(JTA) — The New Yorker’s Connie Bruck has written perhaps the deepest dive into what forces shaped Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump’s top strategic adviser.
Bannon’s star within the Trump White House could be rising again as the president embraces hardline policies on trade.
President Donald Trump has refused to publicly back Steve Bannon when asked. One possible reason: private conversations with Ivanka.
Gary Cohn is battling another self-made Goldman Sachs alum for primacy among Trump’s inner circle advisors.
President Donald Trump was reluctant to voice public support for Steve Bannon, one his top aides, amid reports of a massive rift between him and fellow adviser Jared Kushner that also saw Bannon lose his position on the national security council.
Unless President Trump acknowledges the epidemic of anti-Semitism and creates a new plan to stop it, he will have withdrawn the moral metronome against prejudice set by most presidents since Abraham Lincoln.
— What, exactly, makes Jared Kushner a “globalist?” Stephen Bannon, the chief strategist for President Donald Trump, reportedly applied the epithet to Kushner, the president’s increasingly busy senior adviser, who is Jewish. The Daily Beast reported on the name-calling in an article on the latest White House palace intrigue, which has seen Bannon’s stock…
Steve Bannon is calling Jared Kushner a “cuck” and a “globalist” behind his back.
Jared Kushner appears to be gaining – and Steve Bannon appears to be losing – duties and influence within the Trump White House.
Bannon is said to have thought about leaving the Trump White House due to obstruction of his populist agenda by “West Wing Democrats” like Kushner.