Fire And Fury to become a TV series, making it harder for Trump to ignore

By all (his own) accounts, Donald Trump is a “really smart” man. In fact, he’s already so intelligent, he suggested at the outset of his presidency that his top officials could keep their daily intelligence reports to themselves, though he eventually relented when he learned he could ask for big pictures in place of…

Fire And Fury doesn’t tell us anything we don’t already know—and that’s why it’s important

“You’ve got the LeBron James of money laundering investigations on you, Jarvanka,” Steve Bannon yells at the apex of Fire And Fury, Michael Wolff’s gossipy book about the first year of the Trump White House. “My asshole just got so tight!” Thus starts nearly 2,000 words of rapid-fire soliloquy outlining how Bannon…

Stephen Colbert and Michael Wolff talk chaos, backstabbing, and Fire And Fury in the Trump White House

On The Late Show, Stephen Colbert joked that all of author Michael Wolff’s many weekend TV appearances in support of his new Trump White House tell-all Fire And Fury have just been intended to promote Wolff’s Monday sit-down with him. And while Wolff has indeed been out in force hyping the Trump-infuriating release of…

Read This: Michael Wolff reveals just how he wrote his upcoming Trump exposé

2018 just got off to a rip-roaring start, thanks to scathing excerpts from Michael Wolff’s upcoming bombshell of a book, Fire And Fury: Inside The Trump White House, released yesterday in a New York magazine article. The tell-all will be published by Henry Holt & Co. on January 9, barring any legal battles, as Trump’s…