If someone writes a book that claims you act like a child, the best response might not be to go out of your way to act like a child to prove them wrong. But that's what happened this week after the release of Michael Wolff's massive takedown of Trump's presidency, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House. Wolff's book has already become a #1 bestseller on Amazon and doesn't seem to be slowing down. No doubt Trump will take credit for this by insisting everyone is interested in his life.
I've never had the chance to read aggressively and spitefully... until now.— Brad Reason (@BradReason) January 6, 2018
While I'm reading Fire & Fury, I'm like, "yeah Donald, that's right I'm reading this, and I know you hate it, yeah you can feel it! That's right! I'm reading this page and stuffing it IN YO FACE FOOL! https://t.co/dWBEx578yw
My mother bought a copy of “Fire and Fury”, not to read, just because she knows Trump will hate the ratings. She’s 70. I love her so.— sdouglas (@WiscoGao) January 6, 2018
Trump supporters have criticized Fire and Fury, which gives bizarre details of Trump's life. One such detail claims the President likes to be in bed by 6:30 pm with a cheeseburger and three televisions playing.
[Trump] ... imposed a set of new rules: Nobody touch anything, especially not his toothbrush. (He had a longtime fear of being poisoned, one reason why he liked to eat at McDonald’s – nobody knew he was coming and the food was safely premade.) Also, he would let housekeeping know when he wanted his sheets done, and he would strip his own bed.
I have two boys under 15 who display more decorum and eloquence than this. It beggars belief we're witnessing the leader of a huge country act like a primary school bully who got told off by a nursery assistant.— Theo (@tprstly) January 6, 2018
Jesus fucking Christ, not even the most childish kid I know speaks like this! So low.— Jennifer Scheurle (@Gaohmee) January 6, 2018
We hold our breath awaiting Trump's next outburst. Good thing we have a Jedi Knight keeping watch.