Michael Wolff is an author who has penned a new book entitled “Fire And Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” and things were not looking promising for the poor tome when the legal eagles that represent US President Donald Trump sent a letter to its publisher threatening legal action if they were to release it. But now, it looks like that letter has been rightfully ignored, as they’ve moved up the book’s release to this Friday.

So, like when the FBI told off NWA for saying defamatory things about law enforcement institutions in their track “F*ck the Police,” the meddling from the White House to prevent this book from hitting shelves across the United States has only served to provide it with extra, invaluable publicity.

Readers are realising that if the White House wants to prevent the publication of this book so badly, then there must be something pretty damn incriminating within its pages.

‘Fire and Fury’ casts doubt on whether Trump is suitable for the role of President

Among other things, “Fire and Fury” serves to cast a shadow of doubt on the idea that Trump is fit to be the President of the United States. Surely it doesn’t take a whole book to see that, though. But what distinguishes this is insider knowledge and stories that we’ve never heard before. The book goes, as it claims in its subtitle, “Inside the Trump White House.” If the book has enough dirt in it to scare the Trump administration, then it must at the very least be worth a read.

In the letter to the publishing house from the White House lawyers, they claimed that the book is “filled with false and misleading accounts,” based on the excerpts that were revealed exclusively in The Guardian recently. But then, Mr. Trump’s rhetoric is filled with false and misleading accounts, so they can talk. So, let’s hear both sides of the story.

Then we’ll decide which is “false and misleading.” Methinks the Trump administration doth protest too much to Michael Wolff’s book.

“Fire and Fury” aims to expose all the backstage chaos and upset that’s going on behind the scenes of Trump’s Presidency, with the endgame of finally showing the world definitively that this guy, the guy from “The Apprentice,” is not suited to the office of President of the United States.

And frankly, it’s about bloody time. Trump’s lawyers were trying to get the publication of the book cancelled, but instead, the fruits of their efforts have been that the publication has in fact been moved up.

Book’s author tweets, ‘Thank you, Mr. President’

Since Trump’s lawyers and their meddling have made the publication of “Fire and Fury” even more possible than before, the author of the book, Michael Wolff, tweeted on Thursday, “Here we go. You can buy it (and read it) tomorrow. Thank you, Mr. President.” That’s ironic, how drastically things backfired for Trump’s White House. In the words of Jez from “Peep Show,” the world’s not all wrong sometimes.

The legal team over at the White House went nuts when the excerpts from “Fire and Fury” became public in a Guardian article.

Everything that they keep safely and comfortably under wraps was suddenly in a popular newspaper, with more on their way in the form of an entire book. For starters, Trump began by calling out Steve Bannon, his former buddy, as a self-magnifying douche who “has nothing to do with me or my Presidency.”

The President added that when he fired Bannon, “he not only lost his job, he lost his mind.” White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has reiterated Trump’s statements, saying that he is “furious and disgusted” with Bannon’s recent behaviour, as well as the comments that he made about Trump’s family, like calling Donald Trump, Jr. “treasonous” and “unpatriotic” (which he is).