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Jesse Watters dismissed the accuracy of Michael Wolff's new book about the Trump White House.

Watters said Wolff gained access and "punked his people" to get information to write things he hoped would lead to impeachment.

He said the book tries to prove President Donald Trump doesn't want to be president, but ends up clashing with Democratic talking points that Trump colluded with Russia to win in 2016.

"It's just so erroneous," Watters said. "How can you trust anything [Wolff] says?"

Watters said Wolff was essentially trying use "Fire and Fury" as a "hand grenade to throw inside the White House."

"But, the only person killed was [Steve] Bannon," he remarked.

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