The White House is pushing back against a book released Friday which is highly critical of the president. "We're for the president".
Journalist Michael Wolff says his explosive book about Donald Trump is accurate, despite the US president describing it as a "phony" one "full of lies". Standing by his reporting, Wolff told NBC on Friday that Trump aides had all told him they viewed him as child-like.
Wolff said White House employees described the president as childlike because "he has the need for immediate gratification". Wolff added that he had spoken to people who spoke to Trump on a daily, "sometimes minute by minute" basis.
He turned up the heat during his news conference Saturday, saying he went to the "best colleges", was a "very excellent student" and came out and "made billions and billions of dollars - became one of the top business people".
Stating he didn't authorize access to the White House to Wolff, the book was filled with lies and calling Bannon, 'Sloppy Steve'.
Two commercial airplanes collided on the ground at Toronto Pearson International Airport Friday night, sparking a small fire and prompting the evacuation of dozens of passengers, the city's airport authority said.
Justin Bethel, a manager of the Politics and Prose bookstore, said its 30 copies sold out quickly. Any information, he said, could then be "dump [ed] ... down to Breitbart or something like that, or maybe some other more legitimate publication". "The first woman president, Ivanka entertained, would not be Hillary Clinton; it would be Ivanka Trump".
It also portrays Trump as being surprised at winning the presidency last year.
"This author is quite frankly a crackpot fake news fantasy fiction writer", deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley told CNN. Democrats dismissed the apparent re-opening of the case as politically-motivated. Inc. goes on to accuse the author of actual malice.
"He topped that off three minutes later with: ".to President of the United States (on my first try).
Bannon's reaction to the controversy has been muted.