The bookstore was keeping a tally of all the calls they had received asking for the book. "Whether he knows the Constitution or not, I cannot be happier by the judges he's appointed".
Earlier, the publishing house said that "due to unprecedented demand", it would release the book on Friday morning, rushing it to print after previously planning to put it out next Tuesday.
"He knew about it", Trump declared during a 2015 campaign rally in South Carolina.
"There is no question that the accuracy of this book is definitely in question", former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer insisted. Hatch's departure opens the door for Romney, who has been a frequent critic of Trump in the past.
"I assume the cease-and-desist letter is aimed primarily at the public", added Michael Dorf, a professor at Cornell Law School. What was he here for? Even when he's trying to be warm and protective, he's a sexist pig who only thinks of women as objects.
"What I think is really mentally unstable is people that don't see the positive impact that this president is having on the country", she told "Fox & Friends". The US President has also threatened lawsuits against Wolff and Bannon.
SIMON: Should he be taunting a dictator with nuclear weapons about the size of his nuclear button? "My family and I have not communicated with Steve Bannon in many months and have provided no financial support to his political agenda, nor do we support his recent actions and statements".
The 71-year-old Republican president, who is approaching the first anniversary of his inauguration, has responded with fury to the claims in Wolff's book.
Did Wolff and Trump talk?
President Trump and first lady Melania Trump lead separate lives and have sometimes gone days without contact despite living in the same building, according to the controversial new book about life in the White House.
The most-newsworthy portion of the book thus far - Bannon's comments about a campaign meeting with a Russian lawyer in Trump Tower - appears to be accurate. "One hundred per cent of the people around him" question Trump's fitness for office, Wolff said in an interview with NBC's Today show.
If anything, Trump is regressing into the paranoia of man with serious mental problems.
Trump tweeted late Thursday that Wolff's book was fiction and reliant on fake sources.
The book quotes another senior staff members as saying that Mr Trump "doesn't read anything - not one-page memos, not the brief policy papers; nothing".
"I called our distributor to get the scoop".
That's the kind of message that can win.
Sanders also said Wolff and Trump spoke by phone for "five to seven minutes" after Trump became president, which contradicts Trump's artful phrasing as to their communication.
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