Former White House adviser Stephen Bannon has stepped down from his post at Breitbart News after he was quoted disparaging President Donald Trump's children in a new book about the administration, the right-wing news website confirmed Tuesday.
Wolff reported in his book that former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes approached Bannon in April about teaming up to launch a new conservative television network that would feature the just-fired Bill O'Reilly.
Though, he appeared to hold back any apology for his comments about Mr Kushner and the President's daughter Ivanka Trump, whom he allegedly referred to as "Javanka" in the book.
Bannon has tried to make amends.
Based on conversations with top Trump aides, the book says Haley is "as ambitious as Lucifer" and is widely seen in Trump's inner circle as a potential replacement for the NY mogul at the top of the Republican ticket. The NYT is reporting that Bannon was forced from his perch by Breitbart benefactor and Trump donor Rebekah Mercer after he was unable to quell the discontent over his comments about Trump's family. The company announced it is ending its relationship with Bannon, stating its programing agreement is with Breitbart.
In a statement, Bannon commended his team, saying, "I'm proud of what the Breitbart team has accomplished in so short a period of time in building out a world-class news platform".
Trump's days have gotten shorter since the beginning of his presidency in 2017
Despite his denials, it was Mr Trump who more or less agreed to allow Wolff - whose reputation for slashing his subjects Mr Trump presumably would have known from his years in New York City - to interview the White House staff for a book.
It's hard to imagine a comment more likely to induce blinding rage in Mr Trump than "they're going to crack Don Jr like an egg on national TV" over the Russian Federation investigation.
Some aides said they believed they were talking to Wolff "off the record", meaning that they would not be publicly associated with their remarks.
"Mueller chose [senior prosecutor Andrew] Weissmann first and he is a money-laundering guy", he said.
But Wolff told MSNBC's "Morning Joe": "it was not directed at Manafort, it was directed directly at Don. Jr". They're going to go right through that.
Hansen said he never thought that he'd see a rise in sales of his own book, titled Fire and Fury: The Allied Bombing of Germany, 1942-45, when Wolff's book was released.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, it was also disclosed, will be looking into the Clinton Foundation.
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