President Donald Trump boards Air Force One Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, to travel to Nashville, Tenn., to speak at the American Farm Bureau Federation's Annual Convention. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
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The author of an explosive new book that questions President Donald Trump's fitness for office Monday contradicted Steve Bannon's explanation of comments that had angered his former boss. The book publisher said any effort by Trump to suppress the book would be "flagrantly unconstitutional". Michael Wolff, author of "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House," took issue with a Bannon mea culpa issued Sunday, in which Trump's former chief strategist sought to make amends for his comments. Bannon sought to make amends Sunday, saying in a statement his description wasn't aimed at Trump's son but at former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort.
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