The new book fire and fury
Michael Wolff in conversation with Armando Iannucci - Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House
'Siege: Trump Under Fire': Michael Wolff's 'Fire and Fury' sequel to arrive June 4
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John Sterling, the editor of Fire and Fury , will edit the new book, which is embargoed until publication. Wolff is the author of seven previous books, and has worked as a regular columnist for Vanity Fair , New York magazine, and the Hollywood Reporter , among other magazines and newspapers. He has won two National Magazine Awards. Subscribers: to set up your digital access click here. To subscribe, click here. Simply close and relaunch your preferred browser to log-in. If you have questions or need assistance setting up your account please email pw pubservice.
President Donald Trump excoriated his former chief strategist, Stephen K. Bannon, who had talked extensively and intemperately for the book, and became notably hysterical, even for him, on Twitter. More than one Uber driver asked me what else I thought the book would reveal. Jared Kushner warns about putting carts before horses and sees Bannon as Rasputin. Unfortunately, though, the author seems to live in, or at least write from, the same tired universe.
President Donald Trump and the staff of his presidential campaign and White House. The title refers to a quote by Trump about the conflict with North Korea. The book became a New York Times number one bestseller. Reviewers generally accepted Wolff's portrait of a dysfunctional Trump administration, but were skeptical of many of Wolff's particular claims. The book highlights descriptions of Trump's behavior, chaotic interactions among senior White House staff, and derogatory comments about the Trump family by former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon. According to Michael Wolff , when he approached Donald Trump about writing a book on his presidency , Trump agreed to give him access to the White House because he liked an article Wolff wrote about him in June for The Hollywood Reporter. Starting in mid, Wolff interviewed campaign and transition staff.
Kathy Mallin, from Glenview, Ill. Like the million-selling "Fire and Fury," which came out last year, "Siege" promises a juicy, behind-the-scenes look at the current White House and a president who is "volatile, erratic, and exposed. The new book will focus on tensions amid Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged ties between Russian officials and the Trump presidential campaign. According to Holt, Wolff spoke to more than "sources," although the publisher declined to say whether any are currently in the administration. Report Error.