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Politics Bannon: Pelosi's impeachment strategy is 'winning'

00:45  28 october  2019
00:45  28 october  2019 Source:   thehill.com

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Steve Bannon , a former White House chief strategist and longtime ally of President Trump, said in a radio interview broadcast Sunday that Speaker Nancy Pelosi ’ s (D-Calif.) impeachment strategy is “ winning .”&nbs. Bannon was banished from Trump’s inner circle when Michael Wolff’s book “Fire and Fury” divulged that he had been bad-mouthing the president to the journalist. Defense of the president by the former staffer follows an impeachment inquiry launched by the Democrats in the House late last month to investigate Trump’s alleged dealings with Ukraine on a July 25 call.

The impeachment strategy of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi , D-Calif., is " winning " with a "sophisticated political disinformation campaign," former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon says.

Steve Bannon, a former White House chief strategist and longtime ally of President Trump, said in a radio interview broadcast Sunday that Speaker Nancy Pelosi's (D-Calif.) impeachment strategy is "winning."

Stephen K. Bannon looking at the camera: Bannon: Pelosi's impeachment strategy is 'winning'© YouTube Bannon: Pelosi's impeachment strategy is 'winning'

In the interview with John Catsimatidis on AM 970 The Answer in New York, Bannon expressed his deep concern for the president and his administration amid the impeachment inquiry, stating that Pelosi will "impeach the president of the United States on two counts: one, abuse of power; the other, obstruction of justice."

He went on to say that many of Trump's supporters are "in shock" that the president is going through this process and that they need to "wake up" to what he says is a campaign of untruths.

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Bannon told Catsimatidis that he’ s been warning Trump supporters that Pelosi “is going to impeach the president of the United States on two counts: one, abuse of power, the other, obstruction of justice.” She’ s running the most sophisticated political warfare, the most sophisticated political disinformation campaign, and they’re winning right now. And we gotta get organized right now.” Bannon went on to say that his aim is to “give people the facts and the details of the witnesses, the testimony, the legal arguments” of the impeachment inquiry, with the ultimate goal of making sure

Correction Bannon , America is winning the impeachment battle against Trump and his goons. " Bannon told Catsimatidis that he’ s been warning Trump supporters that Pelosi “is going to impeach the president of the United States on two counts: one, abuse of power, the other, obstruction of justice.” He added, “Many of the Trump allies, the followers… the deplorables were in shock.”"

Pelosi "is running the most sophisticated political warfare, the most sophisticated political disinformation campaign," he added.

The former Trump strategist went on the radio show to promote his new podcast, "War Room: Impeachment," a project he started to fight the current impeachment proceedings. Bannon has returned to Washington to go to bat for the president, as he believes that the White House does not have an adequate defense strategy. Bannon said that he is dedicated to providing the public with facts.

"They're winning right now," Bannon said, adding that he "set up a war room, and we're doing a show every day for one hour just to give people the facts and the details of the witnesses, the testimony, the legal arguments. ... We're going to go every day, seven days a week, until the day after President Donald J. Trump ... is acquitted."

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Steve Bannon : Nancy Pelosi ' s impeachment strategy 'actually quite brilliant'. Savannah Behrmann. “I disagree with her ideologically, but I think Nancy Pelosi is a master at political warfare. I think, strategically, what she has done from their perspective is actually quite brilliant,” he said in the interview. Bannon elaborated to CBS that Republicans "are not as united on messaging as the Democrats" regarding impeachment , saying a “sense of urgency" among Trump’s allies "is not there today."

During a Sunday interview with host John Catsimatidis on his New York radio show called “The Answer,” former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is “ winning ” the battle to impeach President Donald Trump. Bannon says his motives for speaking out are to help fend off impeachment , so he’ s promoting a new podcast called “War Room: Impeachment ” because “we gotta get organized right now,” Bannon said. Bannon told Catsimatidis that he’ s been warning Trump supporters that Pelosi “is going to impeach the president of.

Bannon was banished from Trump's inner circle when Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury" divulged that he had been bad-mouthing the president to the journalist.

Defense of the president by the former staffer follows an impeachment inquiry launched by the Democrats in the House late last month to investigate Trump's alleged dealings with Ukraine on a July 25 call. The president is alleged to have withheld $400 million in military aid in exchange for an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden, a Democratic president candidate, and his son Hunter, who sat on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian gas company.

The Trump administration has alleged, without evidence, that while in office, Biden pressured Ukraine to fire a prosecutor presiding over an investigation involving Burisma. Those claims have not been proved to be true.

Trump blasts 'Never Trump' Republicans as 'human scum' .
President Trump on Wednesday excoriated so-called "Never-Trump Republicans" as "human scum" as he seeks to solidify Republican support of him amid an ongoing impeachment inquiry. "The Never Trumper Republicans, though on respirators with not many left, are in certain ways worse and more dangerous for our Country than the Do Nothing Democrats," Trump tweeted. "Watch out for them, they are human scum!"The Never Trumper Republicans, though on respirators with not many left, are in certain ways worse and more dangerous for our Country than the Do Nothing Democrats.

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