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White House criticism of 'Fire and Fury' driving book sales
The book, titled 'Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,' will likely be a bestseller, the publisher said.
By Delila James
Contributor
Jan 12, 2018

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WASHINGTON D.C. — Threats of legal action from President Trump's personal lawyers over Michael Wolff's new tell-all book are helping to drive sales, according to the publisher, Henry Holt, which advanced the publication date to early Friday morning.

The book, titled 'Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,' will likely be a bestseller, the publisher said, as reported by The Washington Post.

"Where do I send the box of chocolates?" joked Wolff during an interview on NBC's 'Today' show when asked about the personal attacks coming from the White House.

Trump's vitriolic reaction to the book, which portrays the president as unprepared for the office and aides as worried about his fitness for the presidency, is "not only helping me sell books, but he's helping me prove the point of the book," Wolff said.

Wolff also noted the unprecedented nature of Trump's attacks.

"This is extraordinary that a president of the United States would try to stop publication of a book," he said. "This doesn't happen has not happened from other presidents."

Wolff, who has written for Vanity Fair, USA Today, the Guardian, and New York magazine, is dismissive of attacks on his credibility by Trump and his allies.

"I work like every other journalist works," Wolff said, as reported by The Post. "I have recordings. I have notes. I am, in absolutely every way, comfortable with everything released in this book. My credibility is being questioned by a man who has less credibility that perhaps anyone who walked on Earth at this point."