Bannon's ouster follows the publication of an inflammatory new book on the Trump White House with scathing comments attributed to Bannon. Yet at home, outrage is offset by that Asimov doctrine. In a statement to the Associated Press, Tarkanian called himself a "conservative Republican who supports the policies of President Trump to repeal Obamacare and end illegal immigration".
The political relevance of this conversation, aside from the benefits of mental competence from a U.S. president, was revealed in another interview with the book's author.
Larry Hackett is the former editor in chief of People magazine in the US and a current contributor to the morning television news program Good Morning America. On Wednesday, Jan. 3, several quotes from Bannon critical of the Trump administration in Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" were released. The most damaging blow in the book is by Bannon, who called Trump Jr.'s 2016 meeting with a Russian lawyer "treasonous" and "unpatriotic".
Trump replied to Bannon's comments with a statement savaging his former confidant. What does Steve Bannon do now? The outlet reaches millions of voters on the right who reject what they say are the biases of the mainstream media and are seen as responsible for the defeat of establishment Republicans in some primaries.
Steve Bannon is leaving his post at Breitbart News under pressure after making derogatory comments about the president and his family in a new book.
In Wolff's book, Bannon said, "They're [the special counsel] going to crack Don Junior like an egg on national TV".
Steve Bannon was a "bad hire", fellow former White House staffer Anthony Scaramucci said Tuesday. "He has been relentless in his advocacy for his father and the agenda that has helped turn our country around". Wolff's regular presence in the White House has been well established by people who saw him, and there is no evidence that he made up 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 said in a statement carried on Breitbart's website.
Bannon had served as Breitbart's executive chairman since 2012.
Trump must denounce the alt-right for one simple reason: because it has embraced him.
Prior to Fire and Fury, his most prominent journalistic coup was managing to persuade Rupert Murdoch to participate in Mr Wolff's 2008 biography, The Man Who Owns the News.
"Recent days have shown me that the times when we could rely completely on others are over to a certain extent", Merkel, an Atlanticist, said.
Bannon stumped for unsuccessful Senate candidate Roy Moore in Alabama despite the sexual misconduct allegations against Moore. Among the writers he championed was Milo Yiannopoulos, who elicited both a rapturous response from Breitbart's readers but heavy criticism elsewhere for columns about lesbians, blacks, and Muslims.
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