Wolff will be the executive producer of the series.
According to Bloomberg, Wolff informed the White House that his working title for what eventually became Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House was, in fact, The Great Transition: The First 100 Days of the Trump Administration.
However, the accuracy of numerous claims has been widely disputed, with Wolff early on that "looseness with the truth" is an "elemental thread of the book". In fact, Wolff even slips into using Bannon's sarcastic slang terms to describe other members of Trump's inner circle (such as Jarvanka to refer to Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump).
Inside the Trump White House, told Sky News that the president's feelings over his reception in the United Kingdom, rather than the reason Trump himself gave, was what switched the planned state visit.
"I think he was probably supported in this decision by the people around him because they know bad things happen when this president does not receive the love he believes he deserves", Wolff told Sky News. "This is clearly a story that is not going to go away and Wolff's book will remain the definitive text on the tumultuous first phase of the Trump presidency for the foreseeable future".
During one discussion with Trump about her on-off boyfriend and fellow Trump worker Corey Lewandowski he is said to have told her 'You're the best piece of tail he'll ever have'.
But the list of top salaries, which dates back to June 2017, also includes names the President would rather forget, including axed chief strategist Steve Bannon and ousted chief of staff Reince Priebus. From that point forward, no one "raised any red flags" about the nature of Wolff's work.