Rudy Giuliani was so 'incredibly drunk' on election night that Trump aides worried he'd smash valuable White House china, Michael Wolff says
According to Michael Wolff, Rudy Giuliani struggled to keep his balance while trying to convince others that Trump had won re-election on November 3.news.yahoo.com
'Disappointed in Kavanaugh': New books on Trump offer behind-the-scenes looks at presidency
A series of new books hitting bookshelves this month outline former President Donald Trump’s tumultuous final days in office, his compliment for Adolf Hitler and his disappointment with Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.news.yahoo.com
"He wouldn't even be in a law firm": Trump unloads on Brett Kavanaugh in new Wolff book
Former President Donald Trump, in a book out Tuesday by Michael Wolff, says he is "very disappointed" in votes by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, his own hard-won nominee, and that he "hasn’t had the courage you need to be a great justice."Driving the news: "There were so many others I could have appointed, and everyone wanted me to," Trump told Wolff in an interview for the cheekily titled "Landslide." Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free."Where woulnews.yahoo.com
Trump lashes out at rivals in new Michael Wolff interview: ‘Absolute scum and treachery and fake witch-hunts’
Former president continues to push unsubstantiated election fraud claims but cuts alienated figure operating in ‘alternate world’, says Fire and Fury author after sitting down with him at Mar-a-Lagonews.yahoo.com
Rudy Giuliani falsely assured Trump 'there is no question' the Constitution gave Pence 'the authority not to certify' the 2020 election, new book says
This theory lacks a constitutional basis and a New York court last week suspended Giuliani for supporting the former president's election lies.news.yahoo.com
New Michael Wolff book reports Trump’s confusion during Capitol attack
Mark Meadows reportedly said ‘We can’t organize that’ after Trump told supporters he’d march, according to Landslide Donald Trump in Washington DC on 6 January. Photograph: Shawn Thew/UPI/REX/Shutterstock Donald Trump told supporters he would march on the Capitol with them on 6 January – then abandoned them after a tense exchange with his chief of staff, according to the first excerpt from Landslide, Michael Wolff’s third Trump White House exposé. The extract was published by New York magazine.news.yahoo.com
'Fire and Fury' author writes new Trump book 'Landslide'
Books Trump Michael Wolff This cover image released by Holt shows "Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency" by Michael Wolff. (Holt via AP) (Uncredited)NEW YORK — (AP) — The author of "Fire and Fury," the million-seller from 2018 that helped launched the wave of inside accounts of the Trump White House, will have a last take coming out next month. Michael Wolff's “Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency" is scheduled for July 27, publisher Henry Holt told The Associated Press on Thursday. Trump, who condemned “Fire and Fury” and attempted to have its publication halted, is among those who spoke to Wolff for his new book, according to Holt. Simon & Schuster CEO Jonathan Karp told employees at a company town hall last month that he wasn't interested in a Trump book because he doubted the former president, who has continued to falsely claim he won, would offer an honest account.wftv.com
Trump books will continue after Trump leaves office
NEW YORK – One of publishing's most thriving genres of the past four years, books about President Donald Trump, is not going to end when he leaves office. In 2021 and beyond, look for waves of releases about the Trump administration and about the president's loss to Democratic candidate Joe Biden. “But there are tens of millions of Americans who look to the Trump presidency as an important time and are fans of his administration. Center Street, a Hachette Book Group imprint, has published Donald Trump Jr., Newt Gingrich and Judge Jeanine Pirro among others. Any publisher signing with Trump or a top administration official might face the anger not just of Trump critics among the general public, but from within the industry.