Previous Donald Trump battle staff member Corey Lewandowski has remained a staunch protector of the troubled and focused on president, and as of late coordinated his rage at newspaper correspondent Michael Wolff for the many falsehoods he introduced as reality in his new tell-all book Fire and Fury.
Amid Fox News Sunday, Lewandowski made it clear where he stands with respect to this book, and got out Wolff for his manufactures about Trump’s White House. Corey expressed, “Let me be clear, this is a book of fiction. Not exclusively is it not exact, there are such huge numbers of distortions in this book it shouldn’t be considered important.”
He at that point undermined the possibility that Wolff is notwithstanding attempting to come clean in this book, expressing, “In the event that you take a gander at the commentators of Mr. Wolff, his counterparts his partners The New York Times, CNN, plainly individuals who have not been well disposed or steady of this president or his organization, they have raised doubt about the straightforward realities in this book as accurately erroneous.”
He included, “And Mr. Wolff himself asserted at the absolute starting point of the book that it would seem that he’s taken freedoms to place things in the book that might not have happened but rather he gives the peruser a chance to choose. That isn’t journalistic honesty, and this book is an entire manufacture.”
Lewandowski finished up, putting a conclusion to the issue, “Mr. Wolff and I never talked about this book, so where he concocts the attestations on what I think about the Trump children or Jared Kushner are totally made up. I’ve never addressed him about this. The person is a liar, is what it comes down to, and I don’t think anyone who takes a gander at what’s in this book can take it sincerely.” Are you happy Lewandowski cleared up a thing or two about liar Wolff?