Liberals and anti-Trump conservatives really thought they were going to pull one over on the American people with the release of reporter Michael Wolff’s new book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.
The book comprises salacious depictions about how daily business supposedly operated from the White House under Trump, also contains several quotes from different then-White House staffers such as Steve Bannon venting about how they feel about the President, his family and other staffers.
Unfortunately for the “Never Trump” audience, many people including reporters from the left-slanted New York Times and Washington Post have come out from Wolff’s book for its many inaccuracies in addition to flat-out fabrications. Wolff recently ventured onto ABC’s The View and ran into the buzzsaw of conservative Meghan McCain.
On the series McCain called Wolff out over the fact that so many individuals have criticized him for his cluttered and significantly fictional work. Said Meghan on the series to Michael, “You know, Michael, your credibility has been questioned.
Wolff interrupted her, and tried to drop a zinger, stating, “Let us remember who my credibility has been contested” McCain cut him off, rebuking him by saying, “Let me finish. The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman, New York Times’ John Martin, David Brooks, CNN’s Alisyn Camerota, Tony Blair, Tom Barrack, Kate Walsh, Anna Wintour, all denying quotations.” Meghan only got started, finally leaving Wolff stuttering and speechless. How much can you love McCain for this?