage, that his book would turn out to be a favorable one.
Your former editor at Vanity Fair, Graydon Carter, said he wasn't surprised you'd written this explosive book; he was surprised they let you in the door at the White House.
"This is the reaction of people not in charge", he said. "It's that important", she said. Someone who entertains running for president doesn't just retreat and shrink away into anonymity.
In his new year address last week, Mr Kim said he had a "nuclear button" that could target weapons at anywhere in the US, and Mr Trump responded that he had a much bigger and more powerful "nuclear button". "He asks tough questions, and expects solid answers". Pompeo cited deliberations over Syria airstrikes as one example, among many. So where does this leave him? Was he unstable when he passed the tax reform? He later attacked Wolff and the book in a tweet in which he referred to Bannon as "Sloppy Steve".
Folks on my campus are chatting about the book.
The latest development is expected to further dent his influence in Washington.
-Senators Tom Cotton and Lindsey Graham also defended the president.
We need to be reminded that books help create our culture. But Shapiro also expects the site to boost Trump as relentlessly as ever. In a sense, it's like more like the French Revolution.
Roaming Arizona back hills, I found attitudes still fixed on deplorable. I lost, he won. Contact with reality showed him vulnerable. I don't want their support, and I don't want their votes. "I think he's had a very successful 2017".
A likelier scenario, he said, resembles the past examples of Richard Nixon cracking under the stress of Watergate; Woodrow Wilson after a debilitating stroike; and James Garfield slowly dying from an assassin's bullet. During that time he usually has a meeting or two, but spends a good deal of time making phone calls and watching cable news in the dining room adjoining the Oval. The world must now live with the consequences of the decision.