Scathing Trump Book 'Fire And Fury' Heads To Television

Randolph Lopez
January 18, 2018

MICHAEL Wolff's best-seller Fire and Fury, Inside the Trump White House will reportedly be made into a TV series.

It's the obvious next step for the shocking book, which took an insider look at the first year of Trump's presidency.

And it has brought new scrutiny to Wolff, who has been a figure in NY media circles for decades.

"This is a president beyond reason, beyond control, beyond expecations", Wolff went on.

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The White House has roundly condemned the book.

It wasn't until August of previous year, Bloomberg says, that Hicks and other senior aides such as Jared Kushner came to the understanding that their foes within the building, like Bannon, may have been dishing to Wolff about them. Mikey Day and Alex Moffat could be brought on to play Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, although you'd have to think that no one in the Trump family would be too happy about that. He visited about 17 times, according to a person familiar with the matter. Shortly after January 20, 2017, he took up what he described as "something like a semi permanent seat on a couch in the West Wing". But Wolff also assisted himself by painting his project as one that was sympathetic to the president and his administration. Officials recall Wolff telling them he'd known Trump a long time and that the president called him "the best". The means by which Wolff gained access are, in a lot of ways, the greatest confirmation that could exist for the central premise of his book.

Although if HBO wants to make it a movie, something on par with Game Change, which was about the rise of Sarah Palin during the 2008 presidential election, I could also get behind that.

Trump allies said they sought Hicks' guidance on whether to speak with Wolff because they consider her to be the aide most familiar with Trump's media preferences, having served as the White House director for strategic communications before becoming communications director.

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