Michael Wolff insists he had no agenda in writing Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House. In television interviews, Wolff claims that he wishes he could have written that "this unexpected president is actually going to succeed," before adding "This is worse than everybody thought." Susan Froetschel reviews the book that focuses on battles between two factions in the White House and the global implications, especially since the departure of strategist Steve Bannon. The book is a cautionary tale for the rest of the world about relying on the Trump administration or the judgment of the American people.
By Susan Froetschel