Fire And Fury: Inside The Trump White House

With extraordinary access to the West Wing. Michael Wolff reveals what happened behind-the-scenes in the first nine months of the most controversial presidency of our time in Fire and Fury: Inside The Trump White and fury 1

Since Donald Trump Became The 45th President

Since Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of The United States, the country-and the world has witnessed a stormy, outrageous, and absolutely mesmerizing presidential term that reflects the volatility and fierceness of the man elected Commander-In-Chief.Trump sworn in

This riveting and explosive account of Trump’s administration provides a wealth of new details about the chaos in the Oval Office, including,

–What President Trump’s staff really think of him

–What inspired Trump to claim he was wire-tapped by President Obama

–Why FBI Director, James Comey was really fired

–Why chief strategist Steve Bannon, Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner couldn’t be in the same room

–Who is really directing The Trump Administration’s strategy in the wake of Bannon’s firing

–What the secret to communicating with Trump is

–What The Trump Administration has in common with the movie, The Producers

Never before in history has a presidency so divided the American people. Brilliantly reported and astoundingly fresh, Fire and Fury shows us how and why Donald Trump has become the king of discord and division.

Reviews From The Media

“There are lots of arresting details in the book… But most of all the book confirms what is already widely understood-not just that Trump is entirely unfit for the presidency, but that everyone around him knows it. One thread running through Fire and Fury is the way relatives, opportunists, and officials try to manipulate and manage the president, and how they often fail.”

-Michelle Goldberg, The New York Timesnew york times

“Make no mistake, Wolff’s latest is a must read. It pulls away whatever curtain still cloaks the Trump White House, leaving those who know Trump best to do the talking.”

-Lloyd Green, The Guardian

“…Wolff’s lasting achievement here is not his headline-grabbing revelations but the skillful, enthralling, and utterly terrifying way he depicts the unqualified, unprepared, and down right unusual characters to be found wandering the halls of the White House in the first half of 2017 as well as their near bloodsport-level conflicts. Spicer was right. You really can’t make this sh** though long before the end, many readers will wish Fire and Fury couldn’t be filed under fiction.”

-Clark Collins, Entertainment Weekly

Trump Denounces Wolff’s, Fire And Fury, On National Television

Michael Wolff has done what the rest of us chump writers can only dream of: He’s gotten himself and his book denounced by a sitting US President on live television. That, together with a cease-and-desist letter sent from the president’s attorneys to the publisher, will ensure not only that the book makes Mr. Wolff a truck-load of money but also that it gets talked about for a generation. “Fire and Fury: Inside The Trump White House” is thus in a class with Salmon Rushdies “Satanic Verses”-not Rushdies best but recommended forever as having provoked a death sentence from Iran’s Ayatollah Khomeini.Trump on TV

Mr. Wolff was allowed to lurk around the White House for something like six months, presumably because someone in the first days of Donald Trump’s administration thought he would write a sympathetic account. It was an idiotic decision. Mr. Wolff is known in New York and Hollywood for his withering take downs of popular public figures.

Former chief political strategist Steve Bannon was evidently the source of the book’s most staggering revelations-that Mr. Wolff reports, like from Bannon in a heated argument with the president’s daughter Ivanka, called her a “liar” with a choice modifier to go with it. This took place in front of the president. The father responds: “I told you this is a tough town, baby.”

In Conclusion

Fire and Fury: Inside The Trump White House was a 2018 Bestseller written by Michael Wolff, while he was hanging out at the White House for 6 months or so, with The President’s approval, gathering first-hand information from many characters through out his first 9 months in office. This book was rated 4.1 stars out of 5 stars and is widely disapproved of by the President and his family and administration.

If you have any questions, or want to leave a comment, please do below and I will get back with you as soon as I can.

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8 thoughts on “Fire And Fury: Inside The Trump White House”

  1. I seen this book the other day and have been curious about reading it and what the content inside of it is like. It would definitely be interesting to read about what it is actually like in Trump’s White House other than what is available through the media. Just from his outbursts you see in the media you can only imagine how it is in the White House 

    1. I agree Tony and thank you for the comment, it is quite the first-hand, behind-the-scenes look at the real Donald Trump and his administration at the beginning of his presidency, however I am waiting with baited breath for John Bolton’s book , so we can really get to know how he has grown or not grown in The White House. I will be posting the book as soon as its release, so be on the look-out for that in March.

  2. It sounds like a very interesting book. I’m not an American myself so I try not to give Trump to much attention. I do however have some friends that read about everything Trump does and follow him on social media. I think this is something they’d really enjoy reading so I’ll pass it along 🙂

    1. Thanks Sam, greatly appreciated and pass away, anytime you want to give out my website information that is fine with me. Thanks for the comment.

  3. Here comes another interesting account of the dealings of the president and his administration. Clearly, a confirmation of what most members of the public already knows, but I’m sure this would be devoured off the shelf. Something about this makes it a spectacular account. I can’t quite tell, perhaps until I get my own copy. Thanks Bobbi.

    1. Thanks Rhain for your comment, please do get your copy, the more information we have the better informed we will be about who is in the White House and if he needs to stay or go.

  4. Thanks for taking the time to review this book. The advantage for Wolfe was his access to the White house, at least for awhile.   It sometimes is impossible to know if information in this kind of work is accurate, but, at the very least, it gives new perspective and fresh insight in what has been going on at the White House.  Only an insider like this can really know because of all the smoke screen that is used to hide things.  Thanks for your review.

    1. Thank you Anastasia for your comment, and I agree that the smoke screens in this administration (Trump’s) is far reaching when compared to others that have served us as president, even Nixon let people testify and give documents, the only thing he fought for was to keep the White House Tapes from becoming public.

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