Michael Wolff’s Book is Not Reportage It’s Hearsay for Readers to Decide What Could Be True & What Could Not

In the prologue to his book trashing Trump and his family, author Michael Wolff tells the reader that some (or much) of what’s written in the book may not be true, so to write the book he took the most salacious statements supposedly from people in the White House about Trump and put them in the book, for the reader to figure out which quotes are (could be) accurate and which are not, hardly what you’d expect from an investigative reporter.