Donald Trump defends 'stable genius' tweets and brands book author 'a fraud'

  • Donald Trump defends 'stable genius' tweets and brands book author 'a fraud'

Donald Trump defends 'stable genius' tweets and brands book author 'a fraud'

But the real benefit to Trump comes in how he is now completely inoculated from almost any personal charge which would be incendiary enough to get the attention of a dangerously desensitized public. He told BBC Radio in an interview broadcast on Saturday that his book is creating "the perception and the understanding that will finally end. this presidency". Now, after he has already been called by those close to him a semi-literate, unqualified moron, who is quickly losing his mental faculties, what can possibly be said to move the needle? "I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius...and a very stable genius at that!"

Trump defense of his mental fitness in a series of tweets was a singular episode in a presidency rife with moments unlike any that have come before in that office.

Bannon infuriated Trump with comments to author Michael Wolff describing a June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower in NY between Donald Trump Jr., Trump campaign aides and a Russian lawyer as "treasonous" and "unpatriotic".

Wolff's book draws a derogatory portrait of Trump as an undisciplined man-child who didn't actually want to win the White House and who spends his evenings eating cheeseburgers in bed, watching television and talking on the telephone to old friends.

Wolff told NBC on Sunday that "I truly do not want to say the president is a liar", but that he had indeed spoken with Trump for about three hours during and since the campaign.

Unity Books in Wellington said they had had lots of pre-orders and requests for the book and they're expecting a big delivery.

Reagan, the Republican US president from 1981-1989, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 1994 and died in 2004.

And when Trump addressed reporters later, the Ivy League graduate was ready for the question.

White House officials and Trump's high-profile supporters have launched an effort to raise doubts about Wolff's credibility. Sessions had not been invited to the weekend retreat. "And what they mean by that, he has a need for immediate gratification".

"This man does not read, does not listen".

Will the book affect Trump's presidency and USA foreign policy? The exam was announced on December 7 after questions arose about Trump's health when he slurred part of a speech announcing that the United States recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

"There was now a fair amount of back-of-the-classroom giggling about who had called Trump what". White House spokesman Sarah Sanders said earlier in the week that the book includes "mistake after mistake after mistake".