WashPost: New Trump Book Could Cause More Damage Than 'Fire and Fury'


After the former four-star Marine Corps general replaced former RNC Chairman Reince Priebus as the White House Chief Of Staff, he reportedly earned the nickname of "Church Lady" for trying to instill some discipline into a factionalized and chaotic West Wing.

Michael Wolff's bombshell book on Donald Trump's nine months in the White House is a softball compared to a new book on the president set to hit stores January 29 by Fox News Channel media critic Howard Kurtz, The Washington Post reports.

Kurtz also goes into detail on the battling between Ivanka Trump and former adviser Steve Bannon. "You love your dad".

Trump, who is known to bristle at speculation that he's, is also believed to have expressed his displeasure with Kelly's performance: "I've got another nut job here who thinks he's running things", Trump said to a friend, according to a Republican source cited by Vanity Fair.

"The past three weeks have made very clear who the leakers are", the White House informed the newspaper, referring to Bannon.

The White House did not respond to questions about other parts of the excerpts obtained by The Post.

Kurtz, the host of Fox News' "Media Buzz", similarly describes the White House as a frantic place where the President's staff looks to adjust to his sometimes confusing tweets, according to the Washington Post.

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Trump seemed to agree with Bannon's claim that Ivanka Trump was the source of a leak, Kurtz writes.

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Since his arrival in the White House, Kelly quickly asserted his authority by removing figures such as the newly appointed director of communications Anthony Scaramucci.

"She invoked a line that she often employed when Trump was exercised over some slight", Kurtz wrote.

Trump took his onetime confidant's side over his daughter's, Kurtz wrote.

Although Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway tried to dissuade Trump from ordering Spicer to attack the press, Trump had Spicer do it anyway, leading to an entire news cycle about inauguration crowd sizes and ridicule.

After Kelly reportedly told a group of Democratic lawmakers that Trump's views on immigration and his long-promised border wall had "evolved", he made similar comments in a Fox News interview. "I shouldn't have done that".