The monster that Trump created is toothless.
As a candidate, Trump used Bannon as long as it worked. As president, when he no longer needed him ... he simply got rid of him.
The U.S. president is ratcheting up volatility in major pockets of potential armed conflict identified by analysts.
Wouldn’t you want to have a long talk with Bannon if you were in Mueller’s shoes? [Or] better yet, with Trump himself.
Wolff portrays a president who was clueless, void of ideas, disinterested, unable to learn, focused solely on appearances, immature, paranoid, dishonest, irascible and hopelessly narcissistic.
Trump will work with the GOP when he believes it suits him personally and he won't when he believes it does not. That's because the core of Trumpism remains unchanged whether Steve Bannon is gone or not: Donald Trump first.
President Donald Trump attacked Steve Bannon, his chief strategist up until August of last year, after a book on the White House discussed a meeting of Trump's closest aides with Russian officials in 2016. Trump said that Bannon lost his mind after he lost his job because Bannon said that Trump's son’s meeting with [Read more]