Actually, Steve Bannon wars against the entire GOP Establishment, as he made clear to Sean Hannity.
We can be sure Steve Bannon wars against establishment Republican politicians because he has declared war on them in public forums. Thus, we get this video of Sean Hannity’s interview with him:
I don’t agree with everything Steve Bannon says, but for the first time I have hope that conservatives might force Republicans to support them. This is a wonderful thing.
Real Clear Politics transcribes Bannon’s comments calling for Bob Corker to resign:
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Phil Rucker, yesterday in The Washington Post, the buried lede was he said there’s only two or three Senators on Capitol Hill that have President Trump’s back. When you want to talk about why there’s no repeal and replace, why there’s no tax cut, why there’s no tax reform, why there’s no infrastructure bill, you saw it right there. Corker, McConnell that entire clique of — establishment globalist clique on Capitol Hill have to go. If we need any more proof about what they think, you heard it tonight. It’s an absolute disgrace…
They have total contempt for the forgotten man. They have total contempt for the base. That’s what you saw in Alabama. In Alabama when they came in with Luther Strange, with $32 million to destroy Judge Roy Moore you saw what the base thought of them. The base totally rejected him. These people have no respect for the working men and women in the United States. And I tell you what, Senator Corker is an absolute disgrace. And I agree with Jason Miller, who was the comms director on our campaign, I think one of the best comms people around. Jason’s on CNN, but he never talks out of school… on CNN today, he called for Senator Corker to resign. For the Governor of Tennessee to replace him with [Congresswoman] Marsha Blackburn, a real conservative.
If Bob Corker has any honor, any decency, he should resign immediately. He should not let those words stand, what he said about the president of the United States… By the way, he got out because he saw what happened in Alabama. If he wants to — by the way, he should get back in because he’s going to get crushed in a primary. He doesn’t have the guts to get in — he doesn’t have the guts to get back in the race. He should resign immediately.
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