The West Wing is configured in such a way that the anteroom is quite a thoroughfare - everybody passes by. He also said he had spoken to Trump since the inauguration.
The biggest revelation from the book came from a series of interviews done with Steve Bannon, the former right-hand man to Trump who worked in both the campaign and briefly in the White House.
For new Audible customers, they can get the free trial of the service and get it on Audiobook for free. "What was Michael Wolff doing in the White House in the first place?" "Whether he realized it was an interview or not, I don't know, but it certainly was not off the record".
He added: "I spoke to people who spoke to the president on a daily, sometime minute-by-minute basis. This is a 35-year history of how he approaches everything", he told NBC'sToday show host Savannah Guthrie.
"I like when he comes up with a nickname and then acts like it was a thing", Kimmel joked.
A recurring theme in Fire and Fury is the question of Trump's fitness for office. "I got as far as the Fourth Amendment", he said, "before ... his eyes are rolling back in his head". "'Not us, it's him'". They all say, 'He is like a child, ' and what they mean by that is he has a need for immediate gratification. "He is like a pinball shooting off the side". It exonerates me!' 'The part where it says you're an idiot?' 'No, no, go on further!'" - TREVOR NOAH " Bannon has caught holy hell from his own supporters.
Then-White House press secretary Sean Spicer later cited a Fox News report alleging UK intelligence spied on Trump at Obama's behest, which GCHQ at the time called "nonsense". This is an incredibly strong and good leader. "It reflects the arrival of a reality-TV mindset to Americanpolitics".
The book immediately hit the number one bestseller spot on Amazon.
Taken aback, Trump quietly responded that he could while holding up a Bible given to him by his mother.
"This is all about money laundering". The White House earlier this year announced it would no longer make public logs listing visitors to the complex.
But Wolff countered: "I absolutely spoke to the president. His spot-on portrait of Trump as an emotionally erratic president, and the low opinion of him among some of those serving him".