Skip to comments.10 explosive revelations from new Trump book
Posted on 01/03/2018 12:56:45 PM PST by Berlin_Freeper
Donald Trump was "befuddled" by his election win, did not enjoy his inauguration and was scared of the White House, according to a new book.
Journalist Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House also purports to lift the lid on Ivanka Trump's secret presidential ambitions.
The book details Mr Trump's regard for media titan Rupert Murdoch, though the admiration was apparently not mutual.
Michael Wolff's book was reportedly based on more than 200 interviews.
But White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said the book was filled with "false and misleading accounts".
The author says he was able to take up "something like a semi-permanent seat on a couch in the West Wing" following the president's inauguration for a close-up insight into the administration.
Here are 10 of the book's revelations:
(Excerpt) Read more at bbc.com ...
Did the BBC breathlessly trumpet the very well sourced info in Ed Klein’s numerous books about the Clintons and the Obamas?
“Michael Wolff’s book was reportedly based on more than 200 interviews.”
With 95% of the people interviewed being reporters from the msm.
A book full of Bu(($h!t
IUt's whatever the media wants.
“was scared of the White House”
Honestly, I wouldn’t fault anyone on that one after Brak Ubama the muzzie.
Who knows what security breaches still exist among the staff in that place, and after the election I expected Brak to pull something.
It looks to see like Hillary and the entire left are still befuddled by Trump’s win. It has been more than 1 year and they still are not accepting they lost.
Michael Wolff (born August 27, 1953) is an American author, essayist, and journalist who is a regular columnist and contributor to USA Today, The Hollywood Reporter, and the UK edition of GQ.
See the Slate article. This guy is the Kitty Kelly of political reporting
And the obamas switched genders!
Nothing but gossip-column bullsh!t.
I believe that someone said that any POTUS elect who isn’t sobered by the awesome responsibility doesn’t deserve the job.
I also remember that when Clinton was elected he supposedly said “now what?”. And Obama when confronted with the financial crisis was begging for advice and said “just tell me what to say and I’ll sell it”.
So if DJT was awed by winning then it would be expected. But to say he didn’t want to win is ludicrous.
Read the article and the revelations are pathetic. Example: Ivanka made fun of Trump’s hair.
If Donald Trump didn’t actually want to win, his rally schedule would have looked like Hillary’s....
“I also remember that when Clinton was elected he supposedly said now what?.”
He was parroting his idol JFK, who, upon being advised that Illinois had come through for him and he was now the president-elect, said, “Now what the hell do we do?”
It’s highly doubtful that Barack and the Mooch shared the same bedroom.
200 interviews with people who hate Trump and have an axe to grind.
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