“[Siege is] a mordant, readable tell-all designed to show how Trump, simply by being Trump, has made himself the perfect wrecking ball, blasting holes through an array of institutions.” —The New York Times
“Bannon’s frequently shrewd observations make it clear why Wolff finds him irresistible. The author is mostly interested in Trump’s psychology. He is adept at documenting the president’s lunacy, and Bannon is frequently an able fellow shrink.” —The Washington Post
“Michael Wolff is back and not with a whimper. The latest installment of his Trump chronicles picks up where Fire and Fury ended. Once again, it leaves the president bruised and readers shaking their heads.... Wolff’s tale is credible enough to be taken seriously and salacious enough to entertain…. As Michael Wolff returns to torment Donald Trump, the sword of impeachment dangles more ominously than ever.” —The Guardian
“Michael Wolff has become the pre-eminent chronicler of the Trump era. Cunning, eloquent and ruthless in his reporting, Wolff has captured the drama and chicanery of the Trump years better than any of his peers…. Siege, released this week, is brimming with more scabrous revelations and shocking asides on the presidency.” —The Sunday Times (London)
“Once again, the dirt is abundant. Donald Trump insults everyone in his orbit, repeatedly, viciously, and—always privately—they return the favor…. Siege is overflowing with such titillating material, which is sure to make it another tour de force for the Trump resistance.” —Vanity Fair
“Utterly gripping…. Nobody comes out of this book well, of course, and Trump’s comedy cast of misfits, crooks and deluded grifters all struggle to cope with their boss.” —British GQ
Michael Wolff is the author of Fire and Fury, the number-one bestseller that for the first time told the inside story of the Trump White House. He has received numerous awards for his work, including two National Magazine Awards. The author of seven previous books, he has been a regular columnist for Vanity Fair, New York, The Hollywood Reporter, British GQ, and other magazines and newspapers. He lives in Manhattan and has four children.