Jan 8, 2018
In a Washington Post op-ed, President Trump’s deputy campaign manager David Bossie called Michael Wolff’s new book a “fake book that reads like the National Enquirer on steroids.” NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with Bossie about the book and the campaign.
We’re going to begin the program today with more on the book by writer Michael Wolff, “Fire And Fury.” It’s his account of goings on inside the Trump White House. It was released on Friday, and it has already touched off a furious response from the White House because it paints a portrait of a chaotic Trump campaign and an undisciplined, immature and intemperate president. It suggests that even some of the president’s top aides question his fitness for the office.