Invoking the U.S. Constitution's 25th Amendment is an idea that's "alive every day in the White House", Wolff told NBC's Meet the Press.
It's unclear when Trump started cutting back his work schedule.
It also is completely counter to Trump's brand and the promises he made on the campaign trail.
"Brietbart certainly defined his job as being something of a rhetorical bombthrower, usually aimed at the left or those within the Republican and conservative establishments that he saw as insufficiently devoted to his brand, and his version of conservatism".
If you've been following the American news cycle at all during the past week, you've no doubt heard about Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House", which covers, as the title suggests, Donald Trump's time as president as well as his ascension to the office.
I admit that I haven't read the book, but based on everything that's been written about it so far I can't see any point in doing so.
Watch above, via ABC News.
Since the, however, the president has indicated he does not want to take up the invitation if he is going to face mass demonstrations. Nothing would delegitimize Trumpism more than Mueller proving Russia had a hand in Trump's victory.
The bill, introduced by Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-Penn.), comes just days after President Donald Trump claimed on Twitter that he was a "very stable genius" in response to questions about his fitness to be in office.
According to a report on +972 Blog on December 2017, Adelson was a major force behind Trump's decision on Jerusalem, having spent $35 million to have Trump elected, in addition to five more millions for the Trump January inauguration.
He added that Trump spends the majority of his mornings talking to cabinet members and his chief of staff, and calling members of Congress. "To describe his work ethic as anything other than yeoman-like is ridiculous, and everybody knows it", he repeated. Conspirators may isolate themselves in the dark and hatch plans but the Palestinians who have managed to maintain their struggle for so long despite severe hardships, mounting obstacles and massive sacrifice, remain ready to fight for their legitimate rights and defeat relentless intrigue.
Breitbart CEO Larry Solov said, "Steve is a valued part of our legacy, and we will always be grateful for his contributions and what he has helped us to accomplish".
The question increasingly is what "this" is.
Alongside the billionaire financiers of the Mercer family, Bannon seized on candidate Trump as a merchant of chaos who could go to Washington and disrupt the entrenched forces who sustain big government.
Bannon had apparently hoped to weather the storm of criticism from fellow Trump loyalists.
"What's that?" he asked.