Author Michael Wolff is ready to drop a sequel to his book “Fire and Fury,” which gained worldwide attention with its description of a White House in chaos under President Donald Trump.
No, the second installment won’t be called “Too Fiery, Too Furious” or “Fire and Fury: Tokyo Drift,” but rather “Siege: Trump Under Fire.” And, according to publisher Henry Holt, it chronicles a “presidency that is under fire from almost every side.”
The book – set to hit bookshelves on June 4 – “begins just as Trump’s second year as president is getting underway and ends with the delivery of the Mueller report,” revealing “an administration that is perpetually beleaguered by investigations,” the promotional blurb says.
And Wolff depicts Trump as “a president who is increasingly volatile, erratic, and exposed.”
Axios, which first reported on the coming book, said that, according to Henry Holt, Wolff “interviewed 150 sources” for the book from “two key groups”: former senior administration officials and “acquaintances outside the White House who talk to Trump at night.”
“Fire and Fury” was one of the first books to give a behind-the-scenes look into the inner working of the Trump White House and its depiction was not flattering.