In case you just can’t get enough of President Donald Trump and all of the antics that we hear about day in and day out in our political system, we may now get a television adaptation to witness. Yes, we all just heard about the release of the “tell all” expose entitled “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” by Michael Wolff that has taken the nation by storm. We have now heard the news that the rights to this book have been purchased by Endeavor Content with the hopes to produce a television series based on the memoirs. If you have been living under a rock the past couple of weeks and have not heard about the book at hand, we are here to fill you in on some of the details — Let’s get started.
This tell all book reveals a one sided account about the ups and downs in a controversial presidential administration that has many ears buzzing. Although we can’t be sure that whether every detail within the book is truth or fallacy, it does gives us a good inside scoop on what truly goes on behind closed doors in our political system.
“Fire and Fury” has undoubtedly become one of the most popular and enticing books to hit shelves this year, and for obvious reasons. Everyone loves a drama, and this book allows audiences and readers everywhere to be witness to the drama that is our political system and our nation’s leaders. Although a good majority of the book is more than likely fiction, we can only dream about what the television series might be about.
Michael Wolff, who is a journalist at heart, has spared no detail when it comes to the erratic and nonsense behavior that comes from the Trump administration. The book follows memoirs that take place throughout the 2016 Presidential campaign as well as President Trump’s first year in office. The book goes further to recount catty fighting between political parties within the government, and other supposed falsities that plague the nation as part of this presidency. However, after the book was released, President Trump tried to tell media outlets that he never gave Wolff the permission to use his notes to write a tell all book, although Trump has declined any claims that he even let Wolff into the White House in the first place. Regardless, Wolff was able to conduct over 200 interviews with President Trump during the time period he was in the White House, which makes many of the accusations written in the book seem quite accurate.
Although this new television project is hardly in the works, we are anxious to see what could be made of “Fire and Fury”. Furthermore, are audiences really going to want to tune in to watch a television series based on mere accusations and alleged drama, even if it may not be completely accurate? Unfortunately, we are pretty confident that many Americans would indeed tune in to this television series, or whatever other project Endeavor Content may come up with to pitch to networks nation-wide. Only time will tell, and we can’t wait to see what lies in store.
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