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7 claims that have been disputed in Michael Wolff's bombshell book on Trump so far

Business Insider Logo By Michal Kranz of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 8:  Journalist and author Michael Wolff's bombshell book,  "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House," came out on Friday after its publisher moved up the release date in light of the massive attention and controversy that have surrounded its claims about President Donald Trump. Demand for the book was so high in fact that one popular Washington, DC bookstore sold out all of its copies just  20 minutes after it was released at midnight. But Wolff's explosive claims, including that everyone in the White House has  questioned Trump's fitness for office and that First Lady Melania Trump  cried when it became clear Trump would win the presidency on election night, have come under scrutiny for their accuracy. Both  Trump and White House press secretary  Sarah Huckabee Sanders have characterized the book as untrue, and Trump himself tweeted that it is "full of lies, misrepresentations, and sources that don't exist."  Journalists have also called Wolff's claims into question. Here are seven of the most disputed claims in Wolff's new book:

Journalist and author Michael Wolff's bombshell book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House," came out on Friday after its publisher moved up the release date in light of the massive attention and controversy that have surrounded its claims about President Donald Trump.

Demand for the book was so high in fact that one popular Washington, DC bookstore sold out all of its copies just 20 minutes after it was released at midnight.

But Wolff's explosive claims, including that everyone in the White House has questioned Trump's fitness for office and that First Lady Melania Trump cried when it became clear Trump would win the presidency on election night, have come under scrutiny for their accuracy. Both Trump and White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders have characterized the book as untrue, and Trump himself tweeted that it is "full of lies, misrepresentations, and sources that don't exist." Journalists have also called Wolff's claims into question.

Here are seven of the most disputed claims in Wolff's new book:

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