Steve Bannon leaves Breitbart News after Donald Trump rift

Lester Mason
January 13, 2018

"We are going to soldier on and continue to fight the good fight", said one insider.

"But many others have reached out to tell me they have interest in military history but didn't know the book was out there". "Steve is fully supportive of us", said one.

Wolff's book has dominated headlines over the past week and sparked a huge fallout between Trump and his former deputy White House chief of staff and campaign chief adviser.

Breitbart News Network announced his resignation on Tuesday, a role he leaves after five years. In the 2016 book, "The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump", numerous psychologists and therapists argue they have an ethical obligation to describe Mr. Trump as unfit for office.

Breitbart's current CEO, Larry Solov, acknowledged the role Bannon played in making the site what it is today in his statement on the move.

The bombastic, bomb-tossing conservative who helped usher in the Age of Trump with his relentless bashing of both Democrats and mainstream Republicans was ousted from Breitbart News yesterday - the victim of his own attacks on the president.

Soon after, Trump tweeted: "Jake Tapper of Fake News CNN just got destroyed in his interview with Stephen Miller of the Trump Administration".

In a response to Harder that was shared with The Associated Press, Elizabeth A. McNamara of the firm David Wright Tremaine writes that the book is "an accurate report" and says Harder failed to cite any specific errors. "There was no collusion and the investigation is a witch hunt". He said that he regretted waiting to respond to what he called "inaccurate reporting" and called Donald Trump "honorable man". Nobody saw this book coming, nobody saw that it would be as big as it seems to be.

Trump's former chief strategist Steve Bannon is also trying to make amends for comments that appeared in the book.

Trump never explicitly allowed his visits nor barred him from the White House, Wolff said, which allowed Wolff to exploit this "non-disapproval" to gain access through "various senior staffers".

The author of an explosive new book that questions President Donald Trump's fitness for office on Monday contradicted Steve Bannon's explanation of comments that had angered his former boss.

"My family and I have not communicated with Steve Bannon in many months and have provided no financial support to his political agenda, nor do we support his recent actions and statements". Trump and Bannon's relationship, according to two people close to the Mercers.

A Trump lawyer last week threatened to block publication of the book and demanded an apology and retraction from its publisher, Henry Holt and company.

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