“The Man Who Killed Donald Trump: The Secret History of Trump” by Stephen Bannon

July 18, 2021 0 Comments

Stephen Bannon, Donald Trump’s former chief strategist, is the author of “The Art of the Deal: The Rise and Fall of Donald Trump.”

In this excerpt, Bannon explains the role of the president in the rise of the alt-right.

Bannon says that in the beginning, he believed that the alt right was an outgrowth of the white supremacist movement.

But Bannon said that the movement started when he read the book “The Great Manipulator” by Charles Murray.

Bannon said he read this book “at the behest of my former boss, President Trump,” and he was like, “Oh, shit.”

Bannon said the book was a “disgrace.”

He said that he read it and realized “I’m a total fraud.”

He wrote that it was “the worst book on economics in the world,” and that he “was a racist, misogynist, homophobic, white supremacist, Islamophobe, racist, nationalist, homophobe.”

Bannon added that the book inspired him to write “The Trump Doctrine,” a book of essays on how to run the country.

Bannon wrote that Trump’s election helped his cause.

He said Trump’s victory “allowed the alt Right to flourish.”

Bannon told Breitbart News that “Trump’s victory was like a tsunami.”

Bannon says the alt left and alt right “are one and the same,” and said he was “really proud” to be the founder of the Alt Right.

He says the Alt right is the “most dangerous political movement on the planet.”

Bannon was referring to the rise in support for Trump’s candidacy by white nationalists and other groups that are “the very core of the Trump base.”

He added that it is “the alt-left and alt- right that are responsible for the alt movement.”

Bannon, who has previously served as an adviser to Donald Trump, said the alt “resistance” is “an attempt to defeat the president and to create a second Trump.”

Bannon described the alt’s tactics as a “reboot” of the American republic.

He claimed that the Alt Left “is an attempt to replace the American Republic with a white nationalist version.”

Bannon has previously made headlines for his ties to the Trump campaign.

Bannon has been a vocal supporter of Trump and his presidential campaign.

In 2016, he was named the chief executive officer of a company that was responsible for setting up Trump’s “beautiful” campaign headquarters.

Trump praised Bannon during the 2016 election, saying he is “one of the most effective political strategists I’ve ever known.”

He called Bannon a “true friend of mine.”

Bannon is the founder and president of Bannon Media, which has a history of creating right-wing media outlets, including Breitbart News, the website Bannon founded.

Bannon, in an interview with the Wall Street Journal in 2018, said he wants to “take the Republican Party back to the dark ages.”

He also said that “the time is right” for the Alt-Right to “break out of the confines of the political correctness bubble.”

Bannon also said he has never endorsed Trump.

“I don’t support the president, but I’m not going to vote for the president,” Bannon said.

Bannon told the Journal that the Trump presidency is “not about me.

It’s about the country.”

“It’s about winning,” Bannon told The Journal.

“The president is the worst, and that’s why I don’t want to vote.”

He told the paper that “I feel like I’m a victim” of “this incredible campaign of deception” by the “alt-left” and “the media.”