Michael Wolff’s ‘bombshell’ exposé “Fire and Fury” continued to crash and burn this week, with multiple reports of canceled events throughout the country due to lackluster ticket sales and negative coverage.
The explosive author announced his 18-stop book tour earlier this year; outlining the speaking engagements that were to extend into late-spring. This week, the promotional company canceled events in Portland, Los Angeles, San Jose, and possibly Toronto and Denver.
Despite the media’s initial obsession over the largely-debunked work highlighting the inner-workings of President Trump’s White House, excitement over the book waned in recent weeks after a series of disastrous television appearances.
Weeks ago, Wolff shamelessly “faked” audio difficulties during an interview with Australian television after the host asked him if he owed the President an apology over his baseless claims he was having an affair while residing in the White House.
“I can’t hear you. I’m not getting anything. I’m not getting anything,” said Wolff.
“We were hearing each other well just before,” fired-back the anchor. “I guess the interview is over.”
Watch Wolff’s disastrous interview above.