And I thought it would be a fun thing to do - an audacious way to look at the world.
Caughron explained typically with highly-anticipated releases, the Barnes & Noble warehouse will receive its shipment about a week in advance, and will then ship copies to stores. Trump's lawyers also sent cease-and-desist orders to Wolff and his publisher Thursday, the day Henry Holt decided to release the book early.
The president, who offered a statement about his tax cut bill and the bonuses companies are giving employees as a result, was reported to have been working nearby in the Oval Office at the time.
Even the book's author acknowledged the role of the president in pushing up the book's launch date.
This didn't quite happen on day one, but the Trump administration announced the move in December.
Wolff added that he has the evidence to back up his work.
He said that since Trump has been president, the value of stock market has increased by $6 trillion, "real wages are through the roof, people have more money in their 401-Ks, consumer confidence is through the roof and the economy is booming because of the reduction in regulations that this president has done".
Brandy X. Lee, forensic physicist at the Yale School of Medicine and editor of The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 27 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President, thinks Trump's latest claims create more reason for concern.
Michael Wolff told BBC radio that his conclusion in "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House"- that Trump is not fit to do the job - was becoming a widespread view.
On Friday, Trump continued to tweet, saying that the book was part of a concentrated effort by the "Fake News Media (Mainstream)" to attack the presidency "at every new front imaginable".
On GoLocal LIVE, Morgenson told News Editor Kate Nagle in a Skype interview, "I think clients in all states should be worried - Mr. [Seth] Magaziner should do a little more investigation into this to assure himself and the people in Rhode Island in these plans - that what TIAA is [telling them] is correct".
Author information: Ben Terris is a writer in the Washington Post's Style section with a focus on national politics.
But the former White House chief strategist was not surprised or particularly bothered by the blowback, according to a person familiar with Bannon's thinking but not authorized to speak publicly on the matter.
Not only did Trump not want to be president - it was always his plan to lose! What's he doing? My guess is chugging moonshine out of a military boot while rewatching old SNL skits that glorified him as the Grim Reaper.
Tim Hayes, director of the Blue Earth County Library, said the anticipation surrounding the book was unlike anything he'd seen in the past.
Trump is scheduled to meet with Republican leaders this weekend at Camp David.
But Bannon said Sunday his description was aimed at former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who also attended the meeting, and not Trump's son. "That's also why the American people chose him".
New power players in the West Wing may not yet be household names, but they will likely help shape the fortunes of Trump's 2018. "But he may have learned that there is a difference between a CEO and a president".
A book called, Fire and Fury, is out and making news. Wolff tells of campaign adviser Sam Nunberg trying to teach Trump about the U.S. Constitution. This is not something for which Trump is solely - or even largely - responsible. They should try winning an election.
"I went to the best colleges, or college, I had a situation where I was a very excellent student". Both Trump and Tillerson have publicly denied he is leaving.