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Trump's "ugly" right-hand man

It will probably come as no surprise to those who follow these things, but not unexpectedly Trump has chosen Stephen Bannon as his Chief Strategist.

Needless to say that has seen outrage from certain quarters.      Forward "covered" the appointment this way, here.     The Guardian dealt with this way, here.

 The New York Times has this - "Stephen Bannon and Breitbart News, in Their Words".......

"The appointment of Stephen K. Bannon as chief White House strategist for President-elect Donald J. Trump has been condemned by civil rights groups, Democrats and some Republicans, because of Mr. Bannon’s record as chairman of Breitbart News, the hard-right news and opinion site.

Here, in his own words, are a selection of Mr. Bannon’s public statements about the country, the Republican Party and his own political philosophy."


Continue reading, here, the litany of appalling things said by this advisor to Trump.    Ugly!



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