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Mark Hamill just tore Trump to shreds with his latest comment

Mark Hamill just tore Trump to shreds with his latest comment

The book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, dismissed by Mr Trump as full of lies, depicts a chaotic White House, a President who was ill-prepared to win the office in 2016, and Trump aides who scorned his abilities.

The majority of Amazon's top reviews of the book said that they purchased it because Trump tried to block the book's release.

In 2017, President Trump aggressively scaled back America's refugee program, capping the number of people fleeing persecution who can enter the U.S.at 45,000 per year, the lowest number in more than three decades.

The book contains many unflattering portrayals of the president and the White House, including some stinging criticism from former chief strategist Steve Bannon.

Discussing whether the attempts by White House lawyers to prevent the publication of the book could impact on sales, the author joked: 'Where do I send a box of chocolates?'

What Wolff portrays as Trump's instability is one of the troubling themes of "Fire and Fury", which was supposed to be released next Tuesday.

Bannon is quoted accusing Trump's eldest son Don Jr of "treasonous" contacts with a Kremlin-connected lawyer, and saying the president's daughter Ivanka, who imagines running for president one day, is "dumb as a brick". He said he has records and notes from about 200 interviews with people connected to the Trump campaign or Trump White House.

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Eric is the youngest of the Trump/Ivana children, and after attending Georgetown, immediately went to work for his father - and he hasn't stopped working for him since.

Still, Wolff defended his latest book as factual on the "Today" show Friday morning.

A copy of the letter obtained by NBC News cites defamation, libel and "actual malice" among the alleged wrongdoings in the book.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson denied he had ever questioned Trump's mental health, after the Wolff claimed he saw Trump as a child who needed "instant gratification". "But then theres the second hurdle that not only does he not read, he doesnt listen", he said. The Reform Party countered at the time with the contention that Trump's bid had never been serious.

Bannon has also been hit hard by the release of the book.

Even before his presidential campaign, Trump was known to be sensitive and boastful about his intelligence. Trump has "threatened to sue CNN, the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Associated Press, comedian Tom Arnold, a 92-year-old Scottish widow, David Cay Johnston, Tony Schwartz, Gov. John Kasich (R-OH), Sen". It feeds [Trump's] detractors' worst fears and it needlessly divides his supporters.

The president denies he met with Ms Veselnitskaya.