Tony Blair Calls Out Anti-Trump 'Fire and Fury' Book Over its Lies...
Fire and Fury, the new anti-Trump book is the talk of the town. Maybe because it's written by a guy with a creeper-face. Like Tim Burton's version of Dr. Evil. Leftist wingnuts are declaring the book the beginning of the end for Trump. A threat we might take seriously if we hadn't heard it every day for the past 365 days. Give or take a few tantrums. While the left is celebrating the book's salacious content, everyone else, specifically people who know how to vet, is calling the book a big ol' load of bollocks.
Wolff wrote that Blair suggested there was a possibility “that the British had had the Trump campaign staff under surveillance, monitoring its telephone calls and other communications and possibly even Trump himself."
Wolff’s book also repeated speculation that Blair had been angling to be Trump’s Middle East envoy.
Blair suggested Wolff had made up both claims.
Interviewed on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme he said: “This story is a complete fabrication, literally from beginning to end. I’ve never had such conversation in the White House, outside of the White House, with Jared Kushner, with anybody else.”
When you've got former heads of state emerging from their slumber to call your book the next replacement for toilet paper? Start looking in the rearview mirror for a pant-suited madam astride a broom. She's not fond of competition, you ugly little upstart.
Not that I'd expect any of this to deter leftists from interpreting the book as literally gospel. The left is so eager to dig up dirt on the Donald, they'll fall for any "facts" that come their way. Even parody excerpts about Trump watching gorilla documentaries. For seventeen hours straight. Don't think we didn't notice how you got trolled. Some of y'all need to spend less time staring at a glowing screen. More time staring at the sun. Gotta inject the vitamin D directly into the irises. Absorbs better that way.
The left's goal is to distract from the not-so-bad job Trump is doing as president. If they can't discredit him on policy or fact-based scandals, they'll just make them up. Ask Harambe. I hear he does a great impression of Coco.
This Tony Blair incident wouldn't be the first time the left has lied: