Trump lawyer hits Michael Wolff with cease-and-desist letter

He’s furious.

President Trump’s high-profile defamation lawyer served author Michael Wolff and publisher Henry Holt and Co. with a cease-and-desist letter Thursday in a bid to halt the release of “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” according to reports.

“We are investigating numerous false and/or baseless statements that you have made about Mr. Trump,” attorney Charles Harder wrote in the letter, a copy of which was obtained by ABC News.

Wolff’s tome won’t be released until next week, but has already caused a stir after media outlets including the Daily News obtained copies.

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The explosive book details Trump’s first year in office, and implied he never even wanted to win the White House. It also details First Daughter Ivanka Trump dishing on her father’s infamous hairstyle as well as First Lady Melania Trump on the verge of tears when her husband won the presidency.

Trump also denounced ex-top adviser Steve Bannon, who’s quoted in the book calling Donald Trump Jr. “treasonous” for taking a meeting in June 2016 with a Russian lawyer.

Bannon, appearing on “Breitbart News Tonight” late Wednesday, denied there was a rift with Trump — but didn’t dispute his comments in the upcoming book.

Fired White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci, speaking with morning news shows Thursday, questioned the accuracy of some of the book’s details.

“It’s unclear what is true, honestly, and what isn’t true,” the Mooch said on ABC News’ “Good Morning America.”