“Fire & Fury” has already drawn fire It’s no surprise that some of the people at the center of the story would dispute some of Wolff’s claims. tweeted that the president really did know who John Boehner was — despite Wolff’s reporting that he didn’t — and Tony Blair called portions of the book “a complete fabrication.” In addition, Tom Barrack, the billionaire private equity investor and Trump loyalist, told Maggie Haberman of the New York Times that a quote attributed to him is “totally false,” and former deputy chief of staff Katie Walsh disputed passages about her to Jonathan Swan of Axios.
Monica tells her that she is engaged, but Phoebe tells her that she should have a backup in case things don't work out with Chandler (Phoebe's example involves Chandler losing his ability to satisfy sexually and so how he would be happy if another man would satisfy her needs).
The guy approaches them instead, and Monica informs him that she's engaged.
This totally freaks out Ross who tells the student that the two of them cannot be in a relationship together, because he is a professor while he is a student, and also because he (Ross) is straight.
Back at Central Perk, a guy is checking out Monica, and Phoebe tells her to approach him.
After her date, Phoebe meets Monica at the restaurant to tell her about the date.