‘Fire And Fury’ Author Michael Wolff Has Serious Credibility Issues, History Of Questionable Quotes

Information Liberation | Jan. 4, 2018

By Chris Menahan

Author Michael Wolff claims in his new book “Fire and Fury” that President Trump had never heard of John Boehner — he actually tweeted about him at least 7 times throughout the years.

Wolff says in his book that Roger Ailes allegedly suggested Trump hire former Speaker of the House John Boehner to be his Chief of Staff. Wolff claims Trump responded, “Who’s that?”

 


Donald Trump Jr. retweeted this picture from White House Director of Social Media Daniel Scavino Jr. showing the two went golfing together in 2013:

 


NBC’s Katy Tur said Wolff is “likely to face some serious questions and criticisms regarding his use of quotes” as his “Author Note” suggests many of his quotes are “recreations.”

“He also notes that the stories he is told often compete of conflict with one another,” Tur said. “Despite that, Wolff says in some cases he’s let the source tell his/her version. The reader can decide if it’s true or false.”

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