In addition, Wolff says in the book that the president's relationship with his youngest son, Barron, 11, is distant, claiming "an absentee father for his first four children, Trump was even more absent for his fifth, Barron". "I think people are interested in reading the book for themselves and deciding for themselves what it said instead of just hearing media reports on it".
"Suddenly everywhere people are going, 'oh my God, it's true, he has no clothes'.
I don't see how anyone - regardless of political party - could not be fascinated by what has transpired in the last two years in the presidential race all the way up to what is happening right now", said Kenosha School Board member Gary Kunich, who purchased the book on Amazon. When he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind.
Even the Moravian Book Shop's secondary warehouses are out of stock, said Janelle Lockett, who runs the book department.
"They all say he is like a child". The more that he does that, the less the American public believes him.
The drama began Wednesday when Bannon was quoted in an excerpt from author Wolff's book, Fire and Fury. "I've had no reason to question his mental fitness".
Now, I know he's got plenty of hardcore supporters and it's clear to see that through the comments on his Twitter feed.
"The book is not about Steve Bannon, this book is about Donald Trump", Wolff said Friday.
By any standard, Wolff's book has had an extraordinary impact for an as yet unpublished work.
Bannon is alleged to have called a 2016 Trump Tower meeting between campaign officials and a Russian lawyer who offered potentially damning information about Hillary Clinton 'treasonous'.
BookPeople received their normal amount of new copies of the book but wasn't prepared for the book to sell-out. Wolff also wrote that many of Trump's own aides have scorned his intellectual capacity.
"It is a beehive of stings that Donald Trump is taking from Wolff here". "Great cover!" his press assistant, Hope Hicks, emailed me after it came out (it was a picture of a belligerent Trump in mirrored sunglasses).
On Friday, Trump also denied being interviewed for the book.
President Donald Trump slammed reports about his mental stability in a series of tweets Saturday morning, writing he's a "very stable genius".