Nate Madden, CRTV's Congressional Correspondent, discusses Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury," which has raised questions about the president's mental fitness for office.

We dig into the president's tweet over the weekend, in which he defended his own genius and mental stability, seemingly in defense of accounts in the book that claim much of his staff has questioned his fitness for office.

Madden weighs in on the future of the GOP and President Trump now that Bannon is no longer part of the White House. We discuss Trump aide Stephen Miller's contentious interview with CNN's Jake Tapper that ended abruptly after Miller continued to defend President Trump without addressing Tapper's questions.