Trump White House exposé Fire and Fury to be adapted for TV

Trump White House exposé Fire and Fury to be adapted for TV

Trump White House exposé Fire and Fury to be adapted for TV

Wolff will be the executive producer of the series. According to reporter Jennifer Jacobs, "nearly everyone who spoke with Wolff thought someone else in the White House had approved their participation".

Interest in the book grew when news from the book was leaked, and authorized excerpts were published soon after. The president and the White House, on the other hand, have called the book and its author less than credible.

Surprisingly, Trump has remained quiet on the announcement of the Fire and Fury TV series, which is odd considering the chaos and threats that ensued after the book made a huge splash in and outside of political circles earlier this month.

Written by journalist Michael Wolff, Fire and Fury is a nonfiction, boots-on-the-ground account of life within the Trump administration, chronicling the first year of the 45th President from mishap to mishap. The book also delivered some pettier blows, including Ivanka Trump's alleged mockery of her father's infamous hairstyle.

The president himself has condemned the book.


Some of Trump's senior-most staff believed that Hicks, one of Trump's longest-serving aides who has acted as a gatekeeper for his interview requests, had authorized their cooperation with Wolff. On Twitter, Trump accused Wolff of fabricating stories.

Fire and Fury: Wolff also wrote of how he sat down with Trump in his Beverly Hills home, in presence of Kushner and Trump's aides, Hope Hicks and Corey Lewandowski.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, meanwhile, slammed Wolff's publication as "trashy tabloid fiction".

Donald Trump didn't want to become the president? White House officials went so far as to attempt to prevent Fire and Fury's release.

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