Why are we giving Wolff’s book the time of day?


The right wants to know why more people on the left aren’t calling Wolff out on his assertions about President Donald Trump. A roundup of editorials Thursday takes a look at the issue.

Opinions from the right:

1. It’s time to stop paying so much attention to Michael Wolff’s sloppy book

From The Washington Post: Wolff’s book is too messy to take seriously.

2. Trump's successful presidency & Wolff's erroneous book

From Newt Gingrich: Is Trump mentally unfit? The left wants you to think so, but their erroneous claims have damaged any chance they have to be taken seriously. 

3.  An artistic class cowed by political correctness

From the New York Observer: Writers such as Wolff should have realized that there are perspectives in the country that differ from their own. 


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