Michael Wolff is about to release the follow up book to “Fire and Fury.”
“Siege: Trump Under Fire” will be out soon but it apparently far from accurate, and that comes from the office of none other than Robert Mueller.
Fire and Fury
When “Fire and Fury” came out, the media latched onto it as though it was a life preserver in the middle of the ocean.
Every word in the book was taken as fact, until it wasn’t.
Trump, Trump staffers, Trump associates, and pretty much everyone named in the book came out against various statements, quotes, or incidents to say they actually did not happen.
Most of the pushback was dismissed, though.
After all, would Trump or anyone within the administration really want to admit such chaos was in place in a presidential administration?
Of course not, so the media ran with it and tried to strike fear into American citizens that the White House was in the hands of a maniac.
Siege: Trump Under Fire
Wolff’s latest book, another less than flattering account of the Trump administration, is due out next week.
An early review of the book discusses an account in the book that Mueller “drew up a three-count obstruction of justice indictment against Donald Trump before deciding to shelve it.”
The book stated Mueller was ready to charge Trump with:
- Influencing, obstructing, or impeding a pending proceeding
- Tampering with a witness, victim, or informant
- Retaliating against a witness, victim, or informant
Unfortunately for Wolff, Mueller’s office read the review and rebutted, “The documents described do not exist.”
Wolff has already been accused of exaggerating his access to Trump officials from the first book, and those cries are surely only going to get louder now.
With Mueller’s office coming out to deny key information in the book, it would now appear Wolff’s work can be re-shelved in the fiction section of your local bookstore.
If Wolff is so emboldened to make up something such as that, which is easily fact checked and has already been disputed, can a single word of the rest of the book be trusted to be truthful?
We think not.
Source: Fox News
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