Wolff outside the tent for his second helping of White House gossip
Siege, the sequel to Fire and Fury, picks up the story in February 2018, covering Trump’s second year in office with much the same mixture of moral outrage, melodramatic analysis and titillating anecdotes
Politics: Siege: Trump Under Fire, By Michael Wolff, Little, Brown, €17.95
Donald Trump may be even more obnoxious than you think. He calls his vice-president Mike Pence “a religious nut” and complains that Pence’s wife Karen “really gives me the creeps”. He regularly makes racist remarks aimed at Arabs, Jews and black people, and once threw such a tantrum in the Oval Office that his hairpiece almost fell off....
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