Richard Wolffe is looking to publish a second book on President Obama, a “fly-on-the-wall” glimpse into his presidency tentatively entitled, “30 Days: A Portrait of the White House at Work.”
The book would follow Wolffe’s recent “Renegade: The Making of a President.” According to The New Republic, Wolffe’s ICM agent Kristine Dahl explained that the proposal is one of a few Obama-related ideas being considered by the journalist. (h/t GalleyCat)
Wolffe, a frequent MSNBC contributor, was in the “media news” this week when Salon raised some red flags about his guest-hosting stint on “Countdown with Keith Olbermann.” Olbermann responded that Wolffe would not be appearing on the program until his role at Public Strategies, Inc. was clarified.
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