Michael Wolff's 'Fire and Fury' Follow-Up Set for June Release
Like the million-selling 'Fire and Fury,' which came out last year, 'Siege' promises a juicy, behind-the-scenes look at the current White House and a president who is "volatile, erratic and exposed."
The author of Fire and Fury has more inside stories on the Trump administration.
Michael Wolff's Siege: Trump Under Fire will come out June 4, Henry Holt and Company announced Wednesday. Like the million-selling Fire and Fury, which came out last year, Siege promises a juicy, behind-the-scenes look at the current White House and a president who is "volatile, erratic, and exposed."
The new book will focus on tensions amid Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged ties between Russian officials and the Trump presidential campaign. According to Holt, Wolff spoke to more than 150 "sources," although the publisher declined to say whether any are currently in the administration.
Fire and Fury was among the first books to extensively document the ongoing conflicts in the Trump White House. (Michael Wolff is a contributing editor at The Hollywood Reporter.)