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    村长,也同情一下希拉利吧。

    美国前总统比尔·克林顿和妻子希拉里位于美国纽约市附近查帕阔的房产3日起火,无人伤亡。起火点是一间卧室。希拉里的发言人在社交媒体上说,火源是特工处所用设施,位于克林顿夫妇住宅后面,与住宅不相连。事发时,克林顿夫妇不在家,“一切都好”。 特工处在声明中说,当地时间3日14时40分左右,一名特工报警称房屋二层天花板起火。“查帕阔消防局消防员赶到现场灭火,检查起火区域。”
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    Trump seen as a child by staff, says Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff
    BBC, 6 minutes ago
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-42579990

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    Dozens queued for the midnight release of Fire and Fury

    The author of a controversial book on Donald Trump's White House has defended his reporting, saying that he stands by everything he wrote and that the president's staff see him as a "child".


    Michael Wolff, who says the book is based on about 200 interviews, was responding to the president's claims that it was "full of lies".

    Mr Trump says he never spoke to him but Mr Wolff told NBC's Today show that they spent three hours together.

    The book has now gone on sale early.

    Mr Trump's lawyers had tried to block publication of Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, alleging it contained many falsehoods.

    The president himself tweeted on Friday that the "phony new book" was being pushed by the media and others to hurt him. He added: "They should try winning an election. Sad!"

    Mr Wolff has hit back against White House attacks, saying the president has no credibility and that "100% of the people around him" question his fitness for office.

    He added that White House staff described the president as childlike because "he has the need for immediate gratification. It's all about him... This man does not read, does not listen. He's like a pinball just shooting off the sides".

    The book cites former top aide Steve Bannon as describing a meeting at Trump Tower in New York between a Russian lawyer and Trump election campaign officials, including Mr Trump's son Donald Jr, as "treasonous".

    Both Mr Trump Jr and his father deny any collusion with Russians took place.

    It also portrays Mr Trump as being surprised at winning the presidency.

    Mr Wolff said it was "extraordinary" that the president of the US would try to stop publication of his book, a move that "the CEO of a mid-sized company" would not attempt.

    Mr Trump said he had not given Mr Wolff access to the White House nor spoken to him for the book.

    Mr Wolff responded: "What was I doing there if he didn't want me to be there? I absolutely spoke to the president... It was not off the record."

    He said he had spent three hours with Mr Trump in total, both during the election campaign and after the inauguration.

    Asked if attempts to block the book's publication, and the attendant publicity, had helped sales, Mr Wolff smiled and said: "Where do I send the box of chocolates?"

    What else is in the book?
    Mr Wolff's book makes many claims, including that:
    • The Trump team was shocked and horrified by his election win
    • His wife, Melania, was in tears of sadness on election night
    • Mr Trump was angry that A-list stars had snubbed his inauguration
    • The new president "found the White House to be vexing and even a little scary"
    • His daughter, Ivanka, had a plan with her husband, Jared Kushner, that she would be "the first woman president"
    • Ivanka Trump mocked her dad's "comb-over" hairstyle and "often described the mechanics behind it to friends"
    The book is reportedly based on more than 200 interviews but some excerpts have been criticised and questioned.

    Still, even if only half of what the book contains is true, it paints a damning portrait of a paranoid president and a chaotic White House, BBC North America editor Jon Sopel says.

    One of the key claims is about the Trump Tower meeting. Mr Bannon is quoted in the book as saying about it: "They're going to crack Don Junior like an egg on national TV."

    The meeting is being investigated by Special Counsel Robert Mueller as part of his inquiry into possible collusion between Trump campaign officials and Russians.

    What has the White House said about Bannon?
    Mr Trump said Mr Bannon - who was sacked in August - had "lost his mind" after losing his White House position.
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    President Trump faces questions about his relationship with former top aide Steve Bannon

    On his Breitbart radio show on Wednesday, Mr Bannon responded to the president's criticism by saying Mr Trump was a "great man" and that he supported him "day in and day out".

    On Thursday a reporter asked Mr Trump if his former strategist had betrayed him.

    "I don't know, he called me a great man last night so he obviously changed his tune pretty quick," the US leader responded.

    Reports suggest that more conservative factions in the Republican party have backed Mr Trump amid the fall-out from the book.

    "I don't know anyone in the conservative movement that's supporting Steve over Donald Trump right now in this," Trump ally and Newsmax website editor Christopher Ruddy told Reuters news agency.

    Billionaire conservative donor Rebekah Mercer, a Breitbart investor who had backed Mr Bannon financially, also cut ties with the former strategist, saying: "I support President Trump and the platform upon which he was elected".

    What did Mr Trump's lawyers argue?
    The legal notice demands that Mr Wolff and the book's publisher "immediately cease and desist from any further publication, release or dissemination of the book".

    It accused Mr Wolff of making "numerous false and/or baseless statements" about Mr Trump and said lawyers were considering pursuing libel charges.

    Attorney Charles J Harder also sent a cease-and-desist letter to Mr Bannon on Wednesday, saying he had violated a non-disclosure agreement.

    The book was due to come out next Tuesday but publication was advanced following the legal moves.
     
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    没有人关心这破事儿,美国人在读书。

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    He's a provocateur who's said to love a brawl and once bemoaned the glare of the spotlight — and the bigger disappointment of watching it move on.

    "You think, well, what am I, chopped liver?" author Michael Wolff said in 2009 about coverage of his divorce, according to Women's Wear Daily.

    Obscurity is a threat to Wolff no longer.

    His explosive new book on U.S. President Donald Trump is drawn from what he said was regular access to the West Wing and more than 200 interviews, including with Trump. It blew open what seems an inevitable feud between the publicity-loving president and his former adviser Steve Bannon, who is quoted extensively and unflatteringly describing Trump, his family and advisers.

    Shell-shocked White House aides scrambled to control the fallout of Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House this week as excerpts were published ahead of the book's scheduled Jan. 9 release. The publisher announced late Thursday that it would move up the release to Friday because of "unprecedented demand."

    "Thank you, Mr. President," Wolff tweeted.

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    Trump tweeted late Thursday that Wolff's book was fiction and reliant on fake sources.

    "I authorized Zero access to White House (actually turned him down many times) for author of phony book! I never spoke to him for book. Full of lies, misrepresentations and sources that don't exist. Look at this guy's past and watch what happens to him and Sloppy Steve!" Trump wrote.

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    "Complete fantasy" is how White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders described Wolff's book Thursday, as the president's allies increasingly raised questions about Wolff's credibility.

    Trump's lawyers sent Wolff and his publisher cease-and-desist letters, as they had to Bannon. The book, Sanders continued, contains "mistake after mistake after mistake." She said the White House had rejected some two dozen of Wolff's requests for an interview with Trump.

    Questions over accuracy
    The 64-year-old author and blogger has given Trump's allies fodder, particularly with an acknowledgment in the introduction that he could not resolve discrepancies between some accounts in a White House riven by rivalries.

    "Many, in Trumpian fashion, are baldly untrue," Wolff writes of some accounts. "Those conflicts and that looseness with the truth, if not reality itself, are an elemental thread of the book." He says he "settled on a version of events I believe to be true."

    For example, Wolff writes in the book that Trump didn't know who former House Speaker John Boehner was on election night 2016. Sanders disputes that, pointing to public photos that show the golf enthusiasts had hit the links over the years. Two people close to Boehner confirmed that and said they had spoken before and after the election.

    Sanders also derided Wolff's contention in the book that Trump and his family had not wanted to win the election.

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    Steve Bannon, who was one of the president's strategists, listens as Trump speaks during a meeting in the White House on Jan. 31. (Evan Vucci/Associated Press)

    For his part, Trump went after Bannon in an unusual White House statement. Wolff and his publisher did not respond to a request for comment and an interview.

    Wolff built his four-decade career writing about some of the world's rich and powerful people — including Rupert Murdoch — in seven books and across a wide range of newspapers and magazines. Sometimes, he critiqued the media. And often, he got scathing reviews back on his writing style, his focus on atmospherics and his factual mistakes.

    "One of the problems with Wolff's omniscience is that while he may know all, he gets some of it wrong," wrote the late David Carr in the New York Times, noting some discrepancies in dates in Wolff's 1988 book about Murdoch, The Man Who Owns the News: Inside the Secret World of Rupert Murdoch.

    'Media should not be the story'
    But Wolff was getting support from other corners Thursday. Janice Min, an owner of the Hollywood Reporter, tweeted that she was one of the few guests at a dinner reported in the book at Roger Ailes's house in January last year.

    According to Wolff, Bannon discussed Trump's plans for appointing Cabinet and other advisers and Ailes warned him about the qualifications of some. "It's not a deep bench," Bannon acknowledged, according to the book.

    "So I was one of the 6 guests at the Bannon-Ailes dinner party in January 2017 and every word I've seen from the book about it is absolutely accurate," Min tweeted.

    Nearly a year ago, Wolff disparaged news outlets covering their own industry even in the time of Trump.

    "The media should not be the story," he said on CNN in February.

    Around the same time, Wolff also wrote a prescient Newsweek column about how the still-new and struggling Trump White House and the media might reach a balance or detente.

    At the time, Wolff had been spotted multiple times by a reporter who now works for The Associated Press on the White House grounds with a "blue badge" — instead of a traditional press badge — that gave Wolff wide access to the West Wing.

    One former White House official said Wolff was known to camp out for hours in the West Wing lobby after meetings, sitting on a sofa as he waited to talk to staffers passing by.

    "It is not at all unlikely that each side, no matter how determined to kill the other, emerges into a new and beneficial normal — and perfect balance, with news media ratings and profits soaring and the many Trump dramas commanding our undivided attention," Wolff wrote in the Feb. 10 column. "Until one side makes an error or gains the advantage, and there's a kill."

    © The Associated Press, 2018
     
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    老帅身边的士象车马都被干掉了,就剩下个炮了。 更糟糕的是,现在干掉的士象掉过头来向老帅开炮了。
     
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    特朗普弃用推特 用正式声明怒斥班农“失心疯”
    2018-01-05 06:45:11 来源: 新华网

      美国专栏作家迈克尔·沃尔夫出一本书,引燃美国总统唐纳德·特朗普对前“师爷”斯蒂芬·班农的怒火。

      特朗普3日一反常态,弃用社交媒体“推特”,以正式声明方式怒斥班农“失心疯”,继而全面否定班农,称自己当选总统与班农没有半点关系。

      【总统爱煲电话粥】

      沃尔夫的新书《火与怒:特朗普白宫内幕》定于本月9日面世,节选由《纽约》杂志等媒体提前曝光。沃尔夫自称为著书做了超过200场采访,交流对象包括特朗普和大部分白宫高层人士。

      美联社援引新书内容报道,沃尔夫笔下的特朗普“很不成熟”,或许不明白美国总统一职的重要性。在白宫里,特朗普喜欢坐在床上看电视、吃干酪汉堡当晚餐,还钟爱与老友煲电话粥。

      沃尔夫写道,特朗普根本没有慎重考虑过赢得选举,而是把赢得总统候选人提名当做扩大商业知名度与获得“无限机遇”的跳板。他的长子小特朗普曾告诉友人,当特朗普得知自己可能当选时,那表情就像“见了鬼”;特朗普的妻子梅拉尼娅哭了,但绝对不是“喜极而泣”。

      【引火上身的班农】

      引发特朗普怒火的是沃尔夫书中班农的言论。班农谈及小特朗普等人在特朗普大厦与俄罗斯籍女律师纳塔莉娅·维塞里尼茨卡娅会面,称那场会面是“叛国”和“不爱国”行为。

      2016年6月9日,距离特朗普由共和党全国代表大会确认为总统候选人仅3天,特朗普之子小特朗普、女婿贾里德·库什纳和特朗普竞选团队时任主管保罗·马纳福特在位于纽约曼哈顿岛的特朗普大厦与维塞里尼茨卡娅会面。那场会面,据信是特朗普团队核心人员与俄罗斯人之间最早的私人会晤,是美方情报机构和特别检察官调查双方“合谋”可能性的重点。

      另外,在沃尔夫的书中,班农说,对特朗普团队成员的调查还可能是洗钱为重点。“那些调查员对付小特朗普,就像在电视节目上捏碎一枚鸡蛋。”

      对特朗普的女儿伊万卡,班农同样评价不高。班农认为,伊万卡有点营销手段,但对国家政策制定和世界运行方式“一窍不通”。

      【这次没有发推特】

      特朗普3日发表一份正式声明,对班农毫不客气。

      特朗普坚称,班农对他自己胜选总统没什么帮助。“班农与我个人和我的总统职位毫无关系。当班农遭革职时,他不仅丢了工作,还丢了魂。”

      特朗普2016年8月雇用班农,执掌他的竞选团队。作为特朗普的高级顾问,班农出谋划策,外界视他为特朗普入主白宫的“师爷”。特朗普就任后,许多重大决策依稀可见班农的身影,如签署限制来自中东国家移民的禁令、宣布美国将退出《巴黎协定》、撕毁国际贸易协定和严厉打击非法移民。

      班农持右翼立场,在白宫任职前,他经营的布赖特巴特新闻网带有极右翼色彩,经常鼓吹白人至上主义,反对多元文化,强调捍卫“西方价值观”。由于与鼓吹或纵容种族主义、排外思想的“另类右翼”运动关系紧密,班农备受民权组织批评。而极端保守阵营的支持者被认为是特朗普2016年赢得总统选举的“票仓”之一。

      2017年8月,弗吉尼亚州夏洛茨维尔骚乱过后,特朗普迟迟未能明确谴责白人至上主义者,招致舆论谴责以及共和党内批评。外界持续施压,要求特朗普解职班农。当月18日,班农作别白宫。

      【班农不难过】

      就班农如何招惹特朗普怒火,美国白宫发言人萨拉·桑德斯回应,称班农“吐槽”特朗普的儿子,绝不会令人高兴。

      另外,对沃尔夫自称与特朗普有过交流,桑德斯说,两人从未坐下交谈,特朗普上任后只与沃尔夫有过一次通话,还是经由电话。

      美联社援引消息人士的话报道,沃尔夫持有有别于普通媒体记者的“蓝色通行证”,让他更容易出入白宫西翼。在那里,沃尔夫经常“安营扎寨”,一等好几个小时,只为与路过的工作人员说上几句话。

      班农身边的消息人士说,班农对特朗普的表态并不意外,也不难过。

      这名不愿公开姓名的消息人士3日说,班农相信,等特朗普冷静下来,两人还会接触。特朗普喜欢与离任的白宫官员保持联系。

      桑德斯证实,班农去年12月与特朗普有交流。特朗普去年10月表示,他和班农是老朋友,两人“关系很铁”。

      班农接受美联社采访时说,特朗普受到“身边人”误导,包括他的儿子小特朗普和女婿库什纳。他们让特朗普遭遇涉嫌与俄罗斯方面“合谋”的尴尬;没有他们的干扰,特朗普能够做出更多成绩。
     
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    (CNN) Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is reiterating his support for President Donald Trump after his former boss blasted him over explosive comments he made in a new book.

    Speaking on Breitbart radio Thursday morning, Bannon assured a caller that "nothing will ever come between us and President Trump and his agenda" adding that "we're tight on this agenda as we've ever been.

    On Wednesday night, Bannon praised Trump personally while hosting the Breitbart News Tonight radio show on SiriusXM.

    "The President of the United States is a great man," he said. "You know, I support him day in and day out."
     
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    The book is so hot, and was sold out very quickly in many stores on the release day. White House might be able to get some copies but don't expect any discount :D

    $18 Amazon C$27 indigo
     
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    It would be nice to see these Trump's casualities made onto coins for people to collect and play with. Something can be done by Royal Canadian Mint? :D
     
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