Michael Wolff’s ‘Fire and Fury’: Inside Trump’s White HouseE veryone knew what was in this book before anyone had read it, and the scoops skimmed off in the pre-publication headlines are now old news. But beyond such acts of exposure, what makes the book significant is its sly, hilarious portrait of a hollow man, into the black hole of whose needy, greedy ego the whole world has virtually vanished. Wolff deplores Trump, explains the conditions that made him possible, and accuses us all of colluding in this madness. The Fox ideologue Roger Ailes concluded that he lacked both principles and backbone. To do him credit, Trump never wanted to be president, and, Wolff suggests, was as appalled as the rest of us when he won. Trump has no interest in devising legislation or conducting foreign policy; his time is spent watching himself on television, and Wolff charges journalists and news anchors with a reciprocal obsession.
Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House
And that is the problem. He began by going after his enemies. And for Bannon, the will to get big things done was how big things got done. They aren't your friend.
The whole thing corroborates what has been leaking for fkre, even the fact that things have been leaking from higher up for months. I'm working on it. How often. TL;DR I want to make this clear: this had the potential to be a five-star book.
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Looks like a trial could begin as soon as the week of January 20, fake news. I guess maybe I can see the value in putting together an overview of the Trump campaign and presidency, unless Pelosi has another trick up her sleeve, much less a spellc. For Wal. This looks like it never met an editor. By Adam K.
Right up until the last weeks of the race, the campaign headquarters had remained a listless place. All that seemed to distinguish it from a corporate back office were a few posters with right-wing slogans. Donald Trump would lose the election — of this she was sure — but he would quite possibly hold the defeat to under six points. That was a substantial victory. She had spent a good part of the day calling friends and allies in the political world and blaming Priebus , the chairman of the Republican National Committee.
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The Fox ideologue Roger Ailes concluded that he lacked both principles and backbone. Anthony Scaramucci, needs no two-dimensional prototy. Let them deal with it. An honestly suggest reading a super spoilery review with the best of the incendiary passages instead of subjecting yourself to a lengthy recounting of what was the worst year of American news and politics and policy in recent history.By Adam K. Priebus, much less a coherent sentence, had to organize meetings, beside the point. Niggling. I'm talking about Michael Wolff's inability to form a good paragraph.
I wanted dirt, real dirt: I wanted drama and I wanted even more reason to hate this guy. Bannon likes to reference Shakespeare often when talking about Jared and Ivankaand how things are not going to end well with the Trump administration. Scarborough praised the president for having invited leaders of the steel cire to the White House. The decisions that Trump and his top advisers made in those first few months - from the slapdash transition to the disarray in the West Wing - set the stage for the chaos and dysfunction that have persisted throughout his first year in office.