Doesn’t it behoove a quality author to actually speak with people who might know best about the topic of their book?

Not so, apparently, in the literary world of Michael Wolff, author of the presidential tell-all, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.”

During an interview with co-host Norah O’Donnell on CBS This Morning, discussion regarding allegations that President Trump would be removed from office by threat of the 25th Amendment arose.

“There are many moments in which the 25th Amendment has come up,” Wolff claims. “They don’t say, ‘The Cabinet is going to remove the president,’ but they do say things like, ‘This is a little 25th Amendment-y here.'”

Really, Mr. Wolff?

The 25th Amendment is a constitutional provision allowing for the removal of the President should he be deemed medically unfit. Democrats are trying to translate that into an effort to remove Trump based on supposedly being mentally unfit.

The Amendment would need to be invoked by the Vice President and a majority of the President’s Cabinet.

Guess whom Wolff failed to interview regarding this matter? The Vice President and EVERYONE on Trump’s Cabinet!

Essentially, Wolff talked to a bunch of low-level White House aides (and Sloppy Steve) about something only top-level Cabinet members could possibly have any knowledge about.

This is the equivalent of doing a hard-hitting biography on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell by only doing interviews with random disgruntled fans.

Earlier this past week, President Trump said he authorized “zero access” to the White House for the discredited author.

This appears to be true since Wolff admits he didn’t speak to Pence or the Cabinet.

“I came into this with no agenda,” Wolff said.

He also came into it with no facts.

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