Wolff admits 'we didn't know what we had' with Fire and Fury

Wolff admits 'we didn't know what we had' with Fire and Fury

Michael Wolff has admitted neither he nor publisher Macmillan "knew what they had” when he delivered the manuscript of Fire and Fury, which exposed the inner workings of Donald Trump's chaotic White House and led to a worldwide media storm, with bookshops and the public alike scrambling for copies.

Speaking to the Bookseller about the experience, Wolff agreed he and his publishers "knew we had a book that would make some waves, generate some controversy” but there had been "no way to anticipate" what followed.

The exposé, which painted an unflattering portrait of Trump and his administrat...

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