Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump House

Behind the work that has caught America’s attention.


After only weeks within it’s publishing date, the book “Fire and Fury” has sparked controversy within readers, white house staff and the president himself.

The book was written by journalist Michael Wolff in hope to reveal hidden information and facts about Trump’s presidency.

It is claimed by Wolff that there are over 200 interviews with Trump’s staff in a span of 18 months.

The book includes deep white house secrets, the staff of the president’s opinions, why FBI director James Comey was really fired, why strategist Steve Bannon and Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner couldn’t be in the same room and more.

In just 24 hours, the book went from number 48,449 on Amazon’s Best Seller book list to the number one spot.

However, the release of the book left many critics and viewers unimpressed with many components. They instantly slammed the book based on their feelings of Wolff.

Wolff claimed his initial purpose for his entry to the White House was to write a book on Trump’s “first 100 days in office.”

According to Bloomberg Politics, “Several aides said Hicks later informally endorsed talking with Wolff as long as they made ‘positive’ comments for the book, which they said Wolff told them would counter the media’s unfair narrative.”

As many readers can agree, regulation was not followed despite the biased comments made by Wolff.

It was revealed that many of Trump’s staff did not want Wolff to enter the White House based on suspicious motives, but Trump’s former strategist Steve Bannon was one to push the idea of letting him into the house.

Many readers and staffers believe Bannon brought a huge influence to the book. Many lines defend Bannon even though Trump and his staff possess a very great dislike on the former worker.

The arguments and discussions from critics and political viewers are still very active, so verdicts on who is telling the truth in this scenario are not very clear.