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Bannon steps down from Breitbart News after drawing fire from Trump

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Steve, now that you have nothing else left to lose, go to Mueller and help put this buffoon behind bars.

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Stevie-boy gets the boot for speaking truth.

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Bannon was quoted in a new book about the Trump White House as calling Donald Trump Jr. "treasonous" and "unpatriotic"

It's really interesting that Trump discredits Wolff's book as being "full of lies" and "boring", and at the same time wholeheartedly believes the alleged comments by Bannon.

There's something happening here, and what it is ain't exactly clear.

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Seems like Bannon got too, too greedy and like Wolff couldn’t resist the allure of money and decided to spin and make stuff up as much as they both could and they got caught, but the big knife was worse for Bannon. He’s got no one else to blame but himself. Lies won’t get you anywhere.

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Good riddance

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Seems like Bannon got too, too greedy and like Wolff couldn’t resist the allure of money and decided to spin and make stuff up as much as they both could

If Wolff made stuff up, how do you know Bannon "got too, too greedy"?

Oh, right, because Trump tweeted so.

By the way, the sentence you are now reading is false.

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If Wolff made stuff up, how do you know Bannon "got too, too greedy"?

Because it seems now that Bannon made up a lot of stuff as well to achieve and further his own political ambitions.

Oh, right, because Trump tweeted so.

No because of things that were said in the past, the people that were fired and following the bread crumbs.

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Because it seems now that Bannon made up a lot of stuff as well to achieve and further his own political ambitions.

I see. Bannon got too, too greedy and made up a lot of stuff because he made up a lot of stuff to further his own political ambitions.

So the one truthful part of a book supposedly full of lies is the part about Bannon telling lies. And we know that because . . .

things that were said in the past, the people that were fired and following the bread crumbs.

People were fired. Ergo, Bannon got too, too greedy and can't be trusted. And some bread crumbs leading to Sloppy Steve's night kitchen.

The logic of Trumpworld is bending my mind into a pretzel. I need Sarah Huckabee Sanders or Kellyanne Conway to sort this out for me. Help!

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So the one truthful part of a book supposedly full of lies is the part about Bannon telling lies. And we know that because . . .

Not just Bannon, things Wolff said as well from various sources that know the President and have been around him and Wolff at the same time.

People were fired. Ergo, Bannon got too, too greedy and can't be trusted. And some bread crumbs leading to Sloppy Steve's night kitchen.

What?

The logic of Trumpworld is bending my mind into a pretzel. I need Sarah Huckabee Sanders or Kellyanne Conway to sort this out for me. Help!

Really, stay out of California, I think Trump is handling this as well as anyone and SHS will have no problem slamming everyone bodyslam style. Hit me! Uhhh!

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bass4funk, would you consider Steve Bannon a bad hire?

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would you consider Steve Bannon a bad hire?

I don’t know the man personally, but from what I’ve seen so far and how he conducts himself present and recently in the past, I would say, probably not.

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I don’t know the man personally, but from what I’ve seen so far and how he conducts himself present and recently in the past, I would say, probably not.

He is not of the Body Trump. He must be purged.

"There was nothing left in them except sorrow for what they had done, and love of Big Brother. It was touching to see how they loved him." -- George Orwell (1984)

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