The liberal media is lighting up over a new book about the Trump administration. Eager for any excuse to torch the President of the United States, they are pushing this questionable “tell all.”
Already quotes from the book have made their rounds on social media. Former Trump aid Steve Bannon was quoted. He apparently made some off-hand remarks about Donald Trump Jr. That sparked a cascade of speculation and rumors by the media.
But perhaps the fake news industrial complex should spend a little more time analyzing the writer. His reputation is hardly sterling. And comments he made casts the entire book into question.
From News Busters:
As Today show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie repeatedly questioned his credibility on Friday, Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff declared that he stood by “absolutely everything” in his Trump-trashing book. Despite that assertion, he later admitted to using deceptive tactics: “I certainly said what was ever necessary to get the story…”
She pressed: “Do you have recordings of some of these interviews and some of these conversations?…Would you release any of those recordings, since your credibility is being questioned?” Wolff sneered: “My credibility is being questioned by a man who has less credibility than perhaps anyone who has ever walked on Earth at this point…”
As the Washington Post detailed on Wednesday, Wolff has a long history of getting facts wrong or even making things up.
President Trump says Wolff had no access to the White House. Wolff claims he did. Who are you going to believe? Wolff, like the establishment media, has no problems insulting the President of the United States on TV. Using the same tired, baseless accusations.
Wolff has a reputation for misrepresenting the truth. He admits he did “whatever was necessary” to get his story. Hmm, does that include lying? Does that include manipulating details? Quite possibly.
You have to put this situation into perspective. Michael Wolff is a part of the liberal media. For the last two years, they have lied, pushed rumors, and invented stories. All to slander Donald Trump and his administration. They have destroyed any ounce of credibility they have left. And they expect us to believe them now?
Wolff might never come clean over his tactics in writing this book. But he doesn’t have to. In defending his slander, he’s already admitted wrongdoing. That’s good enough for me.
That’s good enough for most of America.
Source: News Busters