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Breitbart News executive chairman Steve Bannon and CBS News anchor Charlie Rose speak in the "Breitbart Embassy" in Washington, DC, on September 6, 2017.


  • Steve Bannon: Mitch McConnell basically says, “I don’t wanna hear any more of this ‘drain the swamp’ talk.”
  • They ( GOP establishment ) do not support the president’s program. It’s an open secret on Capitol Hill.
  • Bannon: Mitch McConnell, and to a degree, Paul Ryan. They do not want Donald Trump’s populist, economic nationalist agenda to be implemented
  • Steve Bannon to Charlie Rose during 60-Minutes interview: “And by the way I hate 60-minutes!”




Video source: CBS News 

CBS’s Charlie Rose was at the famed “Breitbart Embassy” in Washington, D.C., Wednesday to film a marquee segment for Sunday’s 60 Minutes broadcast.

Here’s preview:

BANNON: The Republican establishment is trying to nullify the 2016 election. That’s a brutal fact we have to face.

ROSE: The Republican establishment?

BANNON: The Republican establishment.

ROSE: Wants to nullify the 2016 election?

BANNON: Trying to nullify the 2016 election. Absolutely.

ROSE: Who?

BANNON: I think Mitch McConnell, and to a degree, Paul Ryan. They do not want Donald Trump’s populist, economic nationalist agenda to be implemented. It’s very obvious. It’s obvious as– it’s obvious as the– it’s obvious as night follows day.

ROSE: Give me a story that illustrates that.

BANNON:  Oh, Mitch McConnell when we first met him, I mean, he was– he was– he– he said, I think in one of the first meetings in Trump Tower with the president, as we’re wrapping up, he basically says, “I don’t wanna hear any more of this ‘drain the swamp’ talk.” He– c– flat out. He goes, “A guy up on Capitol Hill can’t buy a Coke unless it’s gotta be reported.” He says, “I can’t– I can’t hire any smart people,” because everybody’s all over him for reporting requirements  and the pay, et cetera, and the scrutiny. You know, “You gotta back off that.” The “Drain the Swamp” thing was– is Mitch McConnell was day one did not wanna– did not wanna go there. Wanted us to back off.

ROSE: You are attacking on many fronts people who you need to help you to get things done.

BANNON: They’re not gonna help you unless they’re put on notice. They’re gonna be held accountable if they do not support the President of the United States. Right now there’s no accountability. They have totally– they do not support the president’s program. It’s an open secret on Capitol Hill. Everybody in this city knows it.

ROSE: And so therefore, now that you’re out of the White House, you’re going to war with them?

BANNON:  Absolutely.




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  • Chief of Staff John Kelly tried to control who the president talks to, but Trump is continuing to call business friends and outside advisers, including former chief strategist Steve Bannon
  • Kelly wants to stop Trump from binge-watching Fox News and read conservative news sources
  • Trump asked a friend recently where The Daily Caller and Breitbart were, after Kelly banned them.
  • Trump lashes out at after Kelly for wanting him to refrain from injecting politics into day-to-day issues of governing.
  • Kelly told sources, ‘he had never been spoken to like that during 35 years of serving his country and would not abide such treatment in the future’
  • Most if not all of the White House staffers Kelly have removed, pushed out, or resigned have been Trump loyalists who were with him during the campaign

Report: Chafing Under Gen. Kelly’s Control, Trump Continues to Call Close Friends and Advisers

Kelly has tried to control who the president talks to, but Trump is continuing to call business friends and outside advisers, including former chief strategist Steve Bannon, the report by the Washington Post said.

Trump calls Bannon and others from his personal phone when Kelly is not around, the report said.

“Donald Trump resists being handled,” Roger Stone, former Trump adviser and longtime confidant, told the Post.

“Nobody tells him who to see, who to listen to, what to read, what he can say,” he said. “General Kelly is trying to treat the president like a mushroom. Keeping him in the dark and feeding him s— is not going to work. Donald Trump is a free spirit.”


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Donald Trump has found himself once again mired in the Russia scandal, thanks to a report suggesting he indeed knew about his son Don Jr's meeting with a Russian lawyer -- and drafted a misleading account of it given to the media

  • The West Wing Democrats reportedly do not want President Donald Trump reading articles from Breitbart News
  • West Wing Democrats are concerned that Donald Trump Jr. will pass along news from conservative media outlets like Breitbart News to President Trump
  • “Don Jr. is a huge problem. He needs to be a galaxy away from that place.”
  • Chief of Staff John Kelly is trying to control the paper flow and block “articles from far right and anti-establishment sources” from getting on Trump’s Oval Office desk.


(Breitbart by Tony Lee26 Aug 2017

Numerous outlets reported this week that new Chief of Staff John Kelly is trying to control the paper flow and, according to BuzzFeed, block “articles from far right and anti-establishment sources” from getting on Trump’s Oval Office desk.

But pro-Trump forces on the right  told the outlet that they would trust Don Jr. to pass along articles from conservative media outlets to his dad.

One “source close to the administration” seemed more than concerned that Don Jr. would help ensure that his father remains in touch with what concerns his “movement.”

“Don Jr. is a huge problem,” Buzzfeed’s “source close to the administration” reportedly said. “He needs to be a galaxy away from that place.”

As Joshua Green pointed out in his book Devil’s Bargain, reading Breitbart News articles helped Trump understand what concerned working-class voters and never lose touch with them during the primary season and general election campaign. In fact, as Green noted, “an analysis of ‘Trump’s campaign tweets showed that Breitbart was far and away his primary source of news’”:

Years before Trump took on all of the same forces that tried to ram through the Gang of Eight’s amnesty legislation, Trump, according to Green, “was reading Breitbart articles flagged by Bannon and then printed out on paper (Trump’s preferred medium for reading) and delivered to him in manila folders by his staff.”

Green notes that “by the time Trump entered the presidential race in June 2015,” Breitbart News’ reporting on illegal immigration’s impact on American workers, corporations gaming the guest-worker visa system to displace American workers with foreigners who are not more qualified, the existential threat of radical Islam, and the “excesses of political correctness” had done “much to shape Trump’s populist inclinations and inform his political vocabulary.” Green writes that the site’s “unapologetic and take-no-prisoners style of reporting” appealed to Trump.


Read more: …Fear Don Jr. Will Give POTUS Articles from Conservative Media


Reports: West Wing Dems Blocking Trump from Reading Breitbart News

The West Wing Democrats reportedly do not want President Donald Trump reading articles from Breitbart News, according to various reports this week on new chief of staff John Kelly’s efforts to control the White House’s paper flow.

Axios national politics reporter Jonathan Swan suggested in an appearance on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports this week that West Wing Democrats and globalists, whose allies have never been able to handle Breitbart News’ relentless “40 minutes of hell” of pressure for causes important to working-class Americans of all backgrounds, were frustrated that Trump was reading articles from Breitbart News. A New York Times cover story acknowledged that there is “no real precursor for Breitbart” of an outlet that has so quickly emerged to “dominate the political conversation in a pivotal election” like Breitbart News did during the 2016 election cycle.

Swan said the Oval Office before Kelly’s arrival was like “Grand Central Station,” with “people coming in and out” and slipping Trump news stories from “sources like Breitbart” that would harm their enemies. He noted that if someone wanted to get Trump “angry or kill an appointment,” they would just “surreptitiously put the paper across his desk.”

“It was truly amazing,” he said.


Related link: Reports: West Wing Dems Blocking Trump from Reading Breitbart News…



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Steve Bannon: I’m ‘going to war’ for Trump

Washington Examiner by Caitlin Yilek 


Former White House strategist Steve Bannon says he’s still got President Trump’s back after being fired Friday.

“If there’s any confusion out there, let me clear it up: I’m leaving the White House and going to war for Trump against his opponents — on Capitol Hill, in the media and in corporate America,” Bannon told journalist Joshua Green. Green was the author of the new book, Devil’s Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Storming of the Presidency.

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Report: Steve Bannon out of White House, Submitted Resignation August 7

Maggie Haberman reports that President Donald Trump plans to remove White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, the former executive chairman of Breitbart News. She writes that Bannon submitted his resignation from the White House over a week ago.

From the New York Times:

President Trump has told senior aides that he has decided to remove Stephen K. Bannon, the embattled White House chief strategist who helped Mr. Trump win the 2016 election, according to two administration officials briefed on the discussion.


The president and senior White House officials were debating when and how to dismiss Mr. Bannon. The two administration officials cautioned that Mr. Trump is known to be averse to confrontation within his inner circle, and could decide to keep on Mr. Bannon for some time.

As of Friday morning, the two men were still discussing Mr. Bannon’s future, the officials said. A person close to Mr. Bannon insisted the parting of ways was his idea, and that he had submitted his resignation to the president on Aug. 7, to be announced at the start of this week, but it was delayed in the wake of the racial unrest in Charlottesville, Va.


Read more: Submitted Resignation August 7


Former White House Chief Strategist Stephen K. Bannon returned as Executive Chairman of Breitbart News Friday afternoon and chaired the company’s evening editorial meeting.

Ranked the #63 website in America by Amazon-owned, and with the #13 Facebook page in the world, Breitbart News is considered the most influential populist website in the world.

“The populist-nationalist movement got a lot stronger today,” said Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow. “Breitbart gained an executive chairman with his finger on the pulse of the Trump agenda.”

Breitbart News CEO and President Larry Solov agreed.


Read more: Stephen K. Bannon Returns Home to Breitbart News



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After days of speculation, it is official: Milo Yiannopoulos is out at Breitbart, with news of his resignation reaching social media just minutes ago via Michael Grynbaum of The New York Times.

In a statement published minutes ago, Yiannopoulos said, “Breitbart News has stood by me when others caved,” continuing, “I would be wrong to allow my poor choice of words to detract from my colleagues’ important reporting, so today I am resigning from Breitbart, effective immediately.”  After Yiannopoulos was slated to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), a video of him discussing pedophilia made the rounds on Twitter and earned pretty widespread condemnation.

Yiannopoulos responded to the outcry insisting that he has an “utter disgust [for] adults who sexually abuse minors” while acknowledging that “these videos, even though some of them are edited deceptively, paint a different picture.”






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( Breitbart ) Last year, Kelloggs decided to remove ads at Breitbart after pressure from liberals. In response,  Breitbart News launched its #DumpKelloggs petition, which has been signed by more than 430,000 people.

News today: Kellogg’s is shutting down 39 distribution centers across the country, the embattled cereal giant announced this week.

READ MORE: Kellogg’s Layoffs Could Top 1000



Target courageously announced their transgender bathroom last year believing the whole country, being under eight years of Obama non-stop gaydoctrination, would rejoice at such progressive breakthrough in the retail industry. To their shock, millions decided to boycott the store resulting to an unexpected financial blow  they did not see coming.

( Breitbart ) Target announced the end of two projects as the stock price hit $64.77 at market close on Feb. 8. That’s down from $83 when the boycott began once the company made its transgender policy change on April 19. The stock price drop has slashed roughly $10 billion from the company’s value on Wall Street.

Target announced it was shutting down a project billed as the “Store of the Future.”


Target Abruptly Shuts Expansion Projects amid Boycott…

…Stock Value Down $10B Since Start of Trans Bathroom Fight


Exclusive — Women Nationwide Cut Up Nordstrom’s Cards, Plan Boycotts After Political Decision to Drop Ivanka Trump Line

( Breitbart ) Retail department store Nordstrom’s decision last week to cut first daughter Ivanka Trump’s fashion line has sparked a tremendous backlash from consumers—especially women—who say the company’s move has led them to boycott the store and cut up their Nordstrom’s cards.

READ MORE: Exclusive: Women Nationwide Cut Up Nordstrom’s Cards, Plan Boycotts After Political Decision to Drop Ivanka





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Milo Yiannopoulos  ( born 18 October 1984) is a Greek-born British journalist, author, entrepreneur, public speaker, and senior editor for Breitbart News. As a “cultural libertarian[6] and “free speech fundamentalist”, he is a vocal critic of third-wave feminism,  Islam, social justice, political correctness, and other movements and ideologies he deems authoritarian or belonging to the “regressive left“.  Yiannopoulos is a supporter of Donald Trump, whom he refers to as “Daddy”.[16] In a Breitbart article, he and a co-author championed the movement and its intellectual backers, whom he described as “dangerously bright”.


Dangerous Faggot Tour

In late 2015, Yiannopoulos began a campus speaking tour called “The Dangerous Faggot Tour”, encompassing universities in the United States and Great Britain. A number of his scheduled speeches in Great Britain were cancelled.[102] Although most of his American speeches were not cancelled, some were met with notable protest ranging from vocal disruptions to cancellation via the heckler’s veto. The journalist Audrey Goddard analysed his speech at the University of Pittsburgh. He concludes that Yiannopoulos spends the “majority of the time voicing his opinions with little to no factual statements accompanying them”, which he thought was ironic taking in account how Yiannopoulos repeatedly insisted “that he was just stating “facts.””[

His own sexuality

While Yiannopoulos is gay, he has stated that gay rights are detrimental to humanity, and that gay men should “get back in the closet”.[98] He has described being gay as “aberrant” and “a lifestyle choice guaranteed to bring [gay people] pain and unhappiness”.[99] He has said that he would love to experiment with conversion therapy, but not because he thinks it’ll work.”[100]

In September 2015, Yiannopoulos guest-starred on Joe Rogan‘s YouTube show, The Joe Rogan Experience. During the show, Yiannopoulos claimed to have lost his virginity at age 13 “in an interracial fivesome with a drag queen“.[101] Some have accused Yiannopoulos of exaggerating his homosexuality for comic effect, and falling back on homophobic tropes in doing so.

Milo’s articles on Breitbart:


Early and personal life

Yiannopoulos was born in Greece and raised in a small town in Kent in southern England.[1] His father is Greek and his mother is British.[13][14][15] His parents divorced when he was a young child and he was raised by his mother and her second husband, with whom he did not have a good relationship. Yiannopoulos described his father as “terrifying” and remarking upon his family’s wealth he said “I would think, if my dad is just a doorman, why do we have such a nice house? Then I saw it on The Sopranos.” As a teenager, Yiannopoulos lived with his grandmother, who regularly took him for high tea at Claridge’s.[14]

He is a practising Catholic, but also identifies with Judaism through his mother[16] which has put him at odds with neo-Nazi elements of the alt-right.[17] He was educated at Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys. He attended the University of Manchester, dropping out without graduating.[18] He then attended Wolfson College, Cambridge, where he studied English literature for two years before dropping out.[19] Regarding dropping out of university, in a 2012 interview he said “I try to tell myself I’m in good company, but ultimately it doesn’t say great things about you unless you go on to terrific success in your own right.”[

The Telegraph Tech Start-Up 100

Yiannopoulos organized a method of ranking the most promising technology start-ups in Europe, The Telegraph Tech Start-Up 100, in 2011.

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