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Description : ABOUT THE ORIGINAL BOOKDonald Trump won the presidency after the 2016 elections even though nobody, not even the experts, believed that he would achieve it when he made his candidacy public. If you are one of those who wonder how he did it and how an unlikely president came to power, this book will give you some answers and inside information that comes from within the White House.Michael Wolff has done significant research about the administration of Trump, so this book is a perspective that works like a "behind the scenes" that has unleashed a great controversy in the media. The reader can find, regarding this administration, who the main characters are, what their interactions are like and what their true opinion of Trump is .Fire and Fury, the result of hundreds of conversations with high-ranking personalities, had to advance its publication in January 2018 because the president tried to ban it, a counterproductive action because the demand increased. Wolff's prose reflects the profile of ineptitude and inability to govern that Trump demonstrated as soon as the White House arrived and which remained consistent from the first two hundred days of his rule.INTRODUCTIONDuring the election night of 2016 Trump could not hide his expression of fear at the imminence of his victory for the presidency of the United States, since he did not really want to be president. His intention throughout the campaign had been to become the most famous man on the planet, but he did not believe he would make it to the White House.However, everything changed immediately: the fear was transformed into confidence and optimism, despite its lack of knowledge of national and foreign policy, among other shortcomings. He began to believe that, since people had voted for him, he really deserved the position, thanks to which he would return the grandeur to his country. He transferred that same confidence to his assistants and made them believe that he possessed an intuitive intelligence beyond comprehension. After all, they could run the presidency through charisma and a connection with the average citizen.That widespread confidence was soon betrayed by unpatriotic events, such as the meeting between Trump's son and traffickers of Russian and Azeri influences. As usual, Trump disqualified critics by incoherent and offensive responses; for example, he discredited Steve Bannon, who pointed to Trump Jr.'s treacherous act, calling him "the sentimental Steve." We already knew that Trump is careless, impulsive and egocentric, characteristics that have not abandoned him during his administration, so he only surrounds himself with those capable of supporting him.The world did not take long to realize that Trump's ignorance was not the problem, but that the situation worsened with each passing day because the president had a total disinterest in ending such ignorance, not even for his own benefit and improve his policy Therefore, the United States had a disoriented president who did not have the minimum intention of orienting himself and who, instead, preferred to concentrate on his golf games and his media fame.The author spent time with Trump himself, both before and after his electoral triumph, and enjoyed an unofficial permanence in the White House. However, when Wolff announced the publication of this book, Trump argued that he had never been with him. In addition, in the west wing there is an internal struggle between the aforementioned Bannon and the president's daughter, Ivanka, with her husband Jared Kushner, a situation that Wolff has taken advantage of to obtain information.