The columnist of El Nuevo Herald, Alejandro Armengol, wrote on Saturday that the US government is a sort of episode where stars are constantly exchanging blows.
He wrote so after reading Michael Wolff’s most recent book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.”
Armengol also refers in his article that “this is the portrait of the chief of liars inside the White House in his uneducated, grotesque buffoon’s role. It is the book he deserves.”
The journalist also states that the book could trigger record sales, multiple rushed translations and the controversy of the hour.
And he also added that any attempt made by Trump’s lawyer requesting the author and the publishing house “to stop the revelation or dissemination” of the book has done nothing but speeding up the launching date.
According to the article, the book reveals 200 testimonies of high-ranked officials within the White House and an interview to the President.
Armengol points out passages of the book have been leaked to the press, and highlights Washington is the center of madness.
Trump, favored by Republicans, must start his second year in office, which promises to be tougher than the first one.
Thus, while some came up with this book to break the current Republican administration, it could certainly weaken even more the already depressed image of multimillionaire President of the United States.
Translated by Sergio A. Paneque Diaz // CubaSi Translation Staff