The craze to purchase Wolff's book was kicked off by a letter sent by one of Trump's lawyers to Henry Holt and Co., which is publishing the book.
Trump and his White House aides are using Bannon as a foil for the controversial book, as numerous stories feature negative information about the president's daughter, Ivanka Trump, and her husband, Jared Kushner.
Amid the angry tweets and legal threats, however, a flurry of excerpts (real and fake) are being shared widely online, adding to the ongoing hype.
"It's a disgrace that he can do something like this", Trump said of the book, which was released on Friday and contained damaging allegations about his presidency. Dismissed by Trump as full of lies, it depicts a chaotic White House, a president who is ill-prepared to win the office in 2016, and Trump aides who scorn his abilities. I never spoke to him for book. "I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius. and a very stable genius at that!" Suddenly everywhere people are going, "Oh my God, it's true, he has no clothes".
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The book quickly sold out in shops in Washington.
In his tweet, Trump also targeted his one-time pal Steve Bannon - he called him "sloppy" - whom he unceremoniously dumped from his position as White House strategist in August, nearly exactly a year after hiring him. Now Sloppy Steve has been dumped like a dog by nearly everyone. He told BBC radio that his conclusion that Trump was not fit to do the job was becoming a widespread view.
He also hit back at claims that the book was untruthful. "This is how you do it." he said.