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'Fire and Fury' author: 25th Amendment is discussed in the White House every day


Author Michael Wolff continues to make headlines after the release of his new book "Fire and Fury," an inside look at President Trump's campaign and his time in office so far.

During an interview with NBC's Chuck Todd, Wolff says that conversations about the 25th amendment happen daily in the White House. The 25th amendment would give the President's cabinet the power to remove him from office if he is no longer able to execute his duties.

"This is I think not an exaggeration and not unreasonable, not unreasonable to say this is 25th amendment kind of stuff," Wolff said. "They would say, 'we're not at a 25th amendment level yet.' This is alarming in every way. This went on, 'okay, this is a little 25th amendment.' So 25th amendment is a concept that is alive everyday in the White House."

Todd also asked Wolff if there was anything positive about the President which he left out of the book.

"If I left out anything it's probably stuff that was even more damning. It's that bad. I mean it's an extraordinary moment in time and the last several days focused on my book I think are proof of this," said Wolff, who told Todd that he has no politics towards the President.

President Trump criticized Wolff and his book on Sunday morning calling him, "a totally discredited author." Trump also compared himself to Ronald Reagan saying, "Ronald Reagan had the same problem and handled it well. So will I!"

Trump also criticized an interview on CNN that featured his adviser Stephen Miller. He said that the host conducting the interview, Jake Tapper, "got destroyed."

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