In what was seen as an attempt to show Trump is mentally fit and in command, the president had kept a pool of reporters, including a TV camera, inside of a meeting he had on Tuesday with U.S. lawmakers on immigration.
Bannon and the book itself were attacked with allegations that it is filled with inaccuracies, factual errors such as dates and names, and typos.
However, President Trump appears to have won the war of words, after North and South Korea held rare formal talks Wednesday.
Speaking with RN Breakfast, Wolff bristled at the suggestion Fire and Fury: Inside The Trump White House contained rumour and innuendo. "I think Steve wrestled with that in very, very tough ways". Under the First Amendment people are free to denigrate and offend the President or anyone else, a freedom with which the President should be well-acquainted given his own penchant for insulting political opponents.
Wolff said he had sympathy for Mr Bannon.
Martin Guptill guides Black Caps to victory in second ODI against Pakistan
Martin Guptill and Colin Munro established an 83-run opening partnership for New Zealand before Hasan Ali picked Munro's wicket. Lockie Ferguson finished with 3 wickets for 39 runs from his 10 overs, while Todd Astle and Tim Southee took 2 wickets each.
Alexa Comes to PCs and Accessory Devices
Amazon Alexa is an intelligent personal assistant design by retail giant Amazon , and first used on the Echo speakers. Acer already integrates Alexa into its Acer Air Monitor .
H&M apologizes for 'Coolest Monkey' sweatshirt ad featuring black child
The company replaced the image with one of the sweatshirt alone, and initially kept the product for sale on its website.
Wolff said the President's response should come as little surprise.
"So we're going to take a strong look at that", he said Wednesday.
Amid the accusations, Wolff maintained that his book is absolutely true.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders slammed Wolff's book last week, calling it "tabloid gossip" laced with "false and fraudulent claims".
Bannon issued a statement Sunday expressing regret: "I regret that my delay in responding to the inaccurate reporting regarding Don Jr has diverted attention from the president's historical accomplishments in the first year of his presidency. I mean, that's the thing, everybody goes around saying he doesn't read anything", Wolff said.
Wolff has developed a reputation as someone capable of exaggerating the truth, but he also is a world-class writer who managed to obtain unprecedented access to the Trump White House.
Bassett added that Cook library officials managed to get their hands on eight copies before Trump took to Twitter and denounced the book as a work of fiction. "Now I have to put up with a Fake Book, written by a totally discredited author". Wolff is standing by his controversial book about President Donald Trump, and the inside operations of his White House.