A new book about the performance of US President Donald Trump assures that the advisors qualify for private his actions of challenge disorder, local media reported.
Media Madness: Donald Trump, The Press and the War over the Truth, by journalist Howard Kurtz, refers to Trump's habit of doing the opposite of what his team advised and then leaving them to fix the damage caused, the site The Hill reflected.
Also, it narrates the decision of the agent chief executive to announce on Twitter the prohibition to the transgender people to serve in the army.
When the then chief of staff, Reince Priebus, heard the news before attending a meeting in which that issue would be discussed, he said: 'My God, he just tweeted this,' says Kurtz in his book to be presented on January 29. The journalist's work also includes details about the surprise of the advisers for another Trump tweet last year, in which he accused the government of former President Barack Obama of allegedly intercepting the Trump Tower during the 2016 elections.
Kurtz explains in his book that Priebus knew that the staff would have to stand in line to prove that the US president's publication was correct, as opposed to the usual process of investigating the proposed pronouncements
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