Bannon Launches Attacks On The Republican Leadership
The former chief strategist at the White House, Steve Bannon expressed his strong stand regarding some issues that needed to be revisited by the U.S .Firstly, he expressed his dissatisfaction with the Republican congressional leadership.He proposed that time had finally come for Trump’s top economic adviser, Gary Cohn to resign since it was the honorable thing to do at the moment. Asides from that, the former top executive aired his views regarding particular issues ranging from trade to immigration.
Bannon’s interview on CBS which took about 60 Minutes was his first television interview since he left the White House. He accused both the House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) and the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) of trying to nullify the 2016 election.
The two government officials did not repeal and replace former president Barack Obama’s signature health-care law and he observed it to be a major failure. His return as the executive chairman to Breitbart News kept a lot of people at the edge, a lot of them hoping that he would implement some critical changes to the system.
Bannon made public his plan to use his Breitbart perch to bring into account all Republicans. He thought helping Trump push through his agenda was part of their obligation and time had finally come for them to do the right thing.
While speaking to CBS’s Charlie Rose, he stated, “They’re not going to help you unless they’re put on notice. They’re going to be held accountable if they do not support the president of the United States. Right now there’s no accountability.”
Bannon’s allegiance to Trump was glaring as he proceeded to criticize those members of the administration that made the “wrong move.”He wasn’t in support of their act of leaking their displeasure with the way the American President had gone about handling white-supremacist-fueled violence in Charlottesville. It robbed the country of one life and several were injured. He paid great focus on Trump’s director of the National Economic Council, Cohn. This official in an interview with Financial Times criticized Trump’s response and Bannon thought that time had come for him to resign.