Michael Wolff: Donald Trump knowing who's Jewish is creepy

Friday, 12 Jan, 2018

Thirty-five percent said they did not know or had no opinion. The figure of Bannon, the erstwhile White House Chief Strategist, commands much scrutiny in the book.

What are the questions on Trump's mental health?

Being the head of a state which is the most potent power of the world, Donald Trump fundamentally faces the question about his fitness/accountability/capability that none other than himself has so much harmed the USA foreign policy as he has done.

Trump, ready to say just about anything to win, became the ideal vehicle to advance Bannon's crude ideological views to the highest office in the country. With Mr. Trump this has not been the case.

Again, voters were warned. In Trump's Oval Office, the buck always stops around the president.

'And one of the things I'm gonna do.

His book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, went on sale early despite the president's attempts to block its publication. By all reasonable accounts, Trump's policy discontinuity is a source of uncertainty in and of itself-putting America's future peace role under fire with regard to Washington's relations with other nations and vice versa. The attorney, Charles Harder, claimed to be "investigating numerous false and/or baseless statements" in Fire and Fury, the hot new book on the Trump administration that Wolff wrote and Rubin published.

Samantha Bee wants to look beyond the Fire and Fury of Michael Wolff's new tell-all book about the Trump administration. But Mr Bannon was not the target - he just wandered into the crosshairs.

Wolff's portrayal of the Trump Presidency is amusing and irreverent, peppered with gossip and nearly slapstick descriptions of interactions between powerful men and a handful of women. His book, Fire and Fury: The Allied Bombing of Germany, 1942-1945 has experienced a surge in popularity in the past week, and that's great news for him.

Christopher Buskirk is editor and publisher of the website American Greatness.

"Even when fighting an evil force like the Nazis, as this book makes clear, we should not check our morals at the door", one reviewer posted on Amazon on Sunday. Bannon, a former Goldman Sachs banker turned economic nationalist who boasted about making Breitbart into a platform for the alt-right and was yearning for a revolution in Washington, met Trump, a real estate mogul with the biggest aspirations for himself, but devoid of any sort of coherent political worldview beyond a vague winner-take-all mentality. They offer up juicy titbits to be chewed over, scandalous revelations that supply headlines and light up Twitter feeds for a few days and, most importantly, feed the need of individuals and institutions for confirmation bias. If anything, they will dismiss it and coverage of it as yet more evidence of the liberal elite's fake-news conspiracy against their chosen leader. Bannon has since said in a statement that he continues to support the president.

"I had a couple of bitter comments", said Hansen.