It appears as though Steve Bannon is once again in his boss' good graces. The question is, will things go back to attack-mode as we've seen in the past? Conflict between allies of President Donald Trump has been brewing since the Republican presidential debate in January 2016. “Remember that Megyn Kelly asked the difficult question of Donald Trump,” recalled Stu Burguiere this week on “Pat & Stu.”
The controversial question prompted Trump to launch an all-out attack against Kelly, aided by Steve Bannon of Breitbart News. “They come up with something like 15 anti-Megyn Kelly stories in two days,” said Stu. This created a split between Bannon and Roger Ailes, the late CEO of Fox News.
Bannon also had a hand in arranging for conservative political pundit, Ann Coulter, to write a white paper for Trump’s immigration policies. Later, Coulter tweeted that Trump’s proposal was “the greatest political document since the Magna Carta.”
“Basically, she loved that immigration proposal so much because...you know...she wrote it,” quipped Stu. “Now, she did not disclose it at the time, which would have been helpful.”