Trump Vows 'Strong Look' at Libel Laws

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The Hill Donald Trump is such a narcissist that he salivates whenever he makes the cover of a major magazine, especially Time Magazine.

Bannon avoided criticizing the president after his departure from the White House, but raised eyebrows late a year ago when he campaigned on behalf of former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore (pictured above) in the Republican primary for the 2017 special senate election - slamming President Trump's favored candidate, Luther Strange, as a false conservative and part of the "Republican establishment".

North Korea's Rodong Sinmun newspaper said in a commentary that robust sales for the book reflected "rapidly surging anti-Trump sentiments in the global community".

"We would speak. I'm sure he didn't think they were interviews", Wolff said of his conversation with Trump.

Asked for examples of letters received from news anchors, the White House said it had received "private communications".

It is not the first time Trump has brought up libel laws.

Author Michael Wolff on Wednesday took credit for Stephen Bannon's ouster from Breitbart News after the publication of his controversial book about the Trump White House, but said that he doesn't "feel good about" it.

Joining the hosts of "The View" on Wednesday, Michael Wolff opened up about his experience in the White House in regards to Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, and others. As one of the most prominent journalists in the country at the moment, he isn't helping his profession's collective reputation, even if his work did yield some valuable insight into the White House.

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In what was seen as an attempt to show Trump is mentally fit and in command, the president had kept a pool of reporters, including a TV camera, inside of a meeting he had on Tuesday with USA lawmakers on immigration.

"I'm always amazed at the lengths people will go to, to lie for money and for power".

"Everybody among the senior staff has at one time or another referred to him as a child, sometimes as an 11-year-old".

"Part of what I was trying to do was establish this brand, that I can do anything to this image and you can see it anywhere and it just reminds you, 'Oh wow, that guy's making that again, I should pay attention, '" Rodriguez told the magazine.

"They forget that they don't really have control of the outcome... it's in keeping that [Bannon] would have sort of wanted to glorify himself to this reporter and he thought that's how it would be done", Lindorff added.

Bannon is quoted as saying the meeting was "treasonous" and "unpatriotic". He has not said exactly what he wants in return for keeping the program.

"Steve was rarely in a one-on-one meeting with me and only pretends to have had influence to fool a few people with no access and no clue, whom he helped write phony books".

"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".