Wolff's Fire and Fury to be adapted into television series

Peter Castro
January 18, 2018

[F] or the first six months of Trump's presidency no one in his White House-including then-Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and then-Press Secretary Sean Spicer-stopped Wolff from repeatedly scheduling appointments in the West Wing. Yep, you read that right.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Michael Wolff's best-selling book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" will be adapted into a TV series. "Wolff will serve as an executive producer on the project with former BBC executive Michael Jackson also producing".

Interest has been so high that the publishing company announced "Fire and Fury" was its fastest-selling nonfiction book ever.

The White House has roundly condemned the book.

This news should come as no surprise-though the book was only released on January 9, it sold almost 30,000 copies in its first weekend and has far exceeded that number since.

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There has been no response from the administration to the news of the possible television adaptation so far, but the eyes of many will be set on Trump's Twitter page.

The expose revealed a behind-the-scenes look at Donald Trump's first year through Wolff's eyes, ears and White House access.

Endeavor Content did not immediately respond to the Los Angeles Times' request for comment Wednesday. This was the day I ordered "Fire and Fury". This is reportedly the largest deal yet for Endeavor Content, which curently has pact with Peter Chernin's Chernin Entertainment as well as a feature with Michael B. Jordan.

On the cancellation of Mr Trump's visit to the UK, the author said: I think the deeper reason is that he felt he would come to the United Kingdom and he would not receive the love he believes he deserves. Instead of depicting a strong business leader running the government more efficiently, it portrays feudal factions vying for the limited attention of a president who allegedly goes to bed early most evenings with a cheeseburger in hand.

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