's book, Fire And Fury: Inside The Trump White House
, has a note in the prologue that an attorney says could open him up to a deluge of lawsuits. The book has already come under siege by the Trump White House
for being wildly inaccurate. No shocker on that response, but multiple media figures have voiced their concern over the accuracy of the book as well, with New York Times reporters and CNN hosts saying that Wolff gets basic facts wrong in his book, and that this work really isn't journalism. Former Obama adviser Steve Rattner called Wolff a "total sleaze bag" and an "unprincipled writer of fiction." Regardless, Wolff stands by his book, despite all the errors that have been pointed out, like reporters who have admitted to never being at certain meetings to getting the jobs of some of members of the president's cabinet dead wrong. Case in point, Wolff has Wilbur Ross as the labor secretary, he's actually the commerce secretary.