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Fire and Fury’s Michael Wolff spilling details in new White House book — and Trump sources were eager to tell all

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Michael Wolff will release a sequel next month to his blockbuster White House tell-all, “Fire and Fury.”

The author provided a fly-on-the-wall account of first-year pandemonium inside President Donald Trump’s White House, and he will cover the following year in “Siege: Trump Under Fire,” which is due out June 4, reported Axios.

“‘Siege’ reveals an administration that is perpetually beleaguered by investigations and a president who is increasingly volatile, erratic, and exposed,” the publisher says.

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“Fire and Fury” sold more than 4 million copies, according to publisher Henry Holt.

Wolff interviewed 150 sources for the new book, and Axios reported those sources are primarily former senior officials and acquaintances outside the White House who speak nightly with the president.

More than two-thirds of Wolff’s sources in “Fire and Fury” spoke to him again for the new book — and some of them sought him out.

Wolff didn’t try to interview the president himself, because he wanted to avoid a legal fight that might have delayed publication.


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Groups plan vigil outside Supreme Court and national solidarity events to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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National advocacy groups joined together Saturday to organize a candlelight vigil outside the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C.—and encourage solidarity events across the country—to honor the legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday after a long battle with cancer at the age of 87.

"She gave all she could, with literally all she had. Now it's our turn," says a Facebook event for the D.C. gathering, hosted by Women's March, Planned Parenthood Action, Demand Justice, and UltraViolet. "Tonight, join us in front of the U.S. Supreme Court at 8 pm ET" or "in solidarity at your local courthouse."

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Belarus opposition to march after police crackdown

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Belarusian authorities on Sunday brought military trucks and barbed wire into central Minsk ahead of a planned opposition march, a day after police detained hundreds of women demonstrators.

The opposition movement calling for an end to the regime of authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko has kept up a wave of large-scale demonstrations every Sunday since his disputed win in August 9 polls.

The latest opposition protests were set to begin at 2 pm local time (1100 GMT), with opposition social media calling for demonstrators to gather in central Minsk as well as in other cities.

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Activists accuse Italy of halting ship rescue mission

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Rights activists on Sunday accused Italian authorities of blocking migrant rescue ship Sea-Watch 4 from leaving port and resuming its emergency mission in the Mediterranean.

After an inspection on the safety of the vessel to operate in high seas, Italian authorities placed the ship under an administrative blockade, said the German activist groups Sea-Watch and United4Rescue, as well as Doctors without Borders.

It is currently docked in Palermo in southern Italy.

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