Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury Is Heading to Television

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However, top White House aides also admitted Wolff, including senior counselor Kellyanne Conway. According to Bloomberg, Wolff pitched the book to the White House with the gentler title The Great Transition: The First 100 Days of the Trump Administration.

He added: When he feels people are not according him proper respect, proper love, proper regard for him as a legitimate president, he goes insane.

The book tells the story of Donald Trump's first year in the White House.

Speaking in Washington DC, Martin Luther King III said: When a president insists that our nation needs more citizens from white states like Norway, I don't think we need to spend any time even talking about what it says and what it is.

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"Endeavor Content - the financing and sales arm formed in October between sister companies William Morris Endeavor and IMG - has purchased film and television rights to the No. 1 best-selling book", THR reports.

Public libraries around the country have been inundated with demands for the highly contentious book Fire and Fury. While numbers have not been released, the deal is rumoured to be in the seven figure range.

Wolff, 64, will executive produce the series alongside BBC executive and producer Michael Jackson, who once served as chairman of Universal Television and president of programming for IAC.

Wolff has also claimed Hicks' friends and family have discussed what types of therapy she will need to overcome her time working for Trump after it ends. But the fact that his book is going to be on TV is sure to catch the attention of Trump, who has referred to the author as a "total loser" on Twitter.

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