Mad Wolff, Lying Liar

Thanks to someone here (no names, in case of lawsuit), I got the link Wikileaks posted of Michael Wolff’s new Fire & Fury book. It’s the only way I was going to read it, because neither he nor his morally bankrupt publisher was ever getting a dime from me. Google has yanked the link as of this morning, but I made a copy available offline so I am able to continue to read for now. I may occasionally, if I have time, print excerpts to show how much of a lying liar Michael Wolff is and how easy it is to refute his pure fantasy of a book. Here’s his excerpt from Chapter 3 on Trump’s first major speech, which he delivered at Langley on 01/21/2017. The complete video of the speech is available via my tweet above just so you can see for yourselves how dishonestly Mad Wolff has chopped it and rearranged it to his unscrupulous advantage. Please note the adoring claps throughout the speech as well. It was well-received. It’s also classic Trump, who we already know and love.

Not taking off his dark overcoat, lending him quite a hulking gangster look, pacing in front of the CIA’s wall of stars for its fallen agents, in front of a crowd of about three hundred agency personnel and a group of White House staffers, and, suddenly, in a mood of sleepless cockiness and pleasure at having a captive crowd, the new president, disregarding his text, launched into what we could confidently call some of the most peculiar remarks ever delivered by an American president.

“I know a lot about West Point, I’m a person who very strongly believes in academics. Every time I say I had an uncle who was a great professor at MIT for 35 years, who did a fantastic job in so many ways academically—he was an academic genius—and then they say, Is Donald Trump an intellectual? Trust me, I’m like a smart person.”

Which was all somehow by way of praise for the new, soon-to-be-confirmed CIA director, Mike Pompeo, who had attended West Point and who Trump had brought with him to stand in the crowd—and who now found himself as bewildered as everyone else.

“You know when I was young. Of course I feel young—I feel like I was 30 . . . 35 . . . 39 . . . . Somebody said, Are you young? I said, I think I’m young. I was stopping in the final months of the campaign, four stops, five stops, seven stops—speeches, speeches in front of twenty-five, thirty thousand people . . . fifteen, nineteen thousand.

I feel young—I think we’re all so young. When I was young we were always winning things in this country. We’d win with trade, we’d win with wars—at a certain age I  remembering hearing from one of my instructors, the United States has never lost a war. And then, after that, it’s like we haven’t won anything. You know the old expression, to the victor belongs the spoils? You remember I always say, keep the oil.”

“Who should keep the oil?” asked a bewildered CIA employee, leaning over to a colleague in the back of the room.

“I wasn’t a fan of Iraq, I didn’t want to go into Iraq. But I will tell you when we were in we got out wrong and I always said in addition to that keep the oil. Now I said it for economic reasons, but if you think about it, Mike”—he called out across the room, addressing the soon-to-be director—“if we kept the oil we wouldn’t have ISIS because that’s where they made their money in the first place, so that’s why we should have kept the oil. But okay—maybe you’ll have another chance—but the fact is we should have kept the oil.” The president paused and smiled with evident satisfaction.

“The reason you are my first stop, as you know I have a running war with the media, they are among the most dishonest human beings on earth, and they sort of made it sound like I had a feud with the intelligence community and I just want to let you know the reason you’re the number one stop is exactly the opposite, exactly, and they understand that. I was explaining about the numbers.

We did, we did a thing yesterday at the speech. Did everybody like the speech? You had to like it. But we had a massive field of people. You saw them. Packed. I get up this morning, I turn on one of the networks, and they show an empty field and I say, Wait a minute, I made a speech. I looked out—the field was—it looked like a million, million and half people. They showed a field where there were practically nobody standing there. And they said Donald Trump did not draw well and I said it was almost raining, the rain should have scared them away, but God looked down and said we’re not going to let it rain on your speech and in fact when I first started I said, Oooh no, first line I got hit by a couple of drops, and I said, Oh this is too bad, but we’ll go right through it, the truth is it stopped immediately. . . .”

“No, it didn’t,” one of the staffers traveling with him said reflexively, then catching herself and, with a worried look, glancing around to see if she had been overheard.

“. . . and then it became really sunny and I walked off and it poured right after I left. It poured but we have something amazing because—honestly it looked like a million, million and a half people, whatever it was it was, but it went all the way back to the Washington Monument and by mistake I get this network and it showed an empty field and it said we drew two hundred fifty thousand people. Now that’s not bad, but it’s a lie. . . . And we had another one yesterday which was interesting. In the Oval Office there’s a beautiful statue of Dr. Martin Luther King and I also happen to like Churchill—Winston Churchill—I think most of us like Churchill, doesn’t come from our country but had a lot to do with it, helped us, real ally, and as you know the Churchill statue was taken out. . . .

So a reporter for Time magazine and I have been on the cover like fourteen or fifteen times. I think I have the all-time record in the history of Time magazine. Like if Tom Brady is on the cover it’s one time because he won the Super Bowl or something. I’ve been on fifteen times this year. I don’t think, Mike, that’s a record that can ever be broken, do you agree with that . . . . What do you think?”

“No,” said Pompeo in a stricken voice.

“But I will say that they said it was very interesting that ‘Donald Trump took down the bust, the statue, of Dr. Martin Luther King,’ and it was right there, there was a cameraman that was in front of it. So Zeke . . . Zeke . . . from Time magazine . . . writes a story that I took it down. I would never do that. I have great respect for Dr. Martin Luther King. But this is how dishonest the media is. Now big story, but the retraction was like this”—he indicated ever-so-small with his fingers. “Is it a line or do they even bother putting it in? I only like to say I love honesty, I like honest reporting. I will tell you, final time, although I will say it when you let in your thousands of other people who have been trying to come in, because I am coming back, we may have to get you a larger room, we may have to get you a larger room and maybe, maybe, it will be built by somebody that knows how to build and we won’t have columns. You understand that? We get rid of the columns, but you know I just wanted to say that I love you, I respect you, there’s nobody I respect more. You do a fantastic job and we’re going to start winning again, and you’re going to be leading the charge, so thank you all very much.”

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127 Responses to Mad Wolff, Lying Liar

  1. BjornTheBorg says:

    I see that the next big thing in the “Trump is a dotard” narrative is the “leaked” official schedule that shows him starting his day at 11:00 and ending by 6:00, with a bunch of “executive time” where he sits in front of the TV and drools. Whoever is behind that particular hit job is one fucked up loser. And yet, the media take an entirely unsourced story about a secret schedule and run with it. Bastards!

    • I saw that. Didn’t believe it, as I don’t believe much of what the media reports, even if it’s unrelated to Trump. But especially if it’s related to Trump. And that’s the danger of what they’re doing. 25% of America wasn’t tuning in, and now 50% of what’s left is tuning out.

    • Cisco says:

      Precisely, they L-O-S-T and can not accept it.

    • 1539days says:

      To be fair, Steve Bannon was probably upset at Trump when he leaked that.

    • Somebody says:

      11-6 would have been a long day for Obama. He usually started between 10 and 11 and finished for the day between 3 and 4, unless he had a tee time for golf then he’d take off early.

      It sounds to me like this secret schedule is actually some of O’s old schedules somebody found in a desk drawer.

      • DeniseVB says:

        For those of us following Keith Koffler during Obama 11-3 was a pretty normal schedule for him. It’s no secret Trump gets by on 4-5 hours sleep because his gosh darn work ethic keeps him pretty busy the other 20 hours. Remember his campaign pace of 2-3 rallies a day while Hillary barely managed that a week?

    • taw46 says:

      Nothing else has worked, so now they are going with “he’s lazy”.

      • lateblum says:

        Even if I hated him,I’d never believe the “He’s lazy” meme. That is so unbelievable, it’s laughable.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Lazy, unstable people don’t turn a 200 million inheritance into a billions+ empire 😀

          • Somebody says:

            Just for the record Denise he got a 1 million dollar loan from his father. Admittedly you or I couldn’the borrow a million from mom and dad, but that is how he started.

            Also, Trump’s father died in 1999. That is when he inherited money and it wasn’t 200 million. Fred Trump cut out his older son’s kids and the estate ended embroiled in the courts and the tabloids. Fred’s estate I believe if I recall correctly without looking it up was around somewhere between 250 and 300 million, of which DJT inherited 25%. By the time he inherited that money he was a billionaire.

            Going back to his brother’said kids being cut out of the will. That was his dad’s decision years before he was stricken with Alzheimer’s. Why he cut them out?? Lots of theories, but we’ll never know. DJT negotiated a settlement with the kids to end the lawsuit and get it out of the newspapers. He gave some portion of his inheritance to them, amount unknown. He also paid all the medical bills for his nephew’s baby that was premature. DJT’s other brother had cut the nephew’s insurance which Fred had provided. Nephew had no insurance when the baby was born…….he had attorneys suing the estate, but no insurance.

          • DeniseVB says:

            I pulled the 200 million inheritance from some troll who responded to me on the public Newsbusters FB page. I never respond to those, but maybe I will now. I didn’t think it was that much. Still, turning a “measly” 200m into billions is certainly the sign of a “stable genius” 😀

          • Somebody says:

            Tell the troll Google is his friend. This information is out there from a variety of places.

            I get so tired of people claiming DJT is nothing more than a trust fund baby. He built an empire, more than once. Did he grow up privileged? Yes he did. Did he have opportunities that most of us could never dream of, like that loan from his dad? Yes, but he also worked hard and took advantage of the opportunities afforded him.

  2. $100 says Kamala Harris and Oprah start talking today.

    • Cisco says:

      Here, just take my money 💵
      There’s going to be a lot of back room deals and the selling of souls.

    • DeniseVB says:

      That NBC tweet has been “screen captured” everywhere, especially for conservative articles discussing media bias that truly does exist. 🙂

    • DeniseVB says:

      “Third Party Agency” ? Would that be the DNC, lol !

  3. taw46 says:

  4. elliesmom says:

    I’ll just claim it was covered by educational fair use. 😉

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  6. taw46 says:

    We see it, too.

    “…..I see what I saw in President Obama in Senator Kamala Harris.”

    • Cisco says:

      Yea, but how sharp is the crease in her pants?
      And, no President Trump is the one to beat…keep dreaming.😴💤💤

  7. Dora says:

    Soviet-style abuse of psychiatry is now practiced in the US

    Comrade Psychiatrist is unhappy with Mr. Trump’s “delusional reformism”

    By Oleg Atbashian | First published in Bombthrowers

    American progressives have been enamored with many Soviet ideas in their time, trying to transplant them to the U.S. — from government diktat and central planning to academic indoctrination and propaganda through entertainment. And while the Soviet Union has gone the way of the dodo, its glorious socialist legacy is still up for the picking.

  8. taw46 says:

    The Dems are so predictable. Oprah gave a speech that they thought was “the best evah” so she must run for President! Same as they did with Obama.

    • lyn says:

      I still think Nikki Haley will be Trump’s VP in 2020 if Democrats have a woman on their ticket.

      • taw46 says:

        Maybe, if that’s what they think they need at the time. But so far I like Pence as VP. Nikki Haley is doing everything Trump wants at the UN and I am glad. But I don’t really know much about her position on issues. I’ve been too lazy to research anything about her, lol.

        • lyn says:

          I like Pence too. I’d go for Pence/Haley. 2020 is going to be ugly–thanks to the Democrats and GOPe anti-Trumpers.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Pence/Haley 2024 would be better 🙂 God Bless Him, I want Trump for a second term, but wouldn’t be surprised if he holds to one. He’s lost a billion in personal fortune working for free, at what point is enough enough? Can you imagine what he can do with a mandate for a second term win? Wow!

          • taw46 says:

            Well, I hope he is willing and able to run in 2020. There is no one like him, no one else who can clean up a lot of the mess. We need him for 8 years.

          • lyn says:

            I agree with you both.

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  10. mothy says:

    Gg’s down 11% in 18 to 49 coveted demo from last year

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  12. Myiq2xu™ says:

    The casual intimacy of old lovers.

  13. Lulu says:

    Wolff’s crap book is agitprop. Trashy agitprop. He is a hired libeller.

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  15. taw46 says:

    They just won’t stop.

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  20. Dora says:



    Mueller Indicates He’s Ready to Interview Trump

    Apparently the special counsel is looking to sit down with the president

  21. DeniseVB says:

    So Oprah never brought up this freak in her “historic” speech? Damn girlfriend, you sellout…..

    • Lulu says:

      She looks like an old, fat, debauched, madam yucking it up with her best customer.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Funny how quickly she dumped the Obamas. If she was seriously thinking about being Pres’her’dent, wouldn’t she be sucking up to those morons? Barry or Michelle should have been her “presenter” to that orgasmatic crowd.

        • Myiq2xu™ says:

          Oprah has too many skeletons. Trump’s history was all public, but Oprah has very carefully controlled what gets published about her. Some people think they know her because they watched her show.

          She’s a lesbian. She also behaves like a sexual predator. Oprah and Harvey were just two sharks circling the same school of fish. It wouldn’t surprise me if the two of them compared notes on the women they both bedded.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Whoa boyfriend, and you want to know how you’re not making money on your blog? Between the myiq and friends posts and comments here? Maybe we should have a better plan 😉

          • swanspirit says:

            I think she may swing both ways. She had the hots for Obama so bad, she could barely contain herself. And she is a roaring control freak, as well, as a wanna be preacher.
            She isn’t a good judge of character, look how many times she has been taken in by frauds.
            And no matter what, she tends to be a racist.
            Men wouldn’t vote for her. Fewer men would vote for her than voted for Hillary.

          • Myiq2xu™ says:

            Long ago I considered monetizing my blogging. This was back in 2006-2007. I decided I didn’t want to go down that road. Blogging changed when money got involved. The old hangouts are gone, and trolls and bots rule the comment threads (when they still allow comments).

  22. Lulu says:
    “Strzok played a key role in the early Russia election meddling probe before he was removed last summer by Special Counsel Robert Mueller for exchanging anti-Donald Trump text messages with Page.”
    “Page texted she had seen the article. “Makes me feel WAY less bad about throwing him under the bus to the forthcoming CF article,” she texted. Congressional investigators are still trying to determine what the “CF article” reference means and who the agents thought they were trying to throw “under the bus.”
    “The two agents also spent extensive time shortly before the 2016 Election trying to track down information — including an address and a spouse’s job — about New York Times reporter Matt Apuzzo, who has reported on numerous developments in the Russia case.”
    “We got a list of kids with their parents’ names. How many Matt Apuzzo’s (sic) could there be in DC,” Page texted. “Showed J a picture, he said he thinks he has seen a guy who kinda looks like that, but always really schlubby. I said that sounds like every reporter I have ever seen.”
    “Strzok cautions Page against using the work phone to track down information on the reporter. “I wouldn’t search on your work phone, ,,, no idea what that might trigger,” he texted.
    “Oops. Too late,” she responded back.”

    These two FBI honchos are the trashiest, dumbest, shit-talking bitches and sound like something in a trailer park on Cops. They, ugly as hell both of them, called other people names based on their appearance. He looks like a Walter Mitty type schmuck and she looks like she just got out of meth detox. It appears all they did was bitch, shit-talk and plot. And we are paying both of them. DC: Home of dumbasses and trash.

  23. taw46 says:

    This is a good article on how this book is ALL Bannon and how Wolff slobbers over him.

  24. DeniseVB says:

    Whoa, FB Go Trump is on fire …..

  25. taw46 says:

    Stephen Miller will be on Tucker’s show tonight, Spicer on Hannity’s.

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  29. DeniseVB says:

    Way before Trump, I was on the Carson Train, here’s why……..

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  31. taw46 says:

    Some on twitter say he was booed, others say cheers only. I did see a clip outside that showed protestors booing when he arrived. FNC showed only a very, very short clip when he went to center field, it sounded like cheers to me. Who knows.

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  33. SHV says:

    “💥Isn’t it amazing how without credentials, George Stephanopoulos can diagonose Pres. Trump’s alleged mental health issues ..”
    Neither does Dr. Bandy Lee….looked up her status at the Connecticut Medical Board and her license expired in May 2015….current status is “reinstatement is pending”
    Why did she loose her license to practice Medicine???

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      She fits in perfectly with Barry and Mooo who both gave up their law licenses. So bad, even their own peers acknowledged they were so horrid they should not be allowed to practice.

    • lateblum says:

      Licenses are sometimes pending reinstatement when the clinician hasn’t completed the required clinical education hours in order to renew the license. But if this license expired more than 2 years ago, that means something more serious than missing a few hours of clinical education.

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  35. Venus E. Lee says:

    JFC — Google caters to people who ‘identify’ as ‘dragonkin’ but not conservatives.

    These freaks have no business influencing our children

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