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"Fire and Fury" fallout with WAPO’s Philip Rucker
Days after the release of the bombshell book “Fire and Fury” President Trump defends his mental state, calling himself a “very stable genius.” This comes as Axios reports the president’s schedule is dominated by “executive time which almost always means TV and Twitter.” The Washington Post’s White House Bureau Chief, Philip Rucker, weighs in on all of this plus Steve Bannon’s reaction.
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