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I found I wasn't all that interested in it when the news broke, had an 'Enquirer' feel to it, and I felt even more so when I saw Wolff's interviews. Besides, I've heard enough already, the stuff was not surprising. Might read it sometime in the future but as entertainment value only, since I get the sense that, while I don't necessarily think the book is untrue, I think he took liberties with some of what he saw, and I think I read that he has somewhat of a disclaimer in his book along these lines. Therefore, not factual enough for me, although I'm sure the stories for the most part are likely true in a general sense.
I also don't get the impression that Wolff was impartial to start with, and did and said whatever he had to to get in there; he pretty much said as much in the interview I saw, or at least didn't deny it. What struck me most about the whole situation is how he unsafe and unguarded the WH is, that anyone with a good line of bull and a smile can find there way in with no problem.