Trump says administration will take "very strong look" at stricter libel laws

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks to the media after the Congressional Republican Leadership retreat at Camp David Maryland U.S

'Fire and Fury' by all means

Michael Wolff, author of "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House", took issue with a Bannon mea culpa issued Sunday, in which Trump's former chief strategist sought to make amends for his comments.

Donald Trump doesn't necessarily stay mad for very long.

The book has given rise to public questions about whether Mr Trump is mentally unfit for office, prompting the President's now-storied rebuttal boast that he is "a very stable genius".

Besides Bannon, Schiff said those witnesses would include Trump's daughter Ivanka.

"So we're going to take a strong look at that", he said Wednesday. This is a White House where everybody is speaking constantly to reporters - to anybody who will listen.

In Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, author Michael Wolff has questioned Trump's mental fitness, portraying him as child-like with a short attention span. Trump had often complained about U.S. libel laws on the 2016 campaign trail.

As with his designs for Time, created to illustrate Trump's escalating "meltdown" during the presidential campaign, Rodriguez chose the colours of the flame to resemble the president's visage.

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Let me not go there.

Kayli Vandermeer has been fielding daily requests for the book that has thrown the White House into disarray and has continued to generate Twitter fits from the commander-in-chief. But one of Trump's other attorneys, Michael Cohen, filed a separate suit against BuzzFeed on Tuesday over the site's publication of the Russian Federation dossier past year. Quite the opposite. Anybody who's spending time around the White House knows a lot of what I know.

"Who's that?" Trump replied, according to Wolff. The first luxury is I don't have to go back again. Eventually there'll be a made-for-reality TV reunion of sorts between the two. "Or you can say.as the president does, it is fiction". He has not said exactly what he wants in return for keeping the program.

"I've had to put up with the fake news from the first day I announced that I would be running for president. This is about what I saw what I heard.to the best of my ability to get what I believe to be the true story".

"Fire and Fury" is based on Wolff's series of interviews with those involved in the Trump administration, and McNamara is confident that it is "an accurate report on events of vital public importance".

Before holding a cabinet meeting earlier today, President Donald Trump sat in front of reporters and delivered a series of remarks.

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