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21 Enero 2018

Michael Wolff, who was granted unusually wide access to the White House during much of the President's first year, has said in promoting his new book that Mr Trump is unfit for the presidency.

Watch the entire interview below.

Mr Wolff told BBC radio that "one of the interesting effects of the book so far is a very clear emperor-has-no-clothes effect".

Mr Wolff, speaking on NBC's Today Show, denied that claim. "That's the background to the perception and the understanding that will finally end. this presidency".

Later on Wednesday, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders fiercely slapped Wolff's book, accusing it is "filled with false and misleading accounts".

Trump, 71, issued the tweets on Saturday from the presidential retreat at Camp David, Maryland, where he was meeting Republican congressional leaders and Cabinet secretaries about their legislative agenda for 2018. I never spoke to him for book.

In the book, Bannon is quoted as saying Ivanka Trump, the president's daughter, and a White House adviser, is as "dumb as a brick".

U.S. President Donald Trump has launched a fresh broadside at his former ally and now-nemesis Steve Bannon, accusing him of crying and begging for his job after he was fired from his position as White House Chief Strategist.

"When you write a book like this, people regret what they said to me", Wolff said in an NPR interview that aired Friday.

It was earlier this week when excerpts of Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" were released to the media [VIDEO]which have dominated the political headlines ever since.

Published yesterday, Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, concluded the president is not fit to do the job.

"They say he's a moron, idiot".

Mr Bannon is chairman of the so-called alt-right Breitbart News website. He doesn't read. He doesn't listen.

The book infuriated Trump in part by quoting Bannon making derogatory comments about the president's children.

Asked about the possible lawsuits, Stone said, "Yeah, I'm not sure about the efficacy of that".