The mad thrashing of the Trump regime continued apace with Steve Bannon’s unexpected comments to Robert Kuttner, a progressive economist and editor of the American Prospect, a liberal magazine based in Washington.
Washington Post political reporters Robert Costa and John Wagner noted that some Republicans are alarmed at the White House’s passivity in the face of a series of threats laid out by Bannon. "They just sat there," said one staffer.
Republicans in Washington are exhausted and in despair after President Donald Trump’s gross mishandling of the administration’s response to white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, calling it a “f*cking disaster."
Urged by his Yale University classmates to resign as treasury secretary following President Donald Trump’s response to a white nationalist protest, Steven Mnuchin said on Saturday he would stay in office and that Trump “in no way, shape or form” equates neo-Nazis with peaceful protesters.
Despite massive media coverage showing the right-wing Boston “Free Speech” rally to be a mostly passive march by counter-protesters, President Donald Trump called out the participants as “anti-police agitators."
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon’s firing has been met with a collective shrug by some of President Donald Trump’s most committed supporters who argue the controversial nationalist became an obstacle to the administration’s agenda.