The rights to Michael Wolff's book have been purchased for a reported seven figure sum by Endeavour Content, who plan to turn it into a TV series.
The book is full of jarring allegations, including but not limited to these: Trump had no interest in winning the election; almost everyone around him thought he was unfit to serve as president; and close advisor Steve Bannon once characterized Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a group of Russians in Trump Tower as "treasonous". The book was immediately disparaged by the Trump White House.
"I think one of the interesting effects of the book so far is a very clear emperor-has-no-clothes effect", Wolff said in an interview to radio on Saturday. It's worth noting, though, that not everything in Fire and Fury will be accurate; Wolff opens with a candid admission that sources often disagreed in their accounts. The series will follow the first year of Donald Trump's administration.
The book's portrayal of a chaotic West Wing quickly drew the ire of Trump; one of his lawyers tried to halt the book's publication with a cease-and-desist letter. Reportedly based on more than 200 interviews with the President, his inner circle and key aides inside and outside the United States administration, the book lifts the lid on how Trump is perceived by some within the White House.
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The book proved to be an immediate best-seller and was sold out at bookstores in several major cities the day it was released.
Trump allies said they sought Hicks' guidance on whether to speak with Wolff because they consider her to be the aide most familiar with Trump's media preferences, having served as the White House director for strategic communications before becoming communications director.