Michael Wolff’s Trump Book ‘Fire & Fury’ Includes These Seriously Silly Rumors


In what is likely the most relatable thing that's ever been said about the current president, Donald Trump apparently eats cheeseburgers in bed while calling his friends to complain about his day. A new book about Trump from Michael Wolff details several fun facts about the president, and while bedroom burgers might be the most fun of them, it's certainly not the only interesting thing gained from the tell-all.

In his new book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, Wolff details everything he learned about the president and his administration during the course of more than 200 interviews. And according to adapted excerpts published in New York magazine, what he found out about Trump went well beyond the ins and outs of his political decision-making. He gained insight into the president's personal habits as well. Wrote Wolff:

A cheeseburger in bed at 6:30 p.m. while chatting your besties might kind of sound like #lifegoals, but maybe not for the leader of the free world? Here's some other details discovered.

Not A Robe Kinda Guy

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The only thing that might make eating a cheeseburger in bed better is doing it while you're wearing your bathrobe, but apparently, Trump wanted to make clear that's just not his thing.

I'm not going to think about what he is wearing then ... are you?

The Reason He Loves McDonald's

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Well, we've discovered where that cheeseburger came from, but the reason he loves McDonald's so much seems a bit paranoid. In moving into the White House, Trump quickly laid some ground rules when it comes to his stuff. He told housekeeping not to pick up his clothes — "If my shirt is on the floor, it’s because I want it on the floor." Then, Wolff, says:

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Trump apparently wasn't down for his history lesson, either. When a Republican policy analyst was sent to help Trump bone up on some American knowledge, he was less than intrigued.

Beyond these little tidbits, Wolff's tell-all had a lot of juicy details in it, including claims that Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have a secret deal for her to run for president; Melania Trump cried when she found out her husband had won; and Bannon asserts that Donald Trump Jr. and other Trump associates were "treasonous." Trump's team has spoken out against the book, saying it is full of "false and misleading accounts."

And there will be more details to come. Despite not even being released yet, Fire and Fury is already the No. 1 best seller on Amazon.