Bannon maintained his visibility by rejoining Breitbart in August and directing it to serve his political ends as the insurgent voice of the "anti-establishment" wing of the Republican Party, a faction that many critics saw as a socially intolerant and racist fringe of white nationalism.
Before joining the administration, Bannon was CEO of the Trump campaign, and his appointment as strategist and senior counselor to the president drew massive criticism because of Bannon's history of ultra-conservative views.
Roaming Arizona back hills, I found attitudes still fixed on deplorable. There are a couple of reasons why. "No one questions the (mental) stability of the president", Haley said yesterday. It's just up to Congress to figure out the details, he said in a remarkable, freewheeling negotiation Tuesday at the White House with reporters in the room. This theory would indeed explain certain broad trends witnessed since his inauguration, including a shortage of broad, programmatic or ideological approaches to policy issues and sudden policy shifts - particularly in the realm of foreign policy - which do not seem to factor in knock-on effects.
My kids are talking about the book. "Was he unstable when we finally hit back at Syria and said, 'No more chemical weapons?'" "Was he unstable with the jobs or the economy or the stock market?"
Mr. Trump will receive his first physical as commander-in-chief Friday. Trump had uncharitable words for Wolff as well.
Its sales reflect "rapidly surging anti-Trump sentiments in the international community", the article said.
"Any notion it's okay to encourage people to download infringing copies of an entire book that they are free to buy is just wrong", Zimmerman said. "How do you disprove a fallacy?"
White House officials have dismissed the book as "complete fantasy" and "tabloid gossip", while several errors in Wolff's account were quickly identified. Widely distributing a link and inviting people to download illegal copies are equally serious, he said. Moore lost the race to a Democrat, Doug Jones, in a state that for decades has been staunchly Republican.
MARTIN: Good morning. Explain what has led to this moment.
Despite the setback, Bannon has told confidants that he believes Trump, after a cooling-off period, will again seek his counsel, noting that the president often maintains contact with aides he has fired.
"It's not mental instability", Barrack added. "It's that important", she said. "He asks tough questions, and expects solid answers". "It's like street smarts". So I'm about 9 hours into Trump world. With this record, he should be riding high in the polls and expanding his base.
The first key is his phony populism, with an emphasis on both words. The overall picture is dead clear, a mix of accurate insights and up-close vignettes that Wolff's sources confirm. Miller trashed Wolff as "a garbage author of a garbage book". And the press reception of the book he characterized as "a sort of apotheosis of media lynching, very fashionable for the times". "The reality is, is the president is a political genius".