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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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Trump-loving pastor runs shady outreach program that literally gives black voters envelopes stuffed with cash

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Darrell Scott, a pastor from Cleveland who is a staunch ally of President Donald Trump, has been running a shady program to help win over black voters for the president that literally involves handing them envelopes stuffed with cash.

Politico reports that a Scott-run nonprofit organization called the Urban Revitalization Coalition has been holding events in black communities in which voters hear effusive praise about the president and then are given the opportunity to win cash prizes.

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Trump fan who claimed Yovanovitch surveillance introduced himself as DEA agent: report

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A Dutch superfan of President Donald Trump has been pretending to be a U.S. federal law enforcement officer and claimed to be starting up a tech surveillance company, according to newly revealed documents and interviews with associates.

Anthony de Caluwe first surfaced in the Ukraine saga after text messages released by House investigators showed him sending encrypted messages about former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch's movements in Kyiv, and NBC News has turned up new details about his shady past.

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Rick Wilson: Bolton’s bombshell has GOP terrified of a long trial that will ‘grind them into dust’

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Conservative political strategist Rick Wilson has published a new column in The Daily Beast that argues President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) are "sh*tting bricks" at the prospect of former national security adviser John Bolton testifying.

Specifically, Wilson says that the leaked excerpts from Bolton's upcoming book have put a major political price on Republican senators who vote to acquit the president without even hearing a single witness.

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