He finished by saying: "We are going to make America great again and it's happening a lot faster than anyone thought possible".
"The three senior guys in the campaign thought it was a good idea to meet with a foreign government inside Trump Tower in the conference room on the 25th floor - with no lawyers".
The writer told BBC radio that "one of the interesting effects of the book so far is a very clear emperor-has-no-clothes effect". Jonathan Lemire says Wolff had 'largely unfettered access' to the West Wing compared to other White House reporters.
The big-chain bookstores were no different.
He later took another shot at Wolff, calling him a "total loser" who "made up stories in order to sell this really boring and untruthful book".
A clerk at the Midtown Scholar in Harrisburg said the independent shop is trying to get more copies from the publisher.
Harder has not responded to CNN's requests for comment about the new release date or the prospect of legal action against the book.
"Here's a story that is literally an invention and is now halfway around the world with conspiracy theories attached to it", Blair said in the interview. "Of all the nicknames Trump has given people - I don't know what to say - Sloppy Steve fits".
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Hamill has been championed on Twitter ever since. "That old gypsy was right". "This book is about Donald Trump". But that doesn't mean that a majority of people believe him.
Earlier Friday, Mediaite's Lawrence Bonk posted a comprehensive round-up of some of the criticism of Wolff's journalism.
The salacious book includes reporting that President Trump did not want to be president and that that former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon suggested Donald Trump Jr's meeting with a Russian lawyer was "treasonous".