Published: Wed, January 24, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Howard Kurtz's New Trump Exposé Is 'Fire and Fury' All Over Again

Howard Kurtz's New Trump Exposé Is 'Fire and Fury' All Over Again

The book comes just weeks after Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" threw Washington into a frenzy over explosive details about the administration's first year. In it, Kurtz explains Trump's so-called "defiance disorder", a term coined by the president's aides.

Trump, who is known to react badly to reports that he's being managed, has reportedly been expressing increasing discontent with Kelly: "I've got another nut job here who thinks he's running things", Trump told a friend recently, according to Vanity Fair.

"Oh my God, he just tweeted this", Priebus reportedly said at the time, according to the Post. There was, Kurtz writes, "no longer a need for the meeting".

"Nobody in the White House quite knew what to do", Kurtz writes.

He further added, "Once the President had committed to 140 characters, he was not going to back off".

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Kurtz also goes into detail on the battling between Ivanka Trump and former adviser Steve Bannon.

"Trump said that was fine, that Bannon ought to proceed", Kurtz composes.

The White House has taken issue with certain parts of Kurtz's book, the Post reported, but has not responded to questions about most of the Fox News host's account. It is scheduled to hit the bookstores on January 29.

Before that tweet, Trump blasted the Federal Bureau of Investigation in February and stated the law enforcement agency is "totally unable" to stop leakers as the administration faced accusations of collusion with Russian Federation to win the White House.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders denied a Monday Vanity Fair report that President Donald Trump may oust chief of staff John Kelly over tensions, in a Fox News appearance Tuesday morning. "Regularly, Trump declared the choice without telling Priebus and without having made a formal offer to Kelly", he composes.

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"She conjured a line that she frequently utilized when Trump was practiced over some slight", Kurtz composes.

"'You're really big. That's really small, '" she mentioned. Although Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway tried to dissuade Trump from ordering Spicer to attack the press, Trump had Spicer do it anywas, leading to an entire news cycle about inauguration crowd sizes and ridicule.

Trump made "a rare admission" after sending Spicer to spar with the media over the size of the president's inauguration.

"You were right", Trump is quoted in the book telling his advisers. "I shouldn't have done that". The West Wing still now and then executes inward looks for leakers - but the revelations to correspondents and creators continue coming.

"The president himself leaked to reporters as well, his aides believed", writes Kurtz.

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