"I'm proud of what the Breitbart team has accomplished in so short a period of time in building out a world-class news platform", Bannon said in a statement published on the site. "But his vessel turned out be, as Bannon has described him, but as everyone - singularly, everyone else in the White House has also described him - his vessel turned out to be a child or to be like a child, a man so desperate for immediate gratification that really nothing could get done".
Bannon has been under fire for unflattering comments attributed to him in "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House", the Michael Wolff insider account that painted the Trump White House in an unflattering light. "Fire and Fury" will appear at No. 1 on The New York Times' hardcover nonfiction list in the edition that runs on Jan. 21.
Some of Trump's mercurial tweets have caused deep offense, notably in November when British lawmakers reacted furiously to President Trump's retweeting of anti-Muslim videos initially posted by a far-right British activist who had been convicted of hate speech.
Moore won the primary but lost to Democrat Doug Jones in December's general election after Moore was accused of sexual misconduct against teenagers.
IN HIS own way, Bannon is just as much of a con artist as the president. "He delivers policy outcomes based on the information that we provide him". Its political philosophy was amplified by Trump when he announced his candidacy in 2015, although Breitbart steered a relatively even line during the early primaries between Trump and Republican challenger Ted Cruz, the Mercers' preferred candidate. Bannon was also said to have urged Trump to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem and to refuse to meet with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
Dubbing Bannon "unemployed", Corden proceeded to show a recent photograph, in which Bannon appears in casual clothing. According to ABC News, Bannon holds master's degrees from Georgetown University and Harvard Business School.
Doubts about Trump's state of mind have been whispered about in Washington's corridors of power since before he was elected and have occasionally broken into the open, such as when Sen.
Bannon was fired soon after Charlottesville.
He battled with Kushner and Ivanka Trump at the White House, calling Kushner, who is Jewish, a "globalist".
The alt-right is a fringe movement, and it would have stayed on the fringes but for Bannon. Rather than dignifying questions about whether their 71-year-old boss is fit to be president, they attack the inquisitors for having the gall to ask. "He has been relentless in his advocacy for his father and the agenda that has helped turn our country around".
Bannon left Breitbart in August 2016 to join Donald Trump's presidential campaign and later served as President Trump's chief White House strategist. "He's like a pinball, just shooting off the sides".
After Trump's inauguration, Wolff accused the press of waging a campaign to take down the president. Sargent has issued a company memo defending the decision to publish "Fire and Fury" and a Macmillan attorney on Tuesday said the publisher planned no retraction or apology.
FOLKENFLIK: Well, Bannon has liked to describe himself as something of a revolutionary. There are a couple of reasons why.