He was so out of control he thought it a good idea to have Michael Wolff - a journalist famous for biting the source that feeds - into the White House and to attack the President's family on the record.
"Trump's private schedule, which was obtained by Axios, showed 'executive time' listed from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m., when he was 'in his residence, watching TV, making phone calls and tweeting.' He also had 'executive time' periods scheduled throughout each day". The exam was announced on Dec. 7 after questions arose about Trump's health when he slurred part of a speech announcing that the United States recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Bannon was fired by Trump in August as the president tried to bring order to feuding factions in the White House, but the two men continued to communicate and Bannon had remained an ally.
MARTIN: Which is fascinating - right? - because this is why the president embraced Steve Bannon, because he was a flamethrower, because he was anti-establishment.
With so many things going well for the administration, especially on the economy, jobs, unemployment and the defeat of ISIS in Syria, it's the left that may be in need of a straightjacket. "Will they resume the cultural war against Hollywood and the liberal elites that Andrew Breitbart started or continue down the path of being a political action committee that tries to pick winners or losers?"
Trump replied to Bannon's comments with a statement savaging his former confidant.
Author Michael Wolff on the set of NBC's "Today" show before an interview about his book Jan. 5.
The man who helped Donald Trump to victory during last year's presidential race has stepped down from his editorial position at far-right website Breitbart.
"I've got my hands back on my weapons", he said then. And so, though it reads like a novel, this book is at least somewhat verifiable.
Scott Reed, a veteran Republican strategist who works for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, said Trump can best help extinguish emerging doubts by advancing his policy agenda, including proposals for new spending on infrastructure projects. Sessions had not been invited to the weekend retreat. Bannon is quoted as saying that Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr., and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, engaged in "treasonous" behavior by secretly meeting with Russian representatives during the campaign to get unflattering information about Trump's opponent, Hillary Clinton.
Randall Hansen, from the University of Toronto, published Fire and Fury: The Allied Bombing of Germany, 1942-1945 in 2008.
"President Donald Trump's work days reportedly begin as late as 11 a.m., end by 6 p.m., and often contain hours of executive time. He will try and finish what he started". Yet, hours after WikiLeaks tweeted the link, "Fire and Fury" remained No. 1 on Amazon's lists of hardcover and ebook bestsellers. For more gadget goodness in your life, follow the latest CES news from Las Vegas.
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders this past week called such suggestions "disgraceful and laughable". "He doesn't have any reluctance about attacking Bannon", the senior White House official told me, adding that what Miller said "reflects what people here think". It didn't exist, OK?