Demand for the book has been insatiable since reports of its contents emerged Wednesday.
So what's in the book?
The Mercers have partially bankrolled Breitbart News, which Bannon oversees as executive chairman, but have given no indication that they will rescind funding from the far-right website.
In Washington, Kramerbooks opened its doors at midnight and sold all 75 of its books in just 20 minutes. News' Jon Ward that she planned to dispute some quotes attributed about her, but has yet to release a statement or comment further on them.
Gotsis was upset he was not able to get the second copy he wanted and that he got conflicting answers on the process of pre-ordering, but he will keep an eye out for a restock.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders continued to criticize the book on Friday.
Late on Thursday, Mr Trump claimed that he had not authorised Mr Wolff's access to the White House (and in fact had turned him down) and that he had never spoken to the author for the book. Colbert specifically mentioned that Bannon described as "treasonous" the meeting between Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, other Trump campaign officials, and a Russian lawyer. Excerpts of the book, released starting earlier this week, prompted Trump to cut ties with Bannon, his former White House chief strategist. People called Trump a "moron" and an "idiot", according to Wolff.
"The first time since the Kennedy White House that a presidential couple had maintained separate rooms", Wolff writes.
Instead of moving from one attack line to another-trying to see what sticks-America would greatly benefit from people upholding democracy.
"They're going to crack Don Junior like an egg on national TV", Bannon said, referring to the Russia probe. "Whether he knows the Constitution or not, I cannot be happier by the judges he's appointed".
Bannon's reaction to the controversy has been muted. Wolff wrote. "It was a process of suggesting, in throw-it-against-the-wall style, what the president might want, and hoping he might then think that he had thought of this himself".
Trump told reporters at Camp David that he posted the tweets because he went to a good college and had made billions in the business world.
The book depicts a chaotic White House, a president who was ill-prepared to win the office in 2016, and Trump aides who scorned his abilities.