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. The president issued a scathing statement saying Bannon had "lost his mind" and he wanted nothing more to do with him.
Trump, perhaps feeling betrayed, tweeted on Thursday night that he "authorized Zero access to White House", claimed he "never spoke" to Wolff and accused the author of fabricating sources.
Larry Hackett is the former editor in chief of People magazine in the US and a current contributor to the morning television news program Good Morning America.
Bannon began a contentious feud with the White House after his comments were released from the controversial book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House", attacking Donald Trump Jr. and questioning the president's mental faculties.
Some of Trump's mercurial tweets have caused deep offense, notably in November when British lawmakers reacted furiously to President Trump's retweeting of anti-Muslim videos initially posted by a far-right British activist who had been convicted of hate speech. The Bannon-backed conservative candidate (son of legendary college basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian, a Nevada hero) says Heller is not sufficiently supportive of Trump's agenda. Twenty-seven psychiatrists, including those from top universities, have described Mr. Trump's mental state as "dangerous"; some have called for an emergency evaluation of his mental capacity.
Desestiman gobernadores queja de Javier Corral
Javier Corral reiteró que no ha cuestionado las participaciones o aportaciones que por ley están determinadas, mediante fórmulas. Además expresó que ganará las próximas elecciones presidenciales.
Bannon attempted to walk back his comments in a pseudo-apology, claiming his remarks were meant instead for campaign insiders such as then-manager Paul Manafort.
During Trump's first year in office, Bannon's self-proclaimed reputation as a master strategist also turned out to be a sham. They've set it up so that they're the experts and nobody else can possibly understand what they're doing.
Steve Bannon was a "bad hire", fellow former White House staffer Anthony Scaramucci said Tuesday.
That's an odd thing for a populist to take credit for, but Democratic political consultant Hank Sheinkopf offered a knowing explanation: "This is the way for him to tell the business community and wealthy donors that he's very relevant and someone they should be talking to on a regular basis".
"In private conversations since leaving the White House, Bannon said Trump only has a 30 percent chance of serving out his term, whether he's impeached or removed by the Cabinet invoking the 25th amendment". The company announced it is ending its relationship with Bannon, stating its programing agreement is with Breitbart.
Rafael Nadal loses to Richard Gasquet at Kooyong Classic
It was the 12-time Grand Slam winner's first competitive outing since losing a Wimbledon quarter-final to Tomas Berdych last July. Former world number one Novak Djokovic faces a brutal challenge if he is to win the Australian Open in his comeback to tennis.
"I'm proud of what the Breitbart team has accomplished in so short a period of time in building out a world-class news platform", Bannon said in a statement cited by Breitbart News.
Breitbart News confirmed his departure as chairman on Tuesday. A long-planned working retreat at Camp David over the weekend became a showcase for the commander in chief. "Once that coffin's close, it shouldn't be opened".
But a 1980 Newsweek essay by Isaac Asimov is distressingly prescient at a time when human habitats are simultaneously drying up and flooding while an egomaniacal fool fingers a button that could blast a hole in our planet.
It looks like the magic carpet ride has ended for the former Breitbart big kahuna.
Nadal, Federer get top seeds at Australian Open
And during a major like the French Open, where the weather is volatile, best-of-five matches can wreak havoc on the schedule. Federer, even at 36, is the rightful Australian Open favorite after appearing fresh and sharp in the Hopman Cup team event.