Donald Trump vows to shakeup libel laws after damaging book published

Macmillan CEO John Sargent has blasted a letter by President Trump's personal lawyer inveighing against publication of the book'Fire and Fury

Since the book was published about a week ago, it "has triggered a debate on whether Trump is qualified to be president, even in Western Europe", the newspaper said.

Demand for the book at Cook jumped overnight, Bassett said, with more than 85 holds listed recently on the few available copies.

The Time Magazine cover is a ideal visualization for what has already happened under Trump's tenure.

Updated | Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump's embattled former chief strategist, has agreed to an interview with the House Intelligence Committee as part of its probe into Russia's election meddling and links to the Trump campaign, according to one source close to the committee and a second source with knowledge of the matter. "I think Steve wrestled with that in very, very tough ways".

"The book is mistake after mistake after mistake", Sanders said at the White House press briefing Thursday. The book also resulted in a seemingly permanent rift between Trump and one of his key advisors, Steve Bannon, who founded the far-right Breitbart News. William Burck, a former White House special counsel during the George W. Bush administration and a former federal prosecutor, is helping Bannon prepare for questions from the House panel about the presidential campaign, CNN reports. Some have claimed that the author relied too much on the perspective of Bannon. For now, I'll go with the final paragraph of the Politifact.com article.

President Trump trashed the book as'really boring and untruthful and had his lawyer fire off a cease and desist letter
President Trump trashed the book as'really boring and untruthful and had his lawyer fire off a cease and desist letter

And Petro said: "Good to see that finally a proper authority like the NK Workers' Party daily takes Wolff's book seriously".

"We're going to take a very, very strong look at that", he said.

Amid the accusations, Wolff maintained that his book is absolutely true. The reference angered the president, who last week lashed out at Bannon, saying he "lost his mind". Kushner also forwarded the email to Hope Hicks, the communications aide who is now White House communications director, according to The Atlantic.

Euan Tait, events manager for Waterstones Edinburgh West End, told the Scotsman: "Since the announcement that the book's publication would be brought forward, people have been asking non-stop about when it would be arriving". The first luxury is I don't have to go back again. I've just written a book. Steve Bannon has either permanently or temporarily fallen out of favor with Donald Trump, especially given his comments about Trump's son committing a treasonous act by meeting in June 2016 with a Russian lawyer. "This is about what I saw what I heard.to the best of my ability to get what I believe to be the true story".

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