In an exclusive interview with Four Corners, Mr Bannon identified Australia as the “canary in the mineshaft” — a warning of the consequences of not standing up to China.
“Australia can show you when good and decent people kind of play by the rules and the next thing they look around and many of the economic resources and economic assets of a country are owned by another country,” he said.
- Mr Bannon plans on taking his economic nationalist message to Australia before the next election
- He says Mr Trump confronting China was key to his successful appeal to voters
- He rejects the idea his ideology is racist, saying US workers are ‘finally standing up for themselves’
MSNBC anchor: How can Steve Bannon whine about “the establishment” while he’s funded by billionaires?
So is Bannon miscalculating horribly and simply out of his gourd? No. He’s not thinking in the conventional terms of Republicans versus Democrats; he’s thinking that “any disruption is a good thing, and that the best way to get what he wants — a white-centered, nationalist America — is to blow up the establishment,” the Republican strategist said. Other Republican operatives concurred.
Before he joined Trump, Bannon bragged he made Breitbart the home of the “alt-right.” Now he’s back.
It’s officially on. Breitbart News, with former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon back in charge, is ripping mad at US President Donald Trump after Monday’s Afghanistan speech foreshadowed an increase in ground troops.
Homophobia, misogyny, anti-Muslim fearmongering, fat jokes — no matter who you are, Bannon probably thinks you’re inferior.
Once Steve Bannon graced the cover of Time magazine as “The Great Manipulator” you knew to start the countdown.
Breitbart.com, the pro-Trump propaganda outlet previously run by White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon, is now being deployed against President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and top White House staffer Jared Kushner as part of an internal power struggle.Over the past week — as Kushner and Bannon have reportedly feuded — the website ha
The way al-Qaeda tells it, the West is locked in an existential war with Islam. Top Trump adviser Steve Bannon agrees.
Chief White House strategist pushes economic nationalist agenda at CPAC and continues relentless attacks on media, vowing: ‘Every day is going to be a fight’
Trump’s top adviser thinks we’re in “the great Fourth Turning in American history.”
With the appointment of former Breitbart chief Stephen Bannon as a permanent member of President Donald Trump’s National Security Council, white nationalist forces in America have achieved what Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, and Stonewall Jackson could only dream of: a revanchist, retrograde ethno-nationalist at the highest levels of the Uni
In the years before Bannon grabbed the world’s attention as President Donald Trump’s chief White House strategist, he was developing and articulating a fiery populist vision for remaking the United States and its role in the world.
In a revealing 2013 interview with The Daily Beast, US President Donald Trump’s Chief Strategist and Senior Counselor, Steve Bannon, gives insight into his long-term goals: He never called himself a “populist” or an “American nationalist,” as so many think of him today. “I’m a Leninist,” Bannon proudly proclaimed. Shocked, I asked him what he meant.…
Breitbart.com’s request for permanent Capitol Hill press credentials is sparking concern from former members of the committee that approves those passes, who say Breitbart executive chairman Steve Bannon’s new White House advisory role could pose a “shady” conflict.Politico recently reported that Brei
We need to make sure he doesn’t get confirmed!
Rachel Maddow wonders what kind of vetting process the Trump campaign did before hiring Breitbart CEO Stephen Bannon as the campaign CEO.
CNN’s Chris Cuomo warned the media not to try and normalize Breitbart and Steve Bannon as typical conservatives. They are dark arts guys.
Fox News featured a discussion with Special Report anchor Bret Baier about the “controversy” surrounding President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for chief strategist, Stephen Bannon. Baier and Happening Now host Jon Scott covered Bannon’s “call for Paul Ryan to be removed as speaker,” but not Bannon’s embrace of anti-Semitism and white nationalism.