Steve Bannon warned that former vice president Joe Biden’s new economic plan, which proposes a massive cash injection to “buy American,” is “very smart.”
“Trump, with Bannon’s help, campaigned against political correctness and self-dealing elites. And they won,” Pack wrote.
Judge for yourself whether Errol Morris’ documentary American Dharma affronts the Republic by being too kind to Bannon.
After an unceremonious fall from grace, the former Trump strategist pivots to the silver screen.
Whatever you think of Steve Bannon, he’s right about one thing: President Xi Jinping’s regime is a totalitarian threat to be resisted.
Bannon seems to think he offers some kind of roguish, politically incorrect charm, but he’s the only one who sees it.
The people attempting to hold themselves out as arbiters of what is or is not “legitimate” opinion appear to be only furthering their own agendas.
By disinviting him, Bannon comes out a winner, with more publicity and a hero-martyr narrative.
The idea the Koch brothers get with the protectionist program because Steve Bannon is playing the tough guy with a Politico reporter is amusing beyond words.
'The anti-establishment thing is kind of a luxury we can't afford right now,' Bannon told the New York Times Friday.