Steve Bannon and Sebastian Gorka represent the nationalist camp within the Trump White House.3
— Stephen Bannon, whose advice to President Donald Trump was that “darkness is good,” was thrust out into the light of the sunshiny day…
Bannon is kvelling at Trump’s comments on Charlottesville, telling friends that it was a “defining moment” for the president - in a good way.
Bannon told a reporter that he would stack the State Department with allies and dismissed ethnonationalism as a political idea.
Bannon has unapologetically supported Trump’s instinct to apportion blame to “both sides.”
During all of the Neo-Nazi chaos consuming our country, the question must be asked: where are Jared and Ivanka, the White House’s token Jews?
“Americans deserve to know that white nationalists, white supremacists, and neo-Nazis are not in a position to influence U.S. policy.”
Scaramucci said on Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show” that he would fire Bannon if it were up to him.
McMaster refused to explicitly say that he would cooperate with Steve Bannon on national security issues.
Dov Zakheim, who served in multiple GOP administrations, sees extremist pro-Israel activists in an “unholy alliance” with the American far-right.