Trump's 'Year One' ignites on the cover of Time

Trump's 'Year One' ignites on the cover of Time

Rodriguez said the flames in Trump's hair is a reference to author Michael Wolff's new book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House".

Portraying Donald Trump's orange hair as a giant flame, the magazine cover depicts what has often been a tumultuous and controversial year for the president.

President Donald Trump reasserted his desire to strengthen libel laws Wednesday, days after the publication of a book that gave an unflattering, behind-the-scenes look at the Trump White House.

Colbert, whose show will air live after the president's State of the Union speech on January 30, noted how Trump was still fuming over the allegations in Wolff's book. William Burck, a former White House special counsel during the George W. Bush administration and a former federal prosecutor, is helping Bannon prepare for questions from the House panel about the presidential campaign, CNN reports.

"This is not the first time President Trump has shaken his fist against our libel laws". "We're going to take a very, very strong look at that".

Fire and Fury depicts a chaotic stream of advisors befuddled by the machinations of the White House and absent of any consistent legislative agenda.

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Since the book was published about a week ago, it "has triggered a debate on whether Trump is qualified to be president, even in Western Europe", the newspaper said. Despite the White House communication to the publisher to Cease and Desist in publishing the book and Communications Director Sarah Huckabee Sanders calling the book all lies, the timing of "Fire and Fury" couldn't be better.

Let me not go there.

"Everybody among the senior staff has at one time or another referred to him as a child, sometimes as an 11-year-old".

"Who's that?" Trump replied, according to Wolff. Quotes from the tweets such as "my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart", have since become fodder for late-night comedy hosts. The president has also uttered a number of falsehoods about others, such as saying then-President Barack Obama was not born in the United States. He has not said exactly what he wants in return for keeping the program. I've just written a book.

Bannon issued an apology of sorts, telling Axios, "Donald Trump, both a patriot and a good man".

Fire and Fury, penned by veteran political writer Michael Wolff, arrived at the Waterstones store in Edinburgh's West End, after bumper online sales in America and online.

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