Trump rejects accusations in critical book, describes self as 'stable genius'

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This isn't the first we've heard of this ban.

Trump's legal team sent a cease-and-desist letter to try to quash the book, which had its publication moved up to Friday and looks to be a bestseller.

Fire and Fury: Inside The Trump White House quotes aides as saying Mr Trump has a short attention span, often repeats himself and refuses to read briefing notes.

According to Amazon, in the book Wolff "provides a wealth of new details about the chaos in the Oval Office". Some lines in some areas of the country went around the block. Following the release of Michael Wolff's new book that expanded on this speculation, a host on #MSNBC decided to throw a little shade at the White House and Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

"This might be enough to lead the board of any corporation to call an emergency meeting on its CEO's mental status", Shaub wrote, quoting the president's tweet. She said Wolff never interviewed the president, saying that he "repeatedly begged to see the president".

Mr Bannon is chairman of the so-called alt-right Breitbart News website.

The author explained that he had asked the then-Republican candidate how he compared himself with "the populist movements in Europe, especially with the Brexit vote coming up".

Donald Trump did not know what Brexit was a fortnight before the EU referendum, the author of a sensational new book about the US President has claimed. Store clerks were unable to provide approximate figures regarding the size of these orders. Allegations are going to come out.

"This has so much hype, buzz about it", Sherman said, adding that a waiting list has been created. Full of lies, misrepresentations and sources that don't exist. But that doesn't mean that a majority of people believe him.

Meanwhile, there were reports that the Department of Justice has reopened an investigation into the Clinton Foundation, despite the case being closed in 2016.

The acrimony surrounding former White House adviser Steve Bannon's very public break with President Donald Trump is escalating, suggesting a permanent split between the president and the pugilistic strategist who helped put him in the Oval Office.

A similar report surfaced back in November 2017 which suggested that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly was "leading the push" for tighter restrictions on personal cell phone use in the White House after hackers managed to compromise his personal cell phone earlier in the year.

"Michael Wolff is a total loser who made up stories in order to sell this really boring and untruthful book", tweeted Trump late yesterday US time.