Feat of flames: Marion McKeone reviews 'Fire and Fury'
Wolff, the poodle-turned-pitbull, didn’t so much bite the hand that fed him as rip off the entire arm
POLITICS: Fire and Fury, By Michael Wolff, Henry Holt, €17.25
Dearie me. When was the last time a political tome so lived up to its billing? Fire and Fury indeed. Michael Wolff’s tell-all is the political potboiler equivalent of The Tudors and The Borgias. And then some.
A paranoid “semi-literate” “moron” of a president, according to aides and advisers, so scared of being poisoned that he orders from McDonald’s and defies...
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