Does this Wolff book everyone’s talking about make any difference politically? Or is the whole thing just a Maggie Haberman-Politico-Axios wankfest, full of sound and fury signifying nothing? I lean towards the latter.
“Nearby, in a small conference room watching the movie Fargo, were Dina Powell, Gary Cohn, Stephen Miller, and H. R. McMaster, all of whom would later insist that they were, however physically close to the unfolding crisis, removed from it.”
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