The ‘Fire and Fury’ author pretended he couldn’t hear the interviewer to avoid answering a tough question about his claim President Trump had an extra-marital affair.
Michael Wolff’s behavior cheapens politics, ideological debate, and women like Nikki Haley, who do well at both. He needs to be shut down.
Michael Wolff’s book is the book of a gossip columnist — an entertaining one at that, but one who has a strong penchant for disregard for the facts.
A film adaptation of Michael Wolff’s gossip book about the Trump administration, ‘Fire and Fury,’ is almost sure to follow, probably in 2020, just in time to influence the election.
‘Fire And Fury’ has given the media a convenient excuse to repeat unverified stories about the Trump administration. It sets a bad precedent.
Donald Trump’s spectacular disavowal of Steve Bannon isn’t just the end for Bannon. It’s the end for Bannon’s attempt to turn ‘Trumpism’ into a movement.
Washington Examiner Commentary Writer Becket Adams joins Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the DC drama around Steve Bannon and Michael Wolff’s new book.
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