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North Korean officials are reportedly reading Michael Wolff's explosive 'Fire and Fury' book to try to figure Trump out

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North Korean officials are reportedly reading Michael Wolff's explosive 'Fire and Fury' book to try to figure Trump out

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North Korean officials are reportedly reading columnist Michael Wolff's blockbuster book, "Fire and Fury," the tell-all that paints a mostly unflattering picture of a tumultuous Trump-led White House. A source told CNN that members of North Korea's government were also reading Trump's co-authored business strategy book, "Art of the Deal." The effort looks to be an attempt to understand how Trump operates and how his close associates govern themselves around him.


North Korean officials are reportedly perusing columnist Michael Wolff's blockbuster book, "Fire and Fury," the tell-all that paints a mostly unflattering picture of a tumultuous Trump-led White House, a former diplomat said.

"They were very keen to study Donald Trump when I was there in December," Jonathan Powell, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair's chief of staff, told CNN. "They were reading 'Art of the Deal,' and wanted to discuss the book and what it showed about the president."

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