Of his former boss' sanity, Bannon reportedly said "He's not going to make it... he's lost his stuff" while describing Trump's daughter, Ivanka, as "dumb as a brick". The survey was conducted last Thursday and Friday, just after Bannon's public falling out with the White House on Wednesday.
Bannon has in the past week faced intense scrutiny for comments he made to author Michael Wolff for the book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House. This has led some Beltway observers to dismiss the book as an alternative-fact-based account of the Trump administration's first six months as seen through the eyes of an embittered Mr. Bannon. "Look, the president is upset and frustrated with the misreporting and fake news that regularly takes place". Five days later, Mr Bannon was out.
"Fire and Fury" contains serious accusations by Bannon against Donald Trump Jr, son of the US President, and Jared Kushner, his son-in-law, in which he considers of treason and an antipatriotic act the encounter that presumably both organized with Russian officials in 2016.
The White House did not immediately respond to the news of Bannon's ouster, but press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders last week called on the conservative site - which has been a steadfast backer of the president - to "look at and consider" parting ways with Bannon.
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Reporters had asked the question at least five times. At least one more journalist fired the question off. Hoekstra simply responded by saying, "Thank you".
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It's clear now that Mr. Bannon has become another cross for the president to bear among an accumulating list of critics in and out of his Republican Party.
Meanwhile, Mr Trump had the Russian Federation investigation in his sights, again labelling it the greatest witch hunt in political history and appearing to call on Republicans to shut it down. "Our current libel laws are a sham and a disgrace, and do not represent American values or American fairness", he said.
It's a good thing that Stephen K. Bannon, the extreme right provocateur and former Trump White House strategist, has been deposed from his post as chairman of the alt-right (read neo-Nazi and extreme right) Breitbart News.