Meanwhile, I found two other books on Amazon that we'll probably have in the store soon - Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic and It's Even Worse than you Think: What the Trump Administration is Doing to America.
"The law treats sources like Mr. Bannon as adults, and it is Mr. Bannon's responsibility - not Henry Holt's or Mr. Wolff's - to honor any contractual obligations", McNamara said.
Bannon and the book itself were attacked with allegations that it is filled with inaccuracies, factual errors such as dates and names, and typos.
Stephen Colbert made a similar argument over on "The Late Show" and alleged that Trump was working to "destroy the First Amendment".
In an interview with CBC News, he called Bannon a grand strategist "so he may very well have a plan".
On Tuesday, Bannon was forced to step down as chairman of Breitbart News Network, less than a week after Bannon's explosive criticisms of Trump and his family were published in Wolff's book. NBC devoted 44 minutes and 3 seconds to the Wolff and Bannon topics.
Wolff said the President's response should come as little surprise.
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The president had previously also courted controversy over his singing of the national anthem in May past year . And another added: "The man clearly does not know the words to the National Anthem".
Mr Trump himself welcomed the dialogue - and said talks between North Korea and the USA were a possibility, saying 'We'll see what happens'.
Asked for examples of letters received from news anchors, the White House said it had received "private communications". For now, I'll go with the final paragraph of the Politifact.com article.
"This book is filled with false and misleading accounts from individuals who have no access or influence with the White House", press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders wrote in a statement.
The boom in sales of Wolff's book has inadvertently helped a completely different title.
Euan Tait, events manager for Waterstones Edinburgh West End, told the Scotsman: "Since the announcement that the book's publication would be brought forward, people have been asking non-stop about when it would be arriving".
"So then you had to go and speak to another person and that became a kind of thing, give me your version of this story", Wolff said. "Now I have to put up with a Fake Book, written by a totally discredited author".
Bannon is quoted as saying the meeting was "treasonous" and "unpatriotic".