'Serial Inaccuracies': New Book Disputes 'Fire and Fury' Claims by Michael Wolff
The author of a new book that pushes back against Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" says he wrote it to "have the record set straight" on Wolff's "serial inaccuracies" about the 2016 Trump campaign.
Eddie Scarry said Tuesday that his book, titled "Fraud and Fiction," reveals what isn't true in Wolff's work.
"Michael Wolff's book should have never happened. The credibility has collapsed since it came out, we all know that," Scarry said. "They cancelled his speaking tour because he can't sell tickets."
Scarry, who is also a media reporter for the Washington Examiner, said the things Wolff discussed in his book that made national headlines are all wrong.
He told Bill Hemmer that Wolff was especially incorrect about noting that Trump ran for the presidency in order to grow his brand.
"[Trump's] campaign appealed to working-class people," Scarry said. "These people were not going to run to the Trump golf courses after he lost the campaign. They can't afford it."
According to Scarry's website, "Fraud and Fiction" will be released April 6.
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