"I don't see anything about President Trump!"
"Even if you thought that this was not treasonous, or unpatriotic, or bad s--, and I happen to think it's all of that, you should have called the Federal Bureau of Investigation immediately", Bannon allegedly said, according to Wolff.
Macmillan is the parent organization of Henry Holt and Company, which released the best-selling account of a chaotic administration that features inflammatory quotes from former senior adviser Steve Bannon. The emperor has no clothes.
It's like the movie "Mean Girls", except it's in the White House.
Broadhurst expects that reader demand will outstrip supply for the short term as the "book is literally flying off the shelves as initial orders arrive and sell out", but anticipates interest and promotion of the title will continue for months to come. "Everybody, again, to a man", Wolff said on CNBC.
"You can not listen to this man talk without at least contemplating the possibility that something is grievously amiss", he told Lemon.
Breitbart announced Tuesday that Bannon would step down from his post as the conservative news site's executive chairman, following a dramatic falling out between the former strategist and the president following the publication of "Fire and Fury".
The White House has dismissed the book as a work of fiction, and a Trump lawyer last week sent a cease-and-desist letter to the publisher, demanding that "Fire and Fury" be withheld. "I thought, well, it's not quite my fault, mate", he said.
North Korea's Rodong Sinmun newspaper said in a commentary that robust sales for the book reflected "rapidly surging anti-Trump sentiments in the worldwide community".
"I love Trump, so I bought this book to spite Wolf [sic]", one customer wrote.
By Wolff's own admission, the book is not completely reliable since his sources, he says, conflict with each other at times.
"I was hearing Fire and Fury all day and perked up in the morning and realized no one was talking about me", Hansen told ABC News.
"I am up to a particular kind of scrutiny because I am threatening the president of the United States", Wolff told MSNBC's Katy Tur, when pressed about the criticisms of the book's errors.