Fire and Fury author and 'total loser' Michael Wolff is coming to Royal Oak

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Journalist and New York Times best-selling author Michael Wolff has likely been the bane of Donald Trump's existence since his tell-all tome, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, was published on Jan. 5.

A media storm followed the book's release, which was chock-full of unflattering anecdotes that cast Trump's White House as a den of chaos. He even got former White House chief strategist (and walking human excrement) Steve Bannon to make disparaging remarks about the Trump family.



Of course, Trump fired back with all kinds of delightful sound bites, including calling Wolff a "total loser."

In light of being crowned with that prestigious title, Wolff is embarking on a talking tour that will include a stop in Royal Oak on Friday, April 6.



The "live, shocking, and intimate conversation" will begin at 7 p.m. at the Royal Oak Music Theatre. Tickets go on sale at noon on Friday, Feb. 23. They range from $39 to $125.

Tickets will be available through this link.

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