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‘I literally knocked on the door’: Michael Wolff explains White House access

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The journalist behind the tell-all book that’s outraged President Trump claims he got his fly-on-the-wall access in the simplest way — knocking on the front door.

the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which clarifies what would happen if the president resigns or is removed from office, could apply to what he witnessed in the White House. He said the concept of the 25th Amendment is “alive every day at the White House.”’ data-reactid=”41″>Wolff said it’s not unreasonable to say that the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which clarifies what would happen if the president resigns or is removed from office, could apply to what he witnessed in the White House. He said the concept of the 25th Amendment is “alive every day at the White House.”

“a very stable genius” during a press conference on Saturday when asked about his mental state. He called Wolff’s book “a work of fiction” and disputed Wolff’s claim that they had a three-hour interview in the White House: “It didn’t exist, OK? It’s in his imagination.”’ data-reactid=”46″>Trump also defended himself as “a very stable genius” during a press conference on Saturday when asked about his mental state. He called Wolff’s book “a work of fiction” and disputed Wolff’s claim that they had a three-hour interview in the White House: “It didn’t exist, OK? It’s in his imagination.”



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