When asked whether there is a section in Fire and Fury that he wonders that the press isn't asking about, Wolff told late-show host Bill Maher on Friday's Real Time that there is, "but I can't tell you what it is".
Others have expressed support for First Lady Melania Trump.
US President Donald Trump has yet to comment on the allegations from the author of the "Fire and Fury" book, allegedly detailing the inside of the White House under the new administration. "You just have to read between the lines", adding that it's toward the end of the book.
"All things considered, you have done the unthinkable, you've influenced America to peruse once more", Maher told Wolff at the highest point of their meeting.
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Rights to Michael Wolff's book, an explosive behind-the-scenes account that questions the president's fitness for office, have been snapped up by Endeavor Content, according to The Hollywood Reporter and Variety.
There was one tale about Trump that he continued hearing, however couldn't affirm, even by his sketchy benchmarks.
"Truly", Wolff answered, yet he declined to expand.
Michael Wolff's explosive novel, which reportedly details bad and embarrassing things about Trump and his administration, is projected to hit 1.75 million in sales, according to numbers obtained by Mother Jones. Bill Maher said, "There are back doors?" As the gathering of people moaned, Maher dared to say: "Sean Spicer!"