Trump rejects accusations in critical book, describes self as "stable genius"

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Trump rejects accusations in critical book, describes self as "stable genius"

Trump was responding to claims made in a new book, "Fire and Fury", by author Michael Wolff that allege he is mentally unfit to serve as President.

"'He's (Trump's) lost it.'" Trump attacked Wolff - in a tweet - a day before the latter's book was released as well. "I've been following it everyday on the news, and it's been quite amazing to say the least", said one proud purchaser. Earlier, he had tweeted, "Thank you, Mr. President". The book written by Michael Wolff hit bookstores yesterday, days ahead of its scheduled release after Trump's attorney sent a cease and desist letter to Bannon and initiated a move to prevent its publication.

The book infuriated Mr Trump in part by quoting Mr Bannon making derogatory comments about the President's children. He said he spent about three total hours talking with the president.

"Whether he realised it was an interview or not, I don't know, but it was certainly not off the record". Multiple Conway profiles note her extensive work in the national political space. I have recordings. I have notes.

The tweet was a reference to donor Rebekah Mercer issuing a statement to the Washington Post distancing herself from Bannon. Colbert specifically mentioned that Bannon described as "treasonous" the meeting between Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, other Trump campaign officials, and a Russian lawyer.

"Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart", Trump said on Twitter. "This was something they were very committed to and have been committed to since taking office, and will continue to do so over the next seven years", she said.

I never spoke to him for book.

Asked to clarify what he meant when he wrote that Mr Trump's entire circle questioned his fitness for office, Wolff said, "100 per cent of the people around him ... they all say he is like a child".

On Friday, Trump also denied being interviewed for the book. Don't let them get away with it and don't just politely point out that it's a "misstatement" or an "exaggeration" - laugh in their faces and call them liars.

Mr Wolff said today he hadn't spoken to Trump since the inauguration.

Former top aide Steve Bannon questions Trump's competence in the explosive new book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.

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