New york times book review fire and fury
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Fire and Fury - A Review
Fire and Fury
As to be expected, Bannon takes no prisoners and speaks with the loudest voice. Bannon also sees special counsel Robert Mueller tightening his noose around the Oval Office. Even Javanka piles on. Here, Kissinger and Wolff likely overstate. Likewise, the quotes obviously bespeak knowledge and close proximity.
The review is a disservice to public discourse. These are issues President Donald Trump regards with indifference. It is axiomatic that the best defense for libel is the truth. I am prepared to accept the judgment of New York Times reporter Maggie Hagerman that regarding the big picture, Wolff has presented us with an accurate account. Martin complains that a reporter cited as having breakfast at the Four Seasons breakfasted elsewhere. This is an unfair criticism.