The president had a four-word reaction to what the former guy left behind.
"He's crazy," Trump reportedly told advisers in November, adding that "the actual lawyers have been told they cannot represent my campaign.”
When Trump’s former national security adviser was told his proposed title had a sexual connotation, he reportedly told publishers their minds were "in the gutter."
The country legend's deadpan response was too much for "The Tonight Show" host.
Trump attacked his own hires. Again.
Random House expects to release the book, currently untitled, late in 2022.
Trump was taken to the White House bunker during protests last year over the police killing of George Floyd.
Before the pandemic, Canadians were allowed to visit the Haskell Free Library without having to visit a customs post.
"For Trump, the goal is almost entirely the media attention," Wolff told a reporter. "Good, bad, indifferent, doesn’t matter.”