The book, which the president decried as "fake" and makes a number of questionable allegations based off various anecdotal reports, paints a picture of a mentally-unstable and incompetent president.
But in a statement to reporters, the White House communications staff dismissed many of those claims as falsehoods.
"These people are so incompetent - such stumblebums - that I think it may be very hard to prove intent", he said.
Bannon stepped down as chairman of Breitbart News Network less than one week following the release of his claims about Trump, which were published in Wolff's book. "I mean, that's the thing, everybody goes around saying he doesn't read anything", Wolff said.
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Kayli Vandermeer has been fielding daily requests for the book that has thrown the White House into disarray and has continued to generate Twitter fits from the commander-in-chief.
"The book is mistake after mistake after mistake", Sanders said at the White House press briefing Thursday.
However, President Trump appears to have won the war of words, after North and South Korea held rare formal talks Wednesday. Quotes from the tweets such as "my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart", have since become fodder for late-night comedy hosts. Bannon had suggested that Trump Jr's interactions if the Russians during the 2016 presidential election were "treasonous".
"I nearly want to say I can't tell you what the truth is".
As I wrote after Wolff's "Today" appearance, the author's methods do not directly undermine the veracity of his reporting. The other luxury is I get to sit back and watch and absorb and produce a story.
Wolff's publishers sped up the release of Fire and Fury after Trump threatened to sue the publisher.
"It certainly wasn't something I expected, and it's certainly not something I feel good about", Wolff said on ABC's "The View" when asked if Bannon's leaving was a direct result of the book's publication.