"'He's (Trump's) lost it.'" Trump attacked Wolff - in a tweet - a day before the latter's book was released as well. "I think more and more people are starting to see that his facts just simply don't add up".
Wolff, however, asserted that he had spoken with the President while working on the book. "Too bad!" Trump wrote on Twitter.
The GOP plans to keep trying to discredit the book over the weekend, though they may need to rewrite their talking points to help party officials defend Trump's "very stable genius" claim - particularly since his weird self-defense will just bring more attention on the subject, possibly overshadowing the president's weekend summit with Republican lawmakers at Camp David.
Earlier on Saturday, Wolff said the revelations in his book were likely to bring an end to Trump's time in the White House. I never spoke to him for book. He told BBC radio that his conclusion that Trump was not fit to do the job was becoming a widespread view. Full of lies, misrepresentations and sources that don't exist. "That's the background to the perception and the understanding that will finally end. this presidency". "But it certainly wasn't off the record", Wolff said on NBC on Friday morning. The Guardian had reported that Bannon described a Trump Tower meeting between Donald Trump Jr., Trump campaign aides and a Russian lawyer as "treasonous" and "unpatriotic".
Trump's mute button isn't working.