Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff took to Twitter just minutes after his trainwreck Morning Joe interview to slam host Mika Brzezinski, claiming President Donald Trump "is right about" the MSNBC host, adding that she usually loves gossiping about POTUS's affairs.
Haley countered that she has "literally been on Air Force One once and there were several people in the room when I was there".
A prominent reporter featured in Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" has demanded the author strike his name from future editions of the tawdry book, saying it "must be fun to write" whatever you want with "zero fact-checking". I mean, if I were being accused of something, and I am not accusing her of anything.
Wolff, whose book became a bestseller last month after it offered shocking allegations from inside the White House's inner workings, had said that he believes the President has had an affair with someone in his administration.
"I would say she seems to have embraced it", told theSkimm.
"Mika, again, she has been accused of nothing - she has made a decision to deny something she was not accused of", Wolff replied.
Wolff "says that I've been talking a lot with the president in the Oval about my political future", Haley said.
He even claimed this week that Haley actually "embraced" the rumors, which she called "disgusting".
Haley said that the accusation was indicative of the kind of treatment that women in politics face. I didn't accuse her.
Atlantic editor Jeffrey Goldberg asked whether Wolff had used ambiguous language to hint at the affair, and the author asked them to read what he'd written or said to suggest that.