Fire and Fury, Michael Wolff's tell-all glimpse inside the first 10 months of the Trump White House, is all anybody seems to be talking about. If you're in Washington D.C., whether you love it or hate it, you'd better be prepared to talk about it. Never before, especially so early in a U.S. presidency, has someone published a book with such scandalous details about the White House. As head of the administration, Donald Trump will probably want to know what's in the book and respond, but there's just one problem: the President isn't a big reader. Reading a whole book is a little bit more than he'd ever like to do.
Yes. Winner of not just Twitter, but the internet. This made my day.— Stacks Tindal (@StacksTindal) January 6, 2018
This is FABULOUS!! This retired teacher says 2 thumbs up 💜💜— Sarah Jensen (@BessieJ) January 6, 2018
This is stable genius. We elect you to the Office of Pop Up Books. Power Point is hereby forever banned.— Irish Ice (@IrishIceSP) January 6, 2018