Bannon stepped down as chairman of Breitbart News Network less than one week following the release of his claims about Trump, which were published in Wolff's book.
"Whatever President Trump might think, he has no power to override these constitutional protections".
Vice President Mike Pence later reiterated to Fox News' Martha MacCaullum on "The Story" that the Trump administration would "continue to bring maximum economic and diplomatic pressure" on North Korea in response to the totalitarian nation's ballistic and nuclear missile programs.
"Fire and Fury" was released last Friday and sold 29,000 copies through Saturday, NPD BookScan told The Associated Press.
"We feel that the rush of tweeting is an indication of his falling apart under stress", Lee, who edited "The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump", told Politico. The point that has been made several times over the past year is now a exhausted one - Mr. Trump is unfit for political office. Kim called the 71-year-old American president "the mentally deranged US dotard".
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Hansen realized that many people had stumbled upon his book while searching for Wolff's record-setting, highly anticipated title.
Outlining the rules for removing a sitting president, the 25th Amendment requires both the vice president and a majority of cabinet members to jointly concur that a president isn't fit to serve. It is based on reporting in a very loose sense of the term. It's clear people weren't paying too much attention to what they were putting in their Amazon carts. In Bannon's version of America, immigrants are invisible or simply absent, women are "disciplined" and the white man is king.
The fact that Harder wrote and sent that letter doesn't necessarily presage an actual lawsuit; it was likely more the sort of thing a lawyer felt obliged to do to mollify a tetchy and enraged client. For all the seemingly damaging headlines coming out of Steve Bannon's disclosures to Wolff, the book represents a political victory for Trump, one that could improve his party's prospects heading into the midterm elections. The sources requested anonymity in order to discuss the closed-door matters. This is the matter of reason and leadership.
Senators seem concerned about President Donald Trump's mental state summoned Yale University psychiatry professor Dr. Can such leadership be reasonably classified as rational when it engenders and endorses the use of such destructive force?
Backed by an open online archive containing "thousands of pages of interview transcripts, court filings, financial reports, immigration records and other material", designed as a resource for other journalists and voters alike, the impressive and strictly factual takedown felt like the coup de grâce to Mr Trump's presidential ambitions. This, by the way, was true long before Trump became president or even before his candidacy.