Will Michael Wolff ever have to write a fourth Trump book?

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Freddy’s guest on this week’s episode is the famed journalist Michael Wolff, author of three books on Donald Trump — the bestseller Fire and Fury, its very popular follow-up Siege and the latest, Landslide. The final in the trilogy tells the story of the last days of the Trump presidency, including the 2020 election — one that the former president still claims he won.

On the episode, Michael recounts election night and the moment Fox called Arizona, why he has little sympathy for the voters who still believe the election was ‘stolen’ and what it was like to catch up with Trump at Mar-a-Lago.

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