The details inside the book - including that Trump discussed sleeping with his friends' wives, dyed his hair and never really wanted to occupy the White House - have been hotly contested by the president.
The book, published on January 5, characterized Trump as unstable, inept and unprepared to be president. He stated: "Trump went on to declare that Putin has been a leader 'far more than our president (Obama) has been a leader'".
"Wolff's entree began with Trump himself, who phoned the author in early February to compliment him on a CNN appearance in which Wolff criticized media coverage of the new president". After Wolff met with Kellyanne Conway and Hope Hicks to deliver a formal book pitch, several aides told Bloomberg that Hicks gave them permission to talk to Wolff, as long as they made "positive" comments for it.
It wasn't until August of past year, Bloomberg says, that Hicks and other senior aides such as Jared Kushner came to the understanding that their foes within the building, like Bannon, may have been dishing to Wolff about them.
Publicly, White House officials have laid much of the blame for the book's most controversial revelations on Bannon, who arranged for Wolff to enter the White House grounds at least a handful of times.
During one discussion with Trump about her on-off boyfriend and fellow Trump worker Corey Lewandowski he is said to have told her 'You're the best piece of tail he'll ever have'.
Well, it was only a matter of time. Even so, no one in the White House communications office lifted a finger for six months.
On the cancellation of Mr Trump's visit to the UK, the author said: I think the deeper reason is that he felt he would come to the United Kingdom and he would not receive the love he believes he deserves. Wolff's book was almost finished.
NY1 will carry the governor's budget address live starting at 1 p.m., along with analysis by political anchor Errol Louis. If state spending is kept below a 2 percent growth rate, then the more true deficit number is $1.7 billion, they said.
The Titans fired Mularkey two days after losing to the Patriots in the divisional round after failing to agree on a new contract. The Colts went 4-12 this season and missed the playoffs for the third straight year, prompting the team to fire Chuck Pagano .
Couric and Lauer shared the morning show spotlight for 15 years, before Couric left NBC in 2006 for a position at CBS. I feel I speak for many of my coworkers once I say it was not exactly the Matt we knew.
Ford's new CEO, Jim Hackett, has been working on a new electrification plan since being appointed a year ago . The rumours have a different opinion as they don't think that teaser is referring to the " MuSTang ".
It seems like Mike Locksley will be an offensive coordinator at one of the premier programs in the country next year. Back then, Daboll was on the coaching staff while McDermott was in his senior season with the Tribe.
Ms Nielsen says what Mr Trump is looking at is the same as the merit-based system used in Australia and Canada. Public service is honorable, but not when you are enabling elected officials to lie and to pursue racist ends.
Parker has been on good terms with Fury since defeating his cousin, Hughie, in a defence of the WBO heavyweight title a year ago . Higgins said he had "killed a few birds with one stone" by promoting the fight and Parker by pointing out Joshua's frailties.
He was also not present for the controversial firing of Mr Trump's former Federal Bureau of Investigation director, James Comey. Citing the new development via an anonymous source, The New York Times said , "the subpoena could be a negotiating tactic".
Though Myanmar says it would provide citizenship to some Rohingya, they have no reason to trust Myanmar, said Asif Munier. However, the Rohingya people did not find relief in Cox's Bazar, one of the largest refugee camps in the world, either.
Off the pitch, Regis was inducted into the Coventry City Hall of Fame, voted WBA all-time Cult Hero and received an MBE in 2008. Following his spell at Coventry, Regis joined Aston Villa before stints with Wolves, Wycombe Wanderers and Chester City .
Jags' Fournette unhurt in automobile accident
Tad Dickman , with the Jaguars communication office, said Fournette was rear-ended and not injured. Fournette was drafted by Jacksonville in 2017's first round out of Louisiana State University.
CDC gives update on flu season
State health officials say the number of flu-related deaths in IN this season has doubled to 50 as of the first week of 2018. Northern Health also advises people who feel sick to avoid visiting long-term care facilities.
LIST: Schools closed due to Wednesday's winter weather
As of 6:30 a.m., no schools in the New Orleans metro area had announced weather-related closures for Tuesday. Williamson County Schools will be closed Wednesday, making the third consecutive snow day for the district.
Airbus delivered record number of planes in 2017
Emirates now relies exclusively on the Airbus 380 and the Boeing 777 for its flights, making it the largest operator of both. Airbus sees "great potential" for the Middle East aviation market in 2018, Mr Leahy told reporters.
Porn malware hidden in children's apps
According to Google Play , its public data indicated that these games had been downloaded between 3 million and 7 million times. Users should be extra vigilant when installing apps, particularly those intended for use by children.
Andrew McCutchen traded to the Giants
The Giants have already traded for veteran Evan Longoria to take over at third base, so they are stacking up with veterans. This deal also comes on the heels of Pittsburgh sending ace starter Gerrit Cole to Houston over the weekend.
United deal with Stoke at Old Trafford amid Sanchez talk
Paul Lambert takes over from Mark Hughes at Stoke after he was sacked following their 2-1 defeat to Coventry City in the FA Cup . Anthony Martial is passed fit to start after recovering from a knock while Romelu Lukaku leads the line up front.