Michael Wolff’s “Fire and Fury” seems to be more fictional than Tess Holiday saying “I’ll just have the salad.” Even the anti-Trump press is calling him out (see CNN Media Critic Blasted on Twitter By…CNN’s Jake Tapper?! and Author Shadi Hamid Rips Press for Blood-Thirsty Reaction to ‘Fire and Fury’). I wonder how that tastes for the press? Must be a combination of bile and recycling day at Planned Parenthood.
Wolff himself needs to stop talking. Too much lip flappage happening here. Even CBS can’t take it.
— Norah O'Donnell🇺🇸 (@NorahODonnell) January 8, 2018
I see. So, he never spoke to the Vice President. He never spoke to any cabinet member. And the last time he spoke to President Trump? A month into his Presidency. That doesn’t sound like a guy who knows anything about anything.
Then there’s constant anecdotes like this:
This is a juicy, fun detail that a lot of reporters were chasing — but no one wrote it bc every source w first-hand knowledge said it simply wasn't true. https://t.co/kiERLobWDA
— Ashley Parker (@AshleyRParker) January 6, 2018
Uh oh. What it sounds like to me? “Fire and Fury” is a collection of stories that were even too far fetched for even liberal media to run with. As in this liberal media: [Video] Wolf Blitzer Gets Spanked for Spreading Fake News on Russian Dossier and Trump gets Apology After WaPo Writer Pushes Blatantly Fake News…
Think about that one.
Here’s something that isn’t fake news: