After being ousted as presidential adviser, Steve Bannon is back in charge at Breitbart News and in no mood to lay down what he calls his weapons. Bannon's influence on president Trump is up for debate, but not his intention to pursue the goals of economic and social nationalism that helped propel Trump to the White House. With powerful financial backers still ready to support his divisive world-view, what will Bannon - and his team at Breitbart - do next? Is his bond with the president truly broken or has it just taken a different form?
Steve Bannon may be out, but 'Bannon-ism' lives on
- Joshua Green - Bloomberg BusinessWeek; author of “Devil's Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Storming of the Presidency.” - @JoshuaGreen
- Wil Hylton - New York Times magazine - @wilshylton
- Liz Mair - Mair Strategies LLC - @LizMair
- Nicole Hemmer - author of “Partisans: The Conservative Revolutionaries Who Remade American Politics in the 1990s” - @pastpunditry