Bannon made the remark about the 100 women as part of a larger discussion about the president's top advisors, some of whom he disparaged at length in Wolff's controversial book, " " which the president has condemned as "full of lies, misrepresentations and sources that don't exist". Bannon did not apologize for his criticism of the president's daughter and son-in-law, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, with whom he had squabbled inside the West Wing.
But applying this rule that when push comes to shove Trump ultimately only cares about himself and his family also helps explain why Bannon's demise does not mean the end of Trumpism. According to his biographers it has been always been this way.
Former White House chief adviser Steve Bannon has lawyered up as he prepares to answer questions from officials investigating allegations of collusion between President Trump's campaign and Russian Federation.
"Bannon and others who "know too much" can be unsafe to a president with a few too many secrets", she wrote.
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Feinstein also sits on the Senate intelligence committee, which is conducting its own investigation into the Russian interference and whether Trump's campaign was in any way involved.
After Bannon was ousted from the White House last August, the former aide called the president's decision to fire former FBI Director James Comey the worst blunder "in modern political history" during a 60 Minutes interview. It is therefore likely that his ideas already resonated with Trump back then.
The poll was taken before Bannon was sacked from Breitbart.
By now that judgment is so well proven that even Trump has pretended to hardly know Bannon despite the obvious fact that Bannon did more than anyone to win the election for Trump. A Time Magazine cover featuring Bannon and the headline "the great manipulator" shortly after the inauguration reportedly irked Trump, who is rumored to keep track of how often he appears on the front of the publication.