Michael Wolff's anti-Trump bestselling book is turning out to be fiction, as truth is trickling out in his TV appearances. Wolff claims everything in the book is true, yet in his interview on "CBS This Morning" on January 8th, he said he didn't speak with any Trump cabinet officials. But, in the book Wolff quotes'
multiple Cabinet members including the National Security Advisor and Treasury Secretary.
As we reported
before, this, with the blatant falsehood that the President did not know
who John Boehner was, shows Wolff's book to be tabloid trash. If the President's cease and desist letter ever leads
to a court case, a good lawyer would drive a truck through the holes in his story. As more comes out and Wolff is scrutinized, it gets harder for his claims to pass the smell test.
Wolff sells books because unhinged liberals desperately need a scandal, and will pay good money for it. Wolff is slinging buckets of slime for DC swamp-dwellers that need President Trump to fail so they can win. Short of a real scandal, Wolff has proven he can make something up that sounds like men's room gossip, and print it like he witnessed it firsthand.