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Bannon predicts ‘stunning victory’ for European populists

ROME (AP) — Former White House strategist Steve Bannon is predicting a “stunning victory” for populists and nationalists in the European Parliament elections in two months but says they can do it without his help. Bannon has been trying to form a movement uniting populist and nationalist voters across Europe ahead of the May 23-26 […]
Tags: Europe, News, White House, Ap, Rome, Nation, European Parliament, Bannon, Steve Bannon


Tulsi Gabbard: the progressive 2020 hopeful praised by Bannon and the right

Gabbard’s unorthodox positions and conflicts with fellow Democrats could emerge as stumbling blocks in her campaignCongresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is not afraid to take a stand.For a promising young Democrat in 2015, one of the seemingly worst places to be was on the wrong side of Hillary Clinton, who – barring some bizarre twist – was on her way to becoming America’s next president. Continue reading...
Tags: America, US news, Democrats, Hillary Clinton, US politics, Hawaii, Tulsi Gabbard, Gabbard, Bannon, US elections 2020


Brazil President’s U.S. Visit Kicks Off With Bannon-Sponsored Paranoia Fest

At the Trump hotel event, anti-globalist advocates pushed for even greater influence over Jair Bolsonaro's government.
Tags: News, Brazil, Trump, Bannon, Jair Bolsonaro


This Week In Trailers: The Brink, Long Day’s Journey Into Night, One Nation Under Stress, Watergate

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we revisit the 2018 midterms, understand why we’re dying younger, give in to an incredible vision, and dissect a crime that took dow...
Tags: Movies, White House, China, America, United States, This Week In Trailers, Madeleine McCann, Ferguson, Goldman Sachs, Movie Trailers, Trump, Nixon, Sylvia Chang, Watergate, Sanjay Gupta, Richard Nixon


Bannon Gives ‘War Horse’ Pelosi A 10/10 Job Performance Rating

Nancy Pelosi has an unexpected fan. Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist, graded the House speaker a 10 out of 10 on her job performance so far in a clip of the show “The Circus.” “She’s a war horse,” he said. “For what she’s trying to accomplish, I think Pelosi’s done a good job.” He applauded her recent impeachment comments as the perfect way to step back unless the political winds shift and the American public gets on board with ousting President Donald Trump from office. Watc...
Tags: News, White House, House, Nancy Pelosi, Donald Trump, Pelosi, Bannon, Steve Bannon, House Speaker, Kate Riga


Ross Won’t Disclose What White House Convos He Had About Census Citizenship

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Thursday declined to elaborate on what conversations he may have had with the White House about adding a Census citizenship question —  beyond detailing his previously-known spring 2017 phone call with then-Trump advisor Steve Bannon. House Oversight Democrats sought to grill Ross on any White House conversations, given that his testimony in front of Congress last year suggested he had none. At Thursday’s hearing, Ross said that any hypothetical White House d...
Tags: News, Congress, White House, Commerce, Kansas, Department Of Homeland Security, Justice Department, Ross, Trump, Tierney Sneed, Jeff Sessions, Commerce Department, Kris Kobach, Kobach, Bannon, House Oversight Committee


Think Like a Libel Lawyer

It's the best way to keep an open mind in our “pick your side and stay on it” era.
Tags: News, New York Times, Freedom Of The Press, Scott, Dana, Shane, Loesch, McCraw, Bannon, Presidential Election of 2016, Libel and Slander, News and News Media, Stephen K, David E, National Rifle Assn


Sundance Film Review: Stephen K. Bannon in ‘The Brink’

Stephen K. Bannon drinks Kombucha (who knew?), the fermented tea beverage for health fanatics that tastes like…well, if they ever invented a soft drink called Germs, that’s what Kombucha tastes like. In “The Brink,” Alison Klayman’s fly-on-the-wall, rise-and-fall-and-rise-of-a-white-nationalist documentary, Bannon explains that he likes Kombucha because it gives him a lift; he drinks it for […]
Tags: Reviews, News, Stephen K. Bannon, Sundance Film Review, Bannon, The Brink, Alison Klayman


Matt Taibbi on Chris Christie's "agonizing" memoir: "an epic literary self-own"

Chris Christie's got a new memoir, "Let Me Finish," and Matt Taibbi (previously), Rolling Stone's most incandescent and relentless writer, has done us all the mercy of reading Christie so we don't have to. As Taibbi describes it, Christie's lack of self-awareness has led him to publish a book where he tries to come off as a tough guy, but ends up revealed as a spineless chump whose greed and cupidity made him the perfect patsy for a series of sadistic head-games played by Trump that are so ...
Tags: Post, Books, Chris Christie, News, Labor, Gop, Italy, Mitt Romney, Matt Taibbi, Homeland Security, Vatican City, Republican Party, Rolling Stone, Trumpism, Trump, Rnc


State of the Union 2019: Ruth Bader Ginsburg will not attend Trump's address – live

Only four of nine Supreme Court justices to goTrump to give speech to hostile audience in House but hopes for rebootSign up for the US briefing and get a new perspective 9.58pm GMT Only four of the nine Justices on the United States Supreme Court are expected to attend tonight’s State of the Union. Attendance by the Court has become increasingly spotty since Obama directly criticized the Court’s ruling in Citizens United during his 2010 speech. Justice Samuel Alito responded by mouthing “not...
Tags: Florida, Supreme Court, Obama, Republicans, Colorado, White House, Court, US, World news, US news, United States, US politics, House, Citizens United, House Of Representatives, Gaza


White House Memo: What Do You Learn About Trump in an 85-Minute Interview?

Among other things: Who is up and who is down, what he cares about and what he does not, what he knows and what he does not.
Tags: News, White House, Anthony, Jared, Coats, Trump, Christie, Dan, Barr, Bannon, Mattis, Kushner, Books and Literature, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, Scaramucci


How Did Roger Stone Know About The Access Hollywood Tape?

Roger Stone’s indictment last week laid out juicy, inside details about his alleged attempts to contact Wikileaks, including the tantalizing allegation that the Trump campaign directed him to do so. Facing criminal charges hasn’t stopped the longtime GOP operative from getting caught up in a catfight with conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi, over conversations the two had in the hours before Trump’s now-notorious Access Hollywood tape was released. But what seems to be yet another bizarre Stone-...
Tags: Post, Hollywood, London, News, Nbc, Washington Post, Gop, Hillary Clinton, New York Times, Wikileaks, Trump, Assange, Roger Stone, Stephen K Bannon, Roger, Stone


Washington Memo: An Angry Trump Pushes Back Against His Own ‘Naïve’ Intelligence Officials

The president treated the Worldwide Threat Assessment presented the day before as a scorecard on his foreign policy and something close to an affront.
Tags: News, Washington, North Korea, Syria, United States, Kim Jong-un, Bolton, Trump, John R, Keane, Schiff, Bannon, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, United States International Relations, Espionage and Intelligence Services


Washington Memo: An Angry Trump Pushes Back Against His Own ‘Naive’ Intelligence Officials

The president treated the Worldwide Threat Assessment presented the day before as a scorecard on his foreign policy and something close to an affront.
Tags: News, Washington, North Korea, Syria, United States, Kim Jong-un, Bolton, Trump, John R, Keane, Schiff, Bannon, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, United States International Relations, Espionage and Intelligence Services


White House Memo: The Many Ways to Leave the White House

President Trump often tries to spin resignations as firings, a reaction driven by a hypersensitivity to the perception that anyone would ever want to leave him.
Tags: News, White House, Trump, Sanders, Omarosa, Kelly, Comey, Manigault, Priebus, Spicer, Tillerson, Fuentes, Bannon, Hicks, Eisen, Ethics and Official Misconduct


Books of The Times: Chris Christie’s Memoir Praises Trump, but Says, ‘I Told You So’

In his new book, “Let Me Finish,” the former governor of New Jersey and Trump adviser saves his fire for Steve Bannon, and rues what might have been.
Tags: Chris Christie, News, New Jersey, The Times, Trump, Christie, Bannon, Books and Literature, Presidential Election of 2016, United States Politics and Government, Steve Bannon, Christopher J, Let Me Finish: Trump, the Kushners, and the Power of In-Your-Face Politics (Book






Not 'politically viable' for Trump to pardon Stone if convicted: Chris Christie

On “This Week,” former New Jersey governor and ABC News contributor Chris Christie discusses his new book “Let Me Finish: Trump, the Kushners, Bannon, New Jersey, and the Power of In-Your-Face Politics.”
Tags: Chris Christie, News, New Jersey, Abc News, Trump, Bannon


Trump Thought Firing Flynn Would End ‘Russia Thing,’ Chris Christie Writes in Book

The former New Jersey governor’s memoir paints President Trump as highly effective as a candidate — but someone who since has been ill-served by many advisers, including some members of his family.
Tags: Chris Christie, News, Russia, New Jersey, Republican Party, Jared, Trump, Christie, Flynn, Bannon, Kushner, Presidential Election of 2016, Donald J, Christopher J, Michael T, Stephen K


Former Trump adviser Roger Stone charged with witness tampering as part of Mueller probe

Roger Stone, a longtime confidant of Donald Trump, was "directed" by a senior official on the president's 2016 campaign team, to seek emails damaging to Hillary Clinton from Wikileaks, prosecutors have claimed. Mr Stone, 66, was arrested on Friday in a pre-dawn raid by heavily armed FBI agents in night-vision goggles at his home in Florida. He faces seven charges including lying to Congress, obstruction, and witness tampering, brought by Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating whet...
Tags: Florida, London, News, Congress, White House, Russia, Fbi, Hillary Clinton, United Kingdom, Bill Clinton, The New York Times, Julian Assange, Kremlin, Wikileaks, Smith, Donald Trump


Roger Stone Lied. What Was He Hiding?

Could the Trump campaign really not have known that in dealing with WikiLeaks it was dealing with Russia?
Tags: News, Russia, Wikileaks, Trump, Assange, Roger Stone, Stone, Mueller, Podesta, Bannon, John D, Presidential Election of 2016, United States Politics and Government, Manafort, Stephen K, Donald J Jr


Roger Stone Allegedly Fed Trump Campaign Advance Info On Wikileaks

The indictment of Roger Stone may have been long-awaited, but there’s a detail in the filing that’s been overlooked. For the first time, Mueller is accusing the Trump campaign of having advance knowledge about the then-impending release of hacked Clinton-damaging emails by Wikileaks. “STONE thereafter told the Trump Campaign about potential future releases of damaging material by Organization 1,” the DC federal grand jury indictment alleged. The revelation was one among many in the indictment,...
Tags: London, News, Organization, Julian Assange, Dc, Wikileaks, Clinton, Trump, Breitbart, Assange, Roger Stone, Stephen K Bannon, Stone, Mueller, Bannon, Trump Campaign


Steve Bannon Is High-Ranking Trump Campaign Official In Stone Indictment

Former Trump campaign chairman Stephen K. Bannon appears in the indictment of GOP operative Roger Stone as a key campaign official with whom Stone communicated in the days before Wikileaks began releasing the hacked of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman. An unnamed “high-ranking Trump Campaign official” emailed Stone in early October 2016, days before Wikileaks began to publish the emails, “asking about the status of future releases,” the indictment alleges. Stone replied that Assange had a ...
Tags: News, Gop, Hillary Clinton, New York Times, Wikileaks, Clinton, Trump, Assange, Roger Stone, Stephen K Bannon, Stone, John Podesta, Bannon, Trump Campaign, Steve Bannon, Russia Probe


Who Directed ‘Senior’ Trump Campaign Official To Contact Stone About WikiLeaks?

Additional reporting by Josh Kovensky One looming question was introduced by Friday’s explosive indictment against Roger Stone: Who on the Trump campaign directed a senior campaign official to contact Stone about forthcoming Wikileaks releases of hacked emails hurtful to the Clinton campaign? A tantalizing paragraph in the 24-page indictment reads (emphasis added): After the July 22, 2016 release of stolen [Democratic National Committee] emails by Organization 1, a senior Trump Campaign offic...
Tags: News, Organization, Congress, Dnc, New York Times, Wikileaks, Clinton, Trump, Allegra Kirkland, Fort Lauderdale, Roger Stone, Democratic National Committee, Stone, Bannon, Robert Mueller, Trump Campaign


Roger Stone Indicted By Mueller Grand Jury

Longtime Donald Trump associate Roger Stone was arrested in Florida early Friday as part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, the day after a federal grand jury in Washington D.C. handed down a seven-count indictment against him. Stone is accused of one count of obstructing an official proceeding, five counts of false statements, and one count of witness tampering. The 24-page indictment alleges that Stone engaged in efforts to run interference between WikiLeaks and the Trump ca...
Tags: Florida, New York, News, Organization, Congress, Washington, Intel, Gop, Hillary Clinton, New York Times, Julian Assange, Wikileaks, House Intelligence Committee, Donald Trump, Clinton, Trump


Brexit and the U.S. Shutdown: Two Governments in Paralysis

Rarely have British and American politics seemed as synchronized as they do in the chilly dawn of 2019, when pro-globalization elites battle the populists.
Tags: News, European Union, Farage, Trump, Democratic Party, Bannon, Foreign Workers, Politics And Government, United States Economy, Donald J, United States International Relations, Immigration and Emigration, Great Britain Withdrawal from EU (Brexit, Stephen K, Border Barriers, Conservative Party (Great Britain


Trump Pulls Back From Declaring a National Emergency to Fund a Wall

As he searches for a way to end the political stalemate with Democratic lawmakers, the president finds himself boxed in — a familiar position when it comes to immigration issues
Tags: News, Mitt, Graham, Nancy, Trump, Rubio, Democratic, Marco, Conway, Lindsey, Sean, HANNITY, Mick, Pelosi, Schumer, Romney


Sundance: Steve Bannon Documentary ‘The Brink’ Acquired by Magnolia (EXCLUSIVE)

Magnolia Pictures has acquired “The Brink,” a fly-on-the-wall documentary about Steve Bannon, the controversial advisor to President Donald Trump. The film follows Bannon as he tries to export his fiery brands of populism and nationalism beyond the borders of the United States. “The Brink” is directed by Alison Klayman, a filmmaker best known for “Ai […]
Tags: News, United States, Markets & Festivals, Donald Trump, Sundance film festival, Magnolia Pictures, Bannon, Steve Bannon, The Brink, Alison Klayman


Bannon-backed academy plan draws Italian protest

Rome (AFP) - Several hundred people demonstrated Saturday in central Italy, against a planned "Academy for the Judeo-Christian West" backed by US political strategist Steve Bannon.
Tags: News, US, Rome, Italy, Bannon, Judeo Christian West