Trump continues to hammer 'sloppy' Steve Bannon

Trump hits back at mental fitness accusations, says 'greatest assets' are stability, smarts

Trump hits back at mental fitness accusations, says 'greatest assets' are stability, smarts

They also mobilized quickly: the publisher of Wolff's book, Henry Holt, only announced hours earlier that the release date would be officially moved from the original on-sale date, next Tuesday.

"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 said.

"They all say he is like a child".

The only problem is that flies in the face of months and months of statements to the contrary by the president and others.

He argued that Bannon betrayed the president by leaking the information to the media and suggested that Robert Mercer, a billionaire Republican donor, and his daughter, Rebekah, are to blame for Bannon's placement in Trump's inner circle. Donald (Don) John TrumpTrump files paperwork to transfer businesses MORE's meeting with a Russian lawyer in the summer of 2016 was "treasonous" and "unpatriotic".

He said that he has not yet read the book, but based on the reports about it that he has read, "There are so many factual inaccuracies in the book that it calls into question the author's ability to get anything right".

The president bemoaned what he said were "very weak" libel laws in the US.

Trump wrote in his tweet, referring to the questions raised regarding the mental fitness of the former president, who disclosed in 1994 that he had Alzheimer's disease. Look at this guy's past and watch what happens to him and Sloppy Steve! People called Trump a "moron" and an "idiot", according to Wolff. "Whether he knows the Constitution or not, I cannot be happier by the judges he's appointed". "The last time I went to a book release was Harry Potter".

Despite the president's legal threats, Michael Wolff's explosive new book on Donald Trump's White House hit bookshelves ahead of schedule Friday. So on the first day of the presidency, when he announces that the inaugural crowds were three or four or five times larger than they actually were, you couldn't say to him 'That's not true!

Just a mile from the White House, one of the famous Washington store, Karmerbooks, started selling copies at midnight; it was reported that within 15 minutes 75 books had been sold. He also said he had spoken to Trump since the inauguration. Sometimes, he critiqued the media.

DelGreco said the people who have shown the most interest in "Fire and Fury" aren't her regular readers. That this was more peculiar than they ever imagined it could be. "I have that on almost unassailable authority".

Trump cut ties with Brietbart chief Bannon on Wednesday, saying his former adviser had "lost his mind", in a blistering statement.

Mr Trump will go on the attack but convincing people he is a serious, credible figure will prove difficult.