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13 Enero 2018

"I think he was a bad hire, not because he wasn't talented, not because he wasn't smart and quote unquote strategic, he just didn't want to play inside the sandbox with the other people", Scaramucci said. The President himself disavowed his campaign's chief strategist, calling Bannon "Sloppy Steve".

"Everybody has to stand there and look like this is not a crisis", Wolff said. "He merely said that it wasn't Don Jr. he was talking about; it was Paul Manafort", Michael Wolff said in an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour. After Trump won the election, Bannon became his chief strategist.

Former Breitbart News spokesman Kurt Bardella recalled that "when Andrew Breitbart passed away, the question was: What is Breitbart without it's namesake?"

"Fire and Fury" was published Friday, days early by popular demand and despite Trump's attorneys sending the publishers a cease and desist letter. As of Sunday evening, no one from the White House had directly reached out to Bannon since the fallout, three people familiar with the matter said.

When you go after somebody's family, in the manner in which he did - two of the President's children who are serving this nation, sacrificing in their service - it is repugnant, it is grotesque. "In other instances I have, through a consistency in the accounts and through sources I have come to trust, settled on a version of events I believe to be true".

Wolff's book says Bannon labeled as "treasonous" Donald Trump Jr.'s and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's 2016 meeting with Russian nationals, held in an attempt to dig up dirt on Democrat Hillary Clinton, and called Trump's daughter Ivanka "dumb as a brick".

"And you have not heard the last from me", he said.

"The book is best understood as a work of very poorly written fiction", Miller said on "State of the Union". On Thursday, the president has an especially light schedule: "Policy Time" at 11am, then "Executive Time" at 12pm, then lunch for an hour, then more "Executive Time" from 1:30pm.

Wolff stopped by Katy Tur's show on MSNBC Monday afternoon to further defend the book.

It was obvious that the book was false and fake.

Breitbart then went down a more nationalistic route, with Mr Bannon describing the site in 2016 as "the platform for the alt-right".

At some point, after WikiLeaks tweeted the PDF file, Google took it down.

During the day he has a couple of meetings, with several breaks of "Executive Time" interspersed, and returns to the residence about 18:00, says the report.

The fallout from Michael Wolff's book, "Fire And Fury: Inside The Trump White House", continued over the weekend.

Instead of "admit [ting] in the Introduction that it contains untrue statements", as Harder argued, McNamara writes: "Mr. Wolff responsibly tells his readers his approach to confronting the well-established reality that many in this administration, most prominently the president, routinely traffic in verifiably false statements".

Trump Backers Go on the Offensive Against Explosive White House Tell-All