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Steve Bannon steps down from Breitbart

12 January 2018

So he may very well have a plan.

"I feel bad. I feel guilty that Steve appears to be in a hard situation", he said.

Speaking to Radio Sputnik's Loud & Clear, Lindorff said the Virginian journalist ultimately forgot to tell Wolff what was and what wasn't "on the record". He notes that President Trump used the phrase "fire and fury" when he threatened North Korea a year ago.

"100 percent of the senior staff of this White House, the people dealing with him on a daily basis" say this presidency is "not just unstable" but also "unpredictable" and "erratic". Some have claimed that the author relied too much on the perspective of Bannon. "And I think what the American people want to see is fairness", said the USA president. Bannon said in a statement released on Sunday that his comments were directed at Paul Manafort, Trump's former campaign manager, and not aimed at the president's son.

President Donald Trump reasserted his desire to strengthen libel laws Wednesday, days after the publication of a book that gave an unflattering, behind-the-scenes look at the Trump White House.

"I'm always amazed at the lengths people will go to, to lie for money and for power".

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While the White House has pushed back against the book, "Fire and Fury" has been a best seller since it was released last week. Sometimes, he's a six-year-old, sometimes he's a two-year-old. As the months have gone by, the time between stories shrank to 10 and 15 minutes, Wolff said.

This isn't the first time this has happened.

"The president's insecurities are magnified, the president's intellectual deficiencies are magnified, the president's own willingness to tolerate - actually, perhaps willingness to create - chaos has been magnified".

"Fun as it is, it's riddled with inaccuracies".

"The anti-Trump book is sweeping all over the world so Trump is being massively humiliated worldwide", the Rodong Sinmun, the state-run paper of the ruling Worker's Party, assessed Thursday, according to the Associated Press.

CNN has not independently verified all the assertions in Wolff's book.

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"This is absolutely true". I'm a writer. I was given the opportunity to write about what I saw and what I heard.

Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the United Nations, said she visits the White House once a week, and "no one questions the stability of the president". He admitted that at times, there were some marked discrepancies between those accounts.

"Part of what I was trying to do was establish this brand, that I can do anything to this image and you can see it anywhere and it just reminds you, 'Oh wow, that guy's making that again, I should pay attention, '" Rodriguez told the magazine. "I think it's very possible that Mueller might well find that this gang couldn't shoot straight enough to conspire".

Author information: Rosalind Helderman is a political enterprise and investigations reporter for the Washington Post. What did you make of the apology - did it surprise you?

"You are basically dealing with versions of the truth here". Quotes from the tweets such as "my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart", have since become fodder for late-night comedy hosts.

"It only came to Toronto yesterday, and I can't face these chaotic lines in bookstores", he says. He has not said exactly what he wants in return for keeping the program. Don't look to me to do that. He says he hasn't read Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury, yet.

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Steve Bannon steps down from Breitbart