"I mean, here's a story that's literally an invention that is now half way around the world, with conspiracy theories attached to it". The meeting, held after the Russians promised damaging information on Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, was attended by Donald Trump Jr., Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and Paul Manafort, who was Trump's campaign manager at the time. How all-access was it?
Wolff is also no stranger to Trump's inner circle; he landed an exclusive interview with Trump for The Hollywood Reporter late in the 2016 primary elections, in it, musing, "Trump is only fully alive in public".
She also said the vast majority of interviews Wolff conducted with other White House officials were done at Bannon's request.
It also questions Mr Trump's fitness for office, reports his wife was crying on election night and says Ivanka Trump has presidential ambitions.
When a caller said that Trump had "made a huge mistake, Steve, bashing you like he did", Bannon brushed it aside. Researchers at Cowen & Co. estimate the market will grow from $6 billion in 2016 to $50 billion in 2026. "And our administration and focus will be more on moving the country forward".
"'What a fucking idiot, ' said Murdoch, shrugging, as he got off the phone" after talking immigration issues with Trump. It's the White House's reaction to the book so far.
"'This thing, ' he told the Mercers, 'is so fucked up'".
Lawyers for the president sent a cease-and-desist letter to Bannon on Wednesday. Yes, the Wolff pieces were generous; they were not fawning. "We are concerned about his being in the office of the presidency". The administration has railed against leaks and leakers since its earliest days and the personal device ban appears to a belated, and likely doomed, effort to control the messaging that spills out of a deeply chaotic presidency.
"We're concerned about the public health risk posed by him, by his mental instability", she said. Add Donald Trump as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Donald Trump news, video, and analysis from ABC News.
In October, Lee edited The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump, a book consisting of essays from 27 mental health professionals assessing the president.
"My parents are really big Republicans and this has been a really weird time, and I'm hoping this pushes some people over the edge, to reality", Vallinas said.
Trump and Kushner, who serve as White House advisers, are reportedly house hunting in Washington, D.C. and have toured at least one property in the ritzy Massachusetts Avenue Heights neighborhood where the Clintons own a home, The Washington Post reported on Wednesday. "Is there any doubt in your mind hes been fighting for and working for you, the deplorables, the forgotten man and woman, the silent majority, every day hes been there?"
Jack Shafer is Politico's senior media writer.
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