Controversial author and journalist Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House made a big splash – a yuuuge splash, you might say – before it even hit the stands in January 2018. Excerpts from Fire and Fury rocked the White House and the rest of the world, revealing an administration beset by turmoil, hurt feelings, and of course Donald Trump's outrageous behavior.
Among the many crazy stories in Fire and Fury are anecdotes about the staff's inability to keep the president on track at any given time, something evident to anyone paying attention to each week of the Trump administration. Fire and Fury's revelations delve deep into the strange workings of the Trump White House, getting to the root of the problems (and Trump's hairline). Apparently, when Trump wasn't harassing Mika Brzezinski, he was offering to marry her at Mar-a-Lago. Meanwhile, political "strategist" Steve Bannon reportedly pushed through legislation simply to make liberals mad. And naturally, one of the craziest excerpts from Fire and Fury includes the president bragging about shacking up with married women.
These are some of the most outrageous claims made in Fire and Fury. If Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury excerpts sound a lot like a reality show, keep in mind the person who's "in charge" of all these proceedings.
Trump's Advisors Believe Him 100% Incapable Of Being President
The Staff Calls The Trump Sons "Uday And Qusay"
George W. Bush Gave An Explicit Description Of Trump's Inauguration
Melania Trump Cried On Election Night
Rupert Murdoch Called Trump An Idiot
Trump Eats Fast Food Because He Fears Being Poisoned