It would be inaccurate to say Wolff's exposé of a shambolic White House sparked a feud between the hypersensitive president and his former chief strategist, who is also one of the book's main sources.
"I'm proud of what the Breitbart team has accomplished in so short a period of time in building out a world-class news platform", Bannon was quoted as saying on the website.
The author of a tell-all book on the Trump administration on Tuesday said the USA president knows which people around him are Jewish in a "creepy" way. Trump has called the book "untruthful" and Wolff a "total loser", while some reporters have called out apparent factual inaccuracies.
"And you have not heard the last from me", he said.
With a tell-all book raising concerns about US President Trump's mental stability, there is a renewed question asking why the most powerful man in the world is not required to pass a thorough mental health exam.
In another quote from the book attributed to Bannon, he predicted authorities would get Don Jr.
Pierce County deputy fatally shot after responding to home invasion; manhunt underway
Daniel McCartney, 34, was chasing the suspect when shots were exchanged, fatally wounding the officer, authorities said. A police officer has died after being shot during a response to a burglary in Frederickson, Wash late last night.
In addition, as if to rub salt in Trump's wounds, Bannon makes caustic remarks in the book about the president's ability to follow complex subjects.
Conservative media outlet Breitbart News on Tuesday announced that Steve Bannon is stepping down as Breitbart's executive chairman.
According to The Guardian, Mr Bannon said in a statement: "My comments were aimed at Paul Manafort, a seasoned campaign professional with experience and knowledge of how the Russians operate".
"I've had this specific discussion with Steve Bannon, who thought not", said Wolff.