Steve Bannon is setting up a war room to fight leaks and accusations against the Trump White House due to the Russia investigation.
The controversial advisers have frequently relied on Jewish colleagues to defend themselves from uncomfortable charges.
Jeff Kwatinetz who was Steve Bannon’s partner in the movie and TV business, said the media is biased against Bannon and that he had never said a racist word
President Donald Trump and Steve Bannon stopped the effort to purge Gorka from the White House, but Jared Kushner reportedly called him a “clown.”
The man who calls himself “America’s Rabbi” revealed the agenda of America’s most powerful nationalist in a photo op with Stephen Bannon.
The White House held its first-ever Israeli Independence Day party on Tuesday night, and some of the biggest movers and shakers in the American Jewish world were in attendance. Among them was Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, a former Republican congressional candidate and author of books like “Shalom in the Home” and “Kosher Lust.” Boteach, who frequently contributes to the website Breitbart News, tweeted a selfie that he had taken with White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, Breitbart’s former executive chair.
President Donald Trump says Bannon will be staying in his job as White House chief strategist and that tensions with first son-in-law Jared Kushner have eased.
Like ill-conceived amateur Shakespeare productions everywhere, it’s hard to tell exactly which aspect makes the show completely incomprehensible.
News that controversial White House counterterrorism aide Sebastian Gorka may soon be reassigned outside the executive office of the White House was greeted by an anti-Trump Jewish group with muted optimism.
The apparent fall from grace of Sebastian Gorka, President Trump’s top counterterrorism adviser, raises larger questions about the future of the controversial ideology he was pushing in and outside the White House.