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Book author defends raising questions about Trump's mental fitness

14 Enero 2018

And, you know, Breitbart was very useful for the president when Bannon decided to steer it and use it as a vehicle for Trump's ambitions and for Bannon's own ambitions.

Trump should be extremely popular today. Unemployment is at a 17-year low, consumer confidence is high and the stock market is soaring.

"We engage in complex conversation about some of the most weighty matters facing the world", Pompeo said, adding: "He asks really hard questions". A headline in Germany's conservative daily, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung read: "Is Trump Still Sane?"

On Thursday, the North's main Rodong Sinmun newspaper, run by its ruling Workers' Party, carried an article about the book's subject matter, how Mr Trump reacted and why it is selling so well. Today, Trump's approval has dipped three points to 38 percent, while his disapproval has skyrocketed 10 points to 56 percent. In the meantime, more traditional journalists will carry on their painstaking work, piling up evidence that Trump did all he could to block a legal accounting for the methods that helped get him to the White House in the first place. Anyone who clicks on the link is directed to a page that says the file can't be accessed, because it violates Google's terms of service.

"Brietbart certainly defined his job as being something of a rhetorical bombthrower, usually aimed at the left or those within the Republican and conservative establishments that he saw as insufficiently devoted to his brand, and his version of conservatism".

The news comes just one month after actor Seth Rogen canceled interviews with Sirius XM in protest of Bannon returning to a regular radio show on the service.

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told reporters at Camp David that he had not been aware of Trump's morning tweets.

The populist firebrand became executive chairman of Breitbart News in 2012 following the sudden death of founder Andrew Breitbart, who died of a heart attack at age 43. He continued to say that Breitbart chief executive Larry Solov supported him and what he was doing with the site while downplaying Rebekah and Robert Mercer's public split with him.

In response to what is little more than a traditional right-wing agenda, there has been a marked erosion of loyalty to Trump among voters who thought they were casting ballots for a populist, and are getting ideological and plutocratic policies instead. "Steve doesn't represent my base - he's only in it for himself".

White House officials have dismissed the book as "complete fantasy" and "tabloid gossip", while several errors in Wolff's account were quickly identified.

Fire And Fury was released last Friday and had sold 29,000 copies by the end of Saturday, NPD BookScan said. But Shapiro also expects the site to boost Trump as relentlessly as ever. "It's management by controlled and orchestrated chaos". A psychological evaluation will not be part of the process.

"I don't think he's crazy". He later called the alt-right "a collection of clowns". It leaves him with no evident platform to promote his views and no financial basis for his preferred candidates.

Book author defends raising questions about Trump's mental fitness