Bannon sought to backpeddle on Sunday, issuing a statement in which he said his reference to "treason" had been aimed not at Donald Trump Jr., but at then-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who also attended the Trump Tower meeting. Trump had lashed out against the author, claiming that he had not authorised access to the White House for Wolff.
"The book is 10 years out and it had been languishing for years and suddenly it was on three bestseller lists", Hansen said.
President Trump is spending an increasing amount of his day on social media and watching television, which his schedule has dubbed officially as 'executive time' - and his days in the Oval Office don't actually begin in earnest until 11 a.m. each day, a report from Axios stated.
In other words, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.
"Kevin Durant and I do not have a relationship at all", Hill told Sports Illustrated's Richard Deitsch .
"I have never been around anyone in my life with his energy, with his focus, with his capacity to multi-task". At this point, who would dare kiss Steve? "And the last several days focused on my book I think are proof of this", he continued.
What was he thinking?
In his statement Sunday, Bannon praised Trump Jr.as "both a patriot and a good man". Or a Richter scale plot of a mag 7 quake. Yet, hours after WikiLeaks tweeted the link, "Fire and Fury" remained No. 1 on Amazon's lists of hardcover and ebook bestsellers.
Not cool. Barack Obama's signature is cool, meaning aloof, analytical and controlled.
That reportedly was the final straw for financial patron and Breitbart investor, Rebekah Mercer, already concerned about his unrelenting support for Moore. "And that's the only interaction that he's had".
"This is what happened here, what's going on here". Breitbart owners are discussing whether to run over him again.
He was one of Mr Trump's most trusted - and controversial - aides. Same goes for former Trump adviser Michael Flynn, who is telling secrets to the FBI in exchange for an immunity deal.
Wolff stopped by Katy Tur's show on MSNBC Monday afternoon to further defend the book.