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Politics Bannon at Moore rally: 'Special place in hell for Republicans who should know better'

09:36  12 december  2017
09:36  12 december  2017 Source:   thehill.com

Republican lawmaker: GOP must dump Bannon

  Republican lawmaker: GOP must dump Bannon Republican Rep. Peter King (N.Y.) is calling for the GOP to "dump" former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon following the special election loss of Roy Moore. "After Alabama disaster GOP must do right thing and DUMP Steve Bannon," King, who has voiced support for President Trump, tweeted early Wednesday morning.After Alabama disaster GOP must do right thing and DUMP Steve Bannon. His act is tired, inane and morally vacuous. If we are to Make America Great Again for all Americans, Bannon must go! And go NOW!!- Rep.

Stephen Bannon on Monday called out GOP leaders who have failed to support Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore , telling a crowd at a rally ahead of the special election that there is a " special place in hell for Republicans who .

Next came Stephen K. Bannon , Trump-adviser-turned-freelance-provocateur, who seemed to be mocking the first daughter when he said during a pro- Moore rally that hell 's special spot was reserved for Republicans " who should know There is surely a special place in hell for such as these.

Bannon at Moore rally: 'Special place in hell for Republicans who should know better' © Provided by The Hill Bannon at Moore rally: 'Special place in hell for Republicans who should know better' Stephen Bannon on Monday called out GOP leaders who have failed to support Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, telling a crowd at a rally for the special election candiate that there is "special place in hell for Republicans who should know better."

Bannon, President Trump's former campaign chief and senior strategist, took aim at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby (R) and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during a campaign rally the night before Moore faces off against Democrat Doug Jones.

Bannon rallies Republicans for Roy Moore in Alabama

  Bannon rallies Republicans for Roy Moore in Alabama Steve Bannon urged what he called a crowd of "a bunch of deplorables" Tuesday to back Republican former judge Roy Moore in Alabama's Senate special election. "You've seen what all the powers that be are talking about the last couple of weeks: Let the folks in Alabama decide for Alabama," Bannon said.

Speaking at a Monday campaign rally for Moore ahead of Tuesday's special election, Bannon lashed out at establishment Republicans for using Soon as they get that tax cut you watch what happens," he said to cheers. "There's a special place in hell for Republicans who should know better ."

Speaking at a Monday campaign rally for Moore ahead of Tuesday's special election, Bannon lashed out at establishment Republicans for using Soon as they get that tax cut you watch what happens," he said to cheers. "There's a special place in hell for Republicans who should know better ."

"Mitch McConnell and Sen. Shelby, and Condi Rice and all that, Little Bobby Corker, all the establishment out there doesn't have Trump's back at all," Bannon said, suggesting they are just using Trump to eke out "a tax cut."

"There's a special place in hell for Republicans who should know better," he added, to the sound of a applause.

Bannon is campaigning for Moore in a heated race that has captured the national spotlight after a handful of women came forward last month and accused the candidate of making unwanted sexual advances when they were underaged teenagers and he was in his 30's.

Breitbart's executive chairman's remarks appeared to make a dig at Trump's eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, who said there is a "special place in hell for people who pray on children" after the allegations surfaced.

One woman claims she was 14 years at the time he touched her sexually.

Moore has denied the allegations of wrongdoing and pushed forward with his campaign.

As election nears, GOP braces for Moore victory .
Top Republicans are starting to rally around embattled Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, with a week left before voters head to the polls in Alabama. After keeping Moore at a distance following The Washington Post's November report that Moore had been accused of initiating a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl when he was in his 30s, President Trump changed course Monday. The president issued a full-throated endorsement through a series of tweets and made a personal phone call to Moore from Air Force One that ended with an enthusiastic, "Go get 'em Roy.

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