“Fire and Fury”, With Streisand Effect
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The book “Fire and Fury” was not suppose to be released until Tuesday, but due to its popular demand resulting from President Trump’s threat to sue in a cease and desist letter (….violating an agreement…that prevented him[author Michael Wolff] from disclosing confidential information….), its publisher decided to release it earlier. The success of this book definitely appeared to have the flavor of Streisand Effect. Its author Michael Wolff drew the picture of a chaotic first year in the White House, basing on 200 interviews with senior White House staff during a period of eighteen months. Let’s take a look at the effect of this early release.
- “There was, he suggested, the possibility that the British had had the Trump campaign staff under surveillance….”
- “In the days before his departure, he [Trump] was telling people that the Saudis were going to finance an entirely new military presence in the kingdom, supplanting and even replacing the U.S. command headquarters in Qatar.“
Michael Wolff further commented, those who were being interviewed had a common comment about Trump,”he is like a child….”.
In an interview with Michael Wolff, this author commented on his experience in writing “Fire and Fury”, below:
Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker
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