Author says can't be sure his Trump book all true

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The BBC reported yesterday that dozens of people had already queued up in Washington for the late night release of the book.

Bookstore owners in Southern California say they have experienced long lines and have received a flood of phone calls for the book.

"We see Fire And Fury as an extraordinary contribution to our national discourse and are proceeding with the publication of the book", the company said in a statement.

In his book, Wolff describes an increasingly erratic president whose habit of repeating the same anecdotes, word for word, every 30 minutes is now down to every 10 minutes, according to staff accounts. The book is still available for digital downloads.

Trump also issued a scathing attack on his former chief strategist, Steve Bannon, saying that he had "lost his mind" after the book quoted Bannon making negative remarks about US President and his son.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Thursday the far-right American news website BreitbartNews should consider removing Bannon from his post as executive chairman.

Lemire says Wolff had "largely unfettered access" to the West Wing compared to other White House reporters. Wolff has confirmed he has audio recordings of some of those talks. During an interview on NBC-TV Friday morning, Wolff maintained that he "absolutely" spoke with Trump.

Some parts of "Fire and Fury" were released earlier this week.

Will this feud between Trump and Bannon simmer anytime soon?

Journalist Michael Wolff, no stranger to controversy, quotes several key Trump aides expressing serious doubt about his ability to lead the world's largest economy - and despite fiery criticism from the Republican, he stood his ground.

"He (Wolff) used Sloppy Steve Bannon, who cried when he got fired and begged for his job".

Why is Michael Wolff controversial?

First Lady Melania Trump, would probably be elsewhere - in her own bedroom, somewhere in the building or at Trump Tower in New York. This, Wolff wrote, "precipitated a brief standoff with the secret service, who insisted they have access to the room". "Just shooting off the sides".

Last month, I couldn't log on to Twitter without seeing a barrage of tweets, screenshots and counter-point articles about "Cat Person", a short story by Kristen Roupenian. You hear more intelligent, mature dialogue from children in the playground.