The bombshell Oval Office tell-all from author Michael Wolff
is part of a many-pronged sabotage campaign against President Donald Trump
— orchestrated by Puppet Master-in-Chief Barack Obama
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Multiple sources, including a former Democratic fixer and a high-profile Clinton Foundation investigator, told The National ENQUIRER
Wolff’s instant bestseller, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” was one of numerous contingency plans
launched on Election Night.
“Who’s ultimately behind all this? It’s the people behind Obama and the Clintons,” said Charles Ortel
, a Harvard University graduate, who based his opinion on a years-long review of thousands of FBI and Justice Department
documents and other records.
“It was easy for them to look ahead [and] say, ‘Well, it’s always tough to put a new administration together. Let’s get a book going on how crazy life is under the Trump administration’s transition
.’ “I don’t think you can put a book like this together in five months, but if we retrace the time line, they decided to do the book, and Wolff was a logical person to use.”
The 64-year-old journeyman journalist was the obvious choice as Obama’s literary hatchet man, agreed a former Bill Clinton
aide. “Wolff has been known for a long time for being a part of the Obama hit team,” Larry Nichols
told The ENQUIRER. “If you cause Obama trouble, it’s Wolff’s job to write bizarre articles to discredit you.
“The book is totally in line with what he’s been doing for 15 years,” said Nichols. The ENQUIRER probe also discovered Wolff — who played up his New York roots to gain unfettered access to the White House from Trump himself— is an inactive Democrat, and his editor, John Sterling, is a registered Democrat who last voted on the night of Obama’s first presidential victory, Nov. 4, 2008.
President Trump has disputed a number of claims in Wolff’s book, including that his staff called him an “idiot,” and said his ego was out of control, while his own family mocked him. Others also attacked Wolff’s shoddy journalism.
“Can’t imagine that many of those quotes were meant for publication,” said Bloomberg’s Joe Nocera, while ex-journo Steven Rattner blasted Wolff as “an unprincipled writer of fiction.” What’s more, “Fire and Fury” isn’t the first “fake news” book to come from Wolff’s publisher, Henry Holt and Co.
The firm pulled every copy of author Charles Pellegrino’s “Last Train from Hiroshima” in 2010 after discovering it was riddled with errors.
The ENQUIRER put his on-the-record remarks through a world exclusive, polygraph-like examination. On Jan. 5, the mudslinger was interviewed by “Today” show co-host Savannah Guthrie
. Two days later, Wolff sat down with Chuck Todd
on “Meet the Press.”
The ENQUIRER shipped audio and video of both interviews to Mike Sylvestre, managing partner of Celebration, Fla.– based Truth & Deception Technologies. Over a two-decade career that includes a ten-year stint as a sheriff’s deputy in Florida’s Orange County, Sylvestre has gleaned the truth from alibis and criminals’ accounts.
His method has evolved from time-tested interview techniques to a proprietary computer program that’s correct 98 percent of the time! “It relies on voice analysis and the stress exhibited by an individual while speaking,” Sylvestre — who counts 68 law enforcement agencies as clients — told The ENQUIRER.
“Stress cannot be controlled. It is what it is, and the computer is rarely, if ever, wrong. “My analysis shows Michael Wolff is lying throughout. I am not sure he’s capable of ever telling the truth!”