Saturday, November 19, 2016

This Is How The Trump Presidency Will Operate

Bannon (left) was recently compared to a French Revolutionary, with President-elect Donald Trump as 'his guillotine' (Reuters)

Michael Wolff, Hollywood Reporter: Ringside With Steve Bannon at Trump Tower as the President-Elect's Strategist Plots "An Entirely New Political Movement" (Exclusive)

"I'm not a white nationalist, I'm a nationalist. I'm an economic nationalist," Bannon tells THR media columnist Michael Wolff as the controversial Breitbart News chief turned White House advisor unleashes on Hillary Clinton, Fox News and his critics.

In late summer when I went up to see Steve Bannon, then recently named CEO of the Donald Trump presidential campaign, in his office at Trump Tower in New York, he outlined a preposterous-sounding scenario. Trump, he said, would do surprisingly well among women, Hispanics and African-Americans, in addition to working men, and hence take Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan — and therefore the election. On Nov. 15, when I went back to Trump Tower, Bannon, promoted by the president-elect to chief strategist for the incoming administration, and by the media as the official symbol of all things hateful and virulent about the coming Trump presidency, said, as matter-of-factly as when he first sketched it out for me, "I told you so."

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WNU Editor: This post is a completely different take from what has been the main stream media's narrative on Steve Bannon, his strategy, and how the Trump Presidency will operate.

Update: This paragraph resonated with me because I have been saying the same thing on Russian talk radio when asked why did Trump win, and what is their political vision of the future ....

.... He absolutely — mockingly — rejects the idea that this is a racial line. "I'm not a white nationalist, I'm a nationalist. I'm an economic nationalist," he tells me. "The globalists gutted the American working class and created a middle class in Asia. The issue now is about Americans looking to not get f—ed over. If we deliver" — by "we" he means the Trump White House — "we'll get 60 percent of the white vote, and 40 percent of the black and Hispanic vote and we'll govern for 50 years. That's what the Democrats missed. They were talking to these people with companies with a $9 billion market cap employing nine people. It's not reality. They lost sight of what the world is about."

7 comments:

Aizino Smith said...

Way to go Steve Bannon!


Where is the peanut gallery?

Are they suffering from 'lo T' after the election?

Or maybe their hours were cut back after the election.

Anonymous said...

to US liberals, a "white nationalist" is any white republican who objects to being called a racist. In the eyes of Democratic Party liberals, the prosperity of the US is built upon the backs of black slaves. Ridiculous since the system of slavery was overturned long ago and the economic system that benefited from it collapsed after the south lost the Civil War. Democratic Liberals have successfully used this false contention as a bludgeon to beat down white Americans, in the law and in the press. Our hope is that President Trump will turn this injustice around.

RRH said...





https://youtu.be/T-3Iq3XQkAw

C-Low said...

American Nationalism is not was not and never has been based on race. American nationalism has always been E Pluribus Unum, from many comes one. We were multiple peoples from our beginning even multiple nations/colonies that understood divided survival would not be possible but together as one we could not be matched not even by the British Empire a nation were the sun never set.

RRH said...

C-Low,

that's a nationalism worth promoting.

RRH said...

but it's not what the Alt right promotes.

RRH said...

BTW,

Who are the women to Bannon's left and Carson's right in the picture?