Endeavour Content, the financing and sales arm of William Morris Endeavor and IMG, has purchased the film and television rights to Michael Wolff's best-selling book "Fire and Fury", according to a report Wednesday by the Hollywood Reporter.
President Trump has condemned the book, which depicts a chaotic administration and a president unfit for office, as full of made-up stories.
Speaking in Washington DC, Martin Luther King III said: When a president insists that our nation needs more citizens from white states like Norway, I don't think we need to spend any time even talking about what it says and what it is. Trump's lawyers issued an ineffectual threat against Wolff's publisher, seeking to stop the book's publication; instead, it appeared in stores early and rocketed to the top of best-seller lists. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said it is "trash" and largely fictional.
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The White House has dismissed the book as a work of fiction. Wolff, by his own account, seemed to inhabit the West Wing for an extended period of time while collecting blockbuster quotes and assembling juicy anecdotes that made the White House look inept, confused and amateurish. For one thing, someone's gonna have to play Trump. But Wolff also assisted himself by painting his project as one that was sympathetic to the president and his administration. Shortly after January 20, 2017, he took up what he described as "something like a semi permanent seat on a couch in the West Wing".
In addition to Bannon and Conway, the author also spoke with son-in-law and senior adviser Kushner, budget director Mick Mulvaney, then-deputy chief of staff Katie Walsh, Priebus, Spicer and others. The means by which Wolff gained access are, in a lot of ways, the greatest confirmation that could exist for the central premise of his book.
Hicks reportedly gave Wolff's book her tacit approval, saying that aides could speak to him as long as they stuck to positive comments about the president.