Book Claims Bannon Called Trump “Treasonous” & a “Money Launderer” — But Then The Real Truth Was Revealed!

The media has been all over the story of Steve Bannon’s betrayal of the Trump family, but according to many in the know this is nothing but rumor springing from a book that is essentially a work of fiction. In fact, some DC insiders are now saying that the source of this story, Michael Wolffe, is a notorious con-man who has made a living peddling lies over the years, and the latest book containing the slanderous allegations is just another in a long tradition of myth-making and attempts to stir the pot.


White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was among the first to lambast Wolffe’s supposed tell-all book, slamming it as nothing but “trashy tabloid fiction” and realeasing a statement saying “this book is filled with false and misleading accounts from individuals who have no access or influence with the White House.”

Filmmaker and journalist Jack Posobiec supported Sanders in the allegations that the Bannon statements were nothing but lies by posting a number of past reviews of prior works also written by Michael Wolffe. Posobiec  revealed that New York Magazine once called Wolffe an “angry man for pay” and a “media provocateur.” He also pointed out several previous reviews which stated Wolffe’s other books “contained factual errors” and that more than a dozen people had complained Wolffe “invented or changed quotes” attributed to them in the past.


And it isn’t just those in administration or supporters of the President who are coming forward with evidence that Michael Wolffe is a fraud artist either. Gene Park, the social media manager for the left-leaning Washington Post has also stated that “Michael Wolff reports in his book that Trump didn’t know who Boehner is”, but points out that “Trump has tweeted about Boehner multiple times throughout the years.” Park then went on to share a slew of Trump tweets that specifically mention John Boehner, showing that Wolffe was caught red-handed in his lie.

Even correspondents for the notoriously liberal New York Times have come to Bannon’s defense, further destroying the credibility of Michael Wolffe. At one point in his book, we are told that Wolffe quotes Trump ally and billionaire Tom Barrack, however, as NYT reporter Maggie Haberman found out, “Barrack said he spoke to Wolffe once, and says he never said the quote attributed to him to Wolffe or anyone.” Barrack also reportedly told Haberman “It’s clear to anyone who knows me that those aren’t my words and inconsistent with anything I’ve ever said.”

It seems like if there is anything that is going to bring the left and right together, it is the decision that Michael Wolffe is nothing but a liar and his words are not to be trusted. Be it the White House Press Secretary or a reporter for the New York Times, the conclusion seems unanimous: Steve Bannon is being framed, and Michael Wolffe is a fraud intent on construing the truth for his own personal gain.

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