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Talk-show host Rush Limbaugh (Photo: RushLimbaugh.com)
Michael Wolff’s book, “Fire and Fury” about the new Trump administration, has triggered a literal frenzy in Washington, where leftists and liberals still can’t comprehend how their favorite, Hillary Clinton, managed to lose her second attempt at the Oval Office.
But even the experts and analysts are pointing out numerous mistakes in the book, and now talk-radio host Ruch Limbaugh has expressed that perhaps it should be “Fire and Fury and Fake.”
After all, Limbaugh confirmed, the reference Wolff made about him in the book is “100 percent false.”
“I mean, it is so untrue, it’s not even close. There’s not even a single word in this reference that is anywhere near the truth,” Limbaugh said.
On Monday’s commentary, Limbaugh explained some of the scenarios portrayed in the book just don’t make sense:
“What is one of the big claims in this Wolff book? And that is that Trump never wanted to be president, right? Never expected to win, did not want to win. Melania Trump was in tears on election night after they won. Okay. Fine. Then why was Trump colluding with the Russians to tilt the election against Hillary? If he didn’t want to win, what the hell …read more
Source:: World Net Daily