A forthcoming book by journalist Michael Wolff featuring Steve Bannon’s observation has the so-called president upset, to say the least.
The bombshell exposé credits Bannon with a litany of biting truths sure to hurt the fragile ego of the Dim Leader. Among the juicy tidbits are the suspicion Trump is a functional illiterate who didn’t want to “win” the presidency, committed treason, laundered money for the Russians and called former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates “the ‘c’ word.” Also, Ivanka is as dumb as a brick, Don Junior will “crack like an egg” when questioned about his treason and everyone in the Trump Crime Family is in way over their heads.
Gee. Rather than “Fire and Fury,” it sounds like Wolff’s book could easily be titled “Things We Already Know.”
Anyone with eyes, a brain, and access to Trump’s twitter feed is well-aware of the so-called President’s pathological, maniacal, paper-thin skin. Well, in response to the unflattering tidbits, the 71-year-old Toddler’s legal team sent Steve Bannon a “cease and desist” letter, instructing him to refrain from saying anything bad about President Snowflake… based on a supposed non-disparagement agreement.
ABC News reports, “Lawyers on behalf of President Donald Trump sent a letter Wednesday night to former White House Chief Strategist Stephen Bannon demanding he refrain from making disparaging comments against the president and his family.
The letter, comes after excerpts from a forthcoming book by journalist Michael Wolff were made public Wednesday, causing a stir.
Trump attorney Charles Harder said in a statement, ‘This law firm represents President Donald J. Trump and Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. On behalf of our clients, legal notice was issued today to Stephen K. Bannon, that his actions of communicating with author Michael Wolff regarding an upcoming book give rise to numerous legal claims including defamation by libel and slander, and breach of his written confidentiality and non-disparagement agreement with our clients. Legal action is imminent.’
In the letter to Bannon, Harder, writes, ‘You [Bannon] have breached the Agreement by, among other things, communicating with author Michael Wolff about Mr. Trump, his family members, and the Company [the campaign], disclosing Confidential Information to Mr. Wolff, and making disparaging statements and in some cases outright defamatory statements to Mr. Wolff about Mr. Trump, his family members.’
In the letter, Trump’s attorney says that ‘remedies for your breach of the agreement include but are not limited to monetary damages’ though no dollar amount is disclosed.”
Though Trump’s letter threatens legal action, don’t hold your breath. We’re still waiting for the Mar-a-lago Mussolini to pursue legal action against the 19 women he (allegedly) sexually assaulted.
It’s clear, Steve Bannon and Donald Trump’s marriage of convenience is over. The only question left is who will get the army of deplorable dupes in the divorce?
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