Trump mocked Bannon Thursday for his change of heart as he followed up on a statement a day before that when former chief strategist was fired.'He not only lost his job, he lost his mind,' the president had said.Noting that the president has demonstrated cognitive interruptions similar to the behavior he has observed in his own mother, Scarborough has previously said during a December show, 'Unfortunately in the case of my mother, I can move that to the side and I am totally fine with that.'In this case, Donald Trump has control of nuclear weapons,' the former congressman from Florida added.Wolff claimed in a Thursday essay in the Hollywood Reporter that Trump is increasingly forgetful, repeating stories word-for-word inside 10 minutes and failing to recognized old friends. Wolff says White House insiders told him that Hannity offered to 'supply the questions beforehand,' setting a new standard in the Trump administration.'Indeed, the plan was to have all interviewers going forward provide the questions,' Wolff wrote in the Hollywood Reporter, which employs him as a columnist.He's seen on NYE at his Palm Beach resort celebrating the holiday with friends White House Communications Director Hope Hicks is especially 'attentive to his lapses and repetitions' and 'urged him to forgo an interview that was set to open the fall season' of '60 Minutes, 'he claims. Hannity disputed this claim through a spokesperson, telling Daily Mail.com: 'I never provided questions ahead of time to President Trump and never said I was going to quit my longtime, successful TV and radio career to work for his administration.S.'Will someone from his depleted and food starved regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works! Kim Jong-Un's New Year address included a warning to the US that he has a 'nuclear button' on his table, prompting a furious response from President Trump via Twitter (above).Trump's response forced the White House to address his mental competency on Wednesday NBC White House Correspondent Peter Alexander subsequently asked the White House if Americans should be 'concerned about the president’s mental fitness.''I think the President and the people of this country should be concerned about the mental fitness of the leader of North Korea,' Trump spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders fired back.
The White House claimed Thursday that the book is 'complete fantasy' and 'full of lies.' President Trump said in a late-night tweet that the book is 'phony' and cites sources 'that don't exist.'On NBC on Friday, Wolff said he was 'certainly and absolutely, in every way, comfortable' with his reporting.'My credibility is being questioned by a man who has less credibility than perhaps anyone who has ever walked on earth at this point,' Wolff asserted. Wolff claimed there's a 'competition to sort of get to the bottom line here of who this man is' within the White House.'This man does not read, does not listen.
Author Michael Wolff said Friday that '100 percent of the people around' President Donald Trump question his intelligence and fitness for office, with some calling him a 'moron' and an 'idiot.'Even Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, the president's son-in-law and elder daughter, both of whom are senior White House advisers, have moved out of the way to let the bus roll over the former Trump Organization executive, Wolff said.'They all say he is like a child.
And what they mean by that is he has a need for immediate gratification. 'They say he's a moron, an idiot.'The suggestion from his sources, Wolff said, purportedly quoting Steve Bannon, is: 'He's lost it.' Even Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, the president's son-in-law and elder daughter, both of whom are senior White House advisers, have moved out of the way to let the bus roll over the former Trump Organization executive, Wolff said An excerpt from Wolff's book that ran in the Times of London on Friday has Bannon saying, 'He's lost his stuff.' Former White House deputy chief of staff Katie Walsh is also quoted as saying that working for Trump was 'like trying to figure out what a child wants.'Walsh denies making the comments in the book that were attributed to her.
Look at Jared and Ivanka, they are doing as much as they can to distance themselves from the president's missteps, he claimed.'In their current situation, which is a deep legal quagmire, they're putting everything on the president. So, he's like a pinball, just shooting off the sides.' Bannon has not disputed any of the quotes that Wolff says he provided so far.
The White House claimed Thursday that the book is 'complete fantasy' and 'full of lies.' Trump called the book 'phony' in a late-night tweet Take the cease and desist letter the president's personal attorney sent his publisher yesterday, Wolff said.