Popularity of 'Fire and Fury' foretells Trump's end — N Korea

Popularity of 'Fire and Fury' foretells Trump's end — N Korea

The move comes days after Bannon reversed course from comments he made about Donald Trump Jr.in a new book about the Trump presidency by Michael Wolff.

If what's written in "Fire and Fury" is accurately transcribed, what motivated those Wolff allegedly interviewed to undermine, even betray, the president? Which Bannon has told people is a realistic possibility. Trump will bring his "America First" agenda to the forum on free trade and globalization.

Digital sales already top 250,000 and audio sales exceed 100,000, according to Macmillan, the parent company of the book's publisher, Henry Holt and Co.

A likelier scenario, he said, resembles the past examples of Richard Nixon cracking under the stress of Watergate; Woodrow Wilson after a debilitating stroike; and James Garfield slowly dying from an assassin's bullet. For more gadget goodness in your life, follow the latest CES news from Las Vegas.

But the White House did not appear eager to forgive Bannon or welcome him back into Trump's good graces. "A classic example of hubris and beginning to think you are smarter than the boss". He later called the alt-right "a collection of clowns". "The author is a garbage author of a garbage book".

Bannon provoked Rebekah Mercer's ire by making critical comments about Trump and his family to author Michael Wolff for his book "Fire and Fury, " published last week. Wolff shows how it is tightly linked to Sheldon Adelson's checkbook. Trump calls it an example of his inherent diplomatic genius.

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Trump will continue to try to rally what base he has left with tweets about kneeling NFL players, immigrants, law and order, and "political correctness".

"I'm proud of what the Breitbart team has accomplished in so short a period of time in building out a world-class news platform", Bannon said in a statement carried on Breitbart's website. Mercer, who had helped finance many Bannon initiatives, issued a rare public rebuke of him in which she said she would to sever ties with him.

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is leaving conservative news outlet Breitbart News Network yet again. Trump said: "Steve had very little to do with our historic victory, which was delivered by the forgotten men and women of this country". It's also unclear who, if anyone, might take his place at Breitbart.

"Bannon's departure from Breitbart came as a shock to some of his allies". There could be no middle ground. The reference angered the president, who last week lashed out at Bannon, saying he "lost his mind".

In the swamp, no one is safe.

A number of current and former White House insiders, including the president, have stated publicly they were never interviewed.

He said people in the White House talk about it constantly.

Speculation over the former White House chief strategist's next career move ramped up following his sudden exit from Breitbart News on Tuesday.

Mr Wolff knows Mr Trump's true nature - his ceaseless need to see his name in bold-faced type, to sustain his ubiquity, to move through that swamp.

Wolff said staff frequently comment on whether zany events do, or do not, warrant the 25th Amendment. But he was still able to successfully sell himself as a "right-wing mastermind" for a long time. Trump was furious that he was tainted by Moore's loss.

Returning to Breitbart in August was clearly a demotion but, nevertheless, an opportunity to remain relevant. And this morning, he is out of another job.

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