Sunday Talks: Steve Bannon -vs- Maria Bartiromo…

Steve Bannon appears on Fox News to discuss the ongoing impeachment issues with Maria Bartiromo.  Within the discussion Bannon highlights the larger position about how Trump’ America-First foreign policy is antithetical to the one-way interventionist model that ultimately provides U.S. politicians with a process to sell their office to the benefit of foreign governments.  The Biden-Ukraine issue is a direct example of that process.

Everything about POTUS Trump’s policy is against the business model that allows DC politicians to trade U.S. foreign policy for their own financial benefit.  Trillions at stake.

Bannon correctly points out that only public pressure is going to force change upon the swamp. President Trump is a vessel for a process to stop DC corruption; but the DC politicians themselves will never vote to diminish their own interests. That’s the issue with the republicans in the Senate during an impeachment trial.

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On the Democrat race I agree with Bannon on 90% of his presentation, except I would replace “centrist” with Wall St (multinationals) and Hollywood. The Dem party is fueled by multinational interests and Hollywood support that is aligned with China and multinationals et al. With Biden falling they are trying Buttigieg; if that doesn’t work, they’ll need someone to hold/protect their interests.

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142 Responses to Sunday Talks: Steve Bannon -vs- Maria Bartiromo…

  1. redthunder238 says:

    That last sentence is key, we all know she’s coming back.

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    • Countrywatch says:

      No, it will be Michelle Obama, I think.

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      • need24give says:

        It doesn’t matter who they bring in. By the time the election comes around, it won’t be safe for any of them to walk down the street.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Patience says:

          Either one; flip a coin………..,They got rich through politics. PERIOD
          Both are selfish, lyin’ control freaks.

          Would be one fun campaign season though. OMG!!! lol

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        • ms doodlebug says:

          If his rallies are an indication, the same voters who secured the presidency for PDJT in 2016 would be out in force against either of them.

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        Stop it. Michelle Obama is not EVER going to run for POTUS.

        It may have made for a few good jokes, but it’s time to move along. There’s not even enough time to list all the reasons why.

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          Curious as to why you think this. Because she said she’d never run? I wouldn’t give here word any credence at all. The left loves her and so do the suburban soccer moms.

          The ongoing fight for the Obamas to take out the Clintons within the Dem party is obvious. I’d be shocked if they don’t run her and wouldn’t be surprised if the plan isn’t to run her for Senate in MA when Warren runs – they just bought a house there.

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          • Peoria Jones says:

            She’s lazy, angry, and not real smart. She has more than she could have ever asked for right now, with a new venture in film and the unquestioned propaganda that goes with it.

            No way does she want to expose herself to questions about foreign policy, domestic finances, or her mysterious bulge.

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            • swissik says:

              Ah but she can pronounce “arugula” and knows what it is. Plus she has the best looking upper arms don’t you remember?

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            • lydia00 says:

              Expose herself to whom? Who would dare ask her such questions? Her presidency would be a figurehead one. As to her or Hillary, I think both would expect to be demanded by their party.

              And as we have seen many, including Republicans, declare that running for president is protection against being investigated.

              What happened to the year of the black woman announced after Trump won? I fully expect a big surprise at the Democrat convention. or at the very least be smart enough to prepare for one.

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              • Judith says:

                Apparently, the Year of The Black Woman has quickly morphed into the Year of the Man Eating, Baby Killing, Pussyhat Sorority Slut.

                Not sure who the Dimmies will run under that coveted mantle, although I’m sure there are many to choose from.

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          • name required says:

            obama is going to hang
            michelle can’t afford to get herself caught up in that – and who knows what else
            and then there is, getting their kids dragged in

            she don’t wanting to be sitting in hillary’s situation – especially under the added laws of campaigning – especially again,when it bust open and it’s every dem for themself

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            • willthesuevi says:

              No former President is going to “hang”, or even do one day of community service, for anything they did in office.

              Ain’t gonna happen. There isn’t one single Republican in the entire apparatus that would entertain that thought. Let alone a Democrat.

              Peoria Jones is right. Michelle will not run. Why? She is not power mad like Hillary. She is lazy, incompetent, and comfortable. She hates scrutiny. She loves adoration. Her current life has far too much upside to jeopardize it with a run for public office.

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          • Padric says:

            I don’t think there’s a chance she runs. Every single news article that I read about her that wasn’t set up as some powder puff “ain’t she great?” nonsense all said the same thing: She hated living in the White House. It was one of the big reasons why she took so many trips and vacations.

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        • Michael Jones says:

          First of all, “she” would have to prove “her” sex.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I’ve thought they were grooming Michelle for awhile now, although I figured they’d wait til 2024. The whole book and speaking tours are to get her ready to run for office. The IVF disclosure was a hedge against everyone asking questions about why there are bo pics of her pregnant. None. Not one.

        I’d imagine a lot of what we are seeing now is infighting in the Democratic party to remove the Clintons as the standard bearers of the party and remove any vestige of power they have for the Obamas.

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      • dd_sc says:

        Michael Bloomberg

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      • legtingle says:

        JMHO, but it always WAS BIG MIKE O…that is until Trump tapped Barr to rip off the scab. She is toast now, because she is tied to Barry, who may not go to Gitmo, but will be exposed for the disgusting POS coup plotter he is. If this theory is correct, the 17+ doofus brigade of Dem contenders were just unleashed to eat each other up and get rid of pesky issues, so old Big Mike could swoop in, be a ‘healer’ and not answer anything of import. Now IT is out, the Dems/Swamp/etc., have a real problem. Who is there to swoop in now? I see the rest of the clown car falling off week by week….now they are just vying for V.P. to WHOEVER. Another guess: Commie Pete Butt is the chosen one. Look up his father to see how he was raised. Another red diaper baby, just like Obama. Maybe this has been in the works for a long time. GET YOUR POPCORN.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Yep, she is going to “drafted” into running by the DNC to avoid the 2016 fix primary claim. Hillary will make a Hollywood entry into the DNC convention with the Obamas spreading rose pedals in her path.

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    • No, she’s not. Nor is Mooch.

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  2. Tl Howard says:

    So the question arises, “When will it be necessary for POTUS himself to phrase it just the way Bannon and Sundance do?” I have to believe Turtle is quite happy with his leverage over Trump right now.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      No way Turtle allows a questioning of the Bidens as Bannon fantasizes. That would be akin to indicted himself and other senators and reps. Further, don’t expect a majority of voters to “see” the truth all by themselves. They still watch ABC, NBC, CBS.

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    • Kiltartan! says:

      I’d like to see Steve Bannon get a Sunday Morning Talk Show on Fox News to replace Chris Wallacce. Steve is multiple times more articulate and knowledgeable than Wallace. Bannon is very, very competent.

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  3. nonameisme says:

    Bannon has nailed it – is the half of the country that votes democrats just still too stupid to understand this?

    Liked by 9 people

    • They’re beyond stupid. They are firmly brainwashed into believing Orange Man Bad and everybody else good. The few I have spoken with are impossible to communicate with. Their brains are rocks that have been calcified with leftistmedia lies. I will keep on talking, but I am really praying A LOT.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        There is absolutely no talking to them anymore.

        Liked by 4 people

        • botchedcasuality says:

          There is a you tube video, defector s former KGB infiltrator/propagandist. He talks about the efforts to infiltrate the US and how successful indoctrination is. He said it is so successful that once imbedded even if a person sees the opposite of what they have been taught, they are unable to accept it. Only a crisis can (sometimes) cause such an indoctrinated person to consider another view. Crisis meaning loss of shelter, food, heat and general safety/life. https://youtu.be/bX3EZCVj2XA

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          • Judith says:

            People who are paying attention to all the nuances may be absorbing some truths that will take a bit of time to accept. That is what our subconscious minds are for: to sort out all the daily intrusions that we aren’t quite ready yet to deal with on a conscious level.

            For example, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, both high profile celebrities with millions of fans, continue to defy the hive mindset and compliment President Trump. This impacts their followers.

            Although I agree it is a difficult process, people can and do break free of indoctrinated beliefs. I’m still waiting for many of my FAUX- educated Republican friends to accept the UNiparty for what it is. #walkAway

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    • MGBSE says:

      Yes…The majority…60+% of RAT voters are welfare leeches, illegals, convicted felons and High School Certificate “graduates”… they are TOTALLY ignorant of facts…and do not care about anything other than their social media – celebrities, music, sports etc…if they vote, they vote democrat …because everyone in their social media environment votes democrat.

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    • GB Bari says:

      In a word – yes.

      90% of those stupid voters are stupid by means of having allowing themselves to be propagandized into entrenched ignorance by the Commie Leftwing eneMedia, Pop entertainment industry, communist-infiltrated academia, and Social Media platform content Nazis (Google, Fakebook, Twittle, Instacrap, BlueTube, etc.).

      The other 10% have a heavy financial interest in destroying both President Trump himself and the concept of Trump (American First, not aligned with NWO Communists / Globalists). .

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  4. Maxwells Silver Hammer says:

    “Bannon told the special counsel’s office how Trump took interest in finding the 33,000 missing Hillary Clinton emails that she said she had erased from her private server, according to the documents. Neither Bannon nor Gates said they knew the Russians had stolen the Democratic documents, but believed foreign nationals had done the hacks.”

    Can’t believe Bartiromo didn’t ask Bannon about the Mueller notes released by the DOJ per a FOIA request from CNN. Bannon was happy to tell Mueller anything he wanted to hear about collusion. Remember him telling Michael Wolf the Trump Tower meeting with Don Jr and Fusion GPS was treason?

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    • albertus magnus says:

      Bannon did a great job today but nobody should EVER think that he is for PDJT. He is for Bannon and will work the MAGA patriots when it suits his own purposes. Because he shares our values (but not our integrity and loyalty to PDJT), expect to see him sounding like a MAGA supporter for the next 12 months until after the election.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I was wondering where we stood with Sloppy Steve. I was surprised to see him come back around – that seems to be evidence for what you are saying.

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      • grainofsalt2 says:

        Cannot stand Bannon gushing on Gabbard and saying that she is America First?!!

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        • bentley1blog says:

          grain…I agree on that he was gushing. Way too much for my liking. No Gabbard is not for America First. She is in lockstep with the Dims re: abortion, open borders, health insurance for the illegals plus free cell phones, computers, schooling, housing, food stamps, etc. She is after all a leftist along with her charming Senator from Hawaii.

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    • CarolynH says:

      Sorry Wolfe is known for making stuff up. I would prefer to hear it from Bannons lips, not what Michael Wolfe claims he said.

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    • JRD says:

      Yeah, keeping dividing Trump supporters. That’s exactly what the Communists want.

      Your first mistake is believing the Weissmann’s notes.

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    • lydia00 says:

      So is Bannon the guy that brought Michael wolf into the White House? If yes, why!

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  5. If they are deluded enough to think Buttigieg is going to be anyone’s answer for anything they are going to Inherit the Wind.

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  6. deepdivemaga says:

    For those unaware, Bannon has a new daily podcast (Monday-Sunday 9am EST) about what’s going on everyday with impeachment.

    WarRoom.org

    He will be doing this show every single day until President Trump is acquitted from this impeachment scam! Very informational and solid podcast, highly recommend.

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    • albertus magnus says:

      HE will work our anger as long as it suits his purposes. Everyone should enjoy his insights while not forgetting that he is and remains a snake in the grass when it comes to being loyal to PDJT.

      Liked by 5 people

      • iswhatitis says:

        Agreed.

        Him; Glen Beck, and Ben Shapiro are at the top of that list for me.

        Liked by 4 people

        • CarolynH says:

          Then you have not been watching Beck lately.. the old Beck is back – check out his latest podcast series – he has perfectly laid out what is going on – in particular he nailed Chalupa as being in the middle of this clear back in 2015.

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          • iswhatitis says:

            CarolynH says: “Then you have not been watching Beck lately.. the old Beck is back..

            You’re not the only to say this of late.

            Usually I ask, “Where’s the mea culpa”? No one has yet posted one in reply.

            BUT, by surreptitious luck I stumbled across the following about three weeks ago while looking at other things:

            Glenn Beck reveals how he grew to support Trump (8 minutes)

            Additionally (IIRC), Brad Parscale himself has shared that one recent Glen Beck “whiteboard” video.

            So, after watching that youtube video I posted, above, I have come to an updated, revised, position on Glen Beck:

            I still don’t trust him – trust takes time to build (particularly from a position of “never trust”, instead of, say; “don’t know him well enough to trust”).

            But he’s no longer on my “never trust” list. He remains, for now, on my “don’t trust” list (there is a difference ).

            I’ve decided I will refrain from totally flaming him (as I have been known to do in the past ; example: https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/10/05/october-5th-2019-presidential-politics-trump-administration-day-989/comment-page-2/#comment-7425117 ); and instead will watch and see what he does.

            In the meantime, I still don’t trust him.

            However, I am also open to see if he builds trust going forward.

            Time will tell for me…

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            • GB Bari says:

              Well stated.
              Same goes for me.
              Welcome Beck back into the pool.
              But keep an eye on the water around him.
              If it starts to turn dark blue, get out.

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          • botchedcasuality says:

            Yes, Beck is doing what he is good at, illustrating the facts on a timeline. Like a great history professor I once had.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I agree. I was so disappointed in him. Both him and Mattis have been the biggest disappointments to me so far in terms of turn coats.

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        • oldumb says:

          They are traitors? LOL. Interesting perspective on freedom of thought. Don’t agree100% with POTUS Trump and you are a turncoat.

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          • Deb says:

            You really seem ill informed. Maybe go insult people on a different site.

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            • oldumb says:

              Oh, I am ill informed because I think people can disagree on some issues without being branded a traitor? Sorry I am not uni-think. I am MAGA, but part of MAGA is freedom…of thought and speech. I am also able to take disagreement without wanting the other person to “go away”, you know.. snowflake style.

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      • C says:

        albertus magnus – your animosity toward Bannon doesn’t reconcile with his actions.

        What exactly and how exactly would this be suiting his purpose?

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      • Payday says:

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      • oldumb says:

        His Job is not supposed to be loyalty. That is for people that cling to cult of personality. Steve Bannon is about strategy and insight. He is not a toady water carrier.

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    • nats1mom says:

      Cool! thank you deepdivemaga! I registered with the site to receive their podcasts. I found WarRoom.org site very interesting.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      It is important to highlight the excellent guests they have been having on to talk strategy.
      The guests have greater and more reliable insight than Bannon, Jason Miller, and Raheem Cassam, imo, and it helps convince those, like myself, who no longer trust Bannon.
      Those Buzzfeed FOIAs really did it for me and trusting Bannon. What a putz.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Thanks. Will check it out.

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    • bessie2003 says:

      Did not know this. Thanks. He has a new fan.

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    • FH says:

      Hmmmmm… trying to piggyback on Jim Quinn… good tactic.

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  7. Tony D says:

    https://warroom.org/ Steve B website for podcast.

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  8. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    I love Bannon. I can only imagine him in the WH, though. He’s not a politician and doesn’t have to hold his finger up.

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  9. ALEX says:

    Some of the best speeches of 2016 campaign were collaborations of the Presidents long held economic views with the economic nationalism Bannon has espoused.

    For years Sundance and Bannon have been two of the best at exposing the economic interest behind this grand globalist cabal and how it drives almost everything in our daily lives.

    It’s no coincidence the 30 year Nevertrump Taylor is all over this. He’s another Atlantic Council leech.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Correct. Add in Steven Miller!

      But the Inaugural Address was very dark … wow … likely too much.

      I see – FINALLY – both Bannon & POTUS mentioned USMCA. There have to be examples beyond “Do Nothing Democrats” – which I like!

      – No USMCA – 200,000+ jobs!
      – No USMCA – means we don’t regain 75,000 auto jobs [Michigan]
      – No infrastructure – jobs! Quality of Life!
      – No bipartisan plan to lower drug prices! [Seniors]

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  10. CharterOakie says:

    He got a lot said in that interview. Well done, Steve.

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  11. Jack B. says:

    Steve Bannon is a great speaker. He opens his mouth and an effortless, vivid torrent of MAGA rhetoric pours out.

    Liked by 7 people

  12. evergreen says:

    I view McConnell as holding all of this over his head as an insurance policy against himself and other GOP senators from being removed from office either via primary or prosecution. Once either of the two processes become visible to the senators, they unleash the house to deliver the gift to the senate, at which point they make their move. If they are removed from office via political means, then they will keep their treasures and earn payoffs from the Party apparatus, having acted as reliable foot soldiers. If they become objects of prosecutorial investigation, they will be funded and cleared by the Party apparatus. All they have to do is play the game: cozy up to Trump until such time as they can make their move.

    Romney just happens to be particularly dumb about keeping his powder dry. A Pierre Delecto characterization here would be apropos.

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  13. Zippy says:

    “Bannon correctly points out that only public pressure is going to force change upon the swamp.”

    Exactly what I’ve been saying here all along. There is NO WAY a hopelessly corrupt system will ever truly reform itself without the public demanding it… or probably even then. Thus, we have:

    1. The ZERO Spygate perps even simply indicted in the over 1000 days of the Trump administration
    2. The super late in the game attention (maybe) to Joseph Mifsud who could have obliterated the Mueller farce from day one
    3. The past (and likely future) lack of results from too-specifically-limited, slow-walked “investigations” designed to avoid investigating adequately along enough paths to reveal the coup conspiracy within any ONE investigation, thereby avoiding the necessary connections of enough pieces of the puzzle to reveal the full, MASSIVE criminality of the coup attempt.
    4. Complete inaction in support of Trump beyond the spewed promises of so-called “Republicans” within CONgress.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      It has to be PERSONALIZED for every mother and father, every grandfather and grandmother, that politicians have sold your kids’ futures to the communist Chinese and even those whose back accounts haven’t been enriched have remained silent….out of fear, I suppose.

      Good teachers KNOW this: never assume your students understand what you are saying. If you make a generalization (American politicians have sold the futures of your offspring) you have to lay out the steps by which they have and ARE doing it.

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      • Another Ian says:

        The three “tellems”

        “Tellem” what you’re going to “tellem”

        “Tellem”

        “Tellem” what you told ’em

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          Thank You!!!! The “Trump is Perfect Crowd” misses this!

          He’ll give a 2-hour entertaining, hilarious, energetic speech to a rally of 20,000 people … and only spend 30 seconds talking USMCA?! Really?

          Colossal missed opportunity, especially given the TV audience and highlight clips.

          USMCA begets jobs
          USMCA drives manufacturing.
          USMCA manufacturing has a MASSIVE JOBS ***MULTIPLIER***.
          USMCA helps the Midwest.
          USMCA helps farmers.
          USMCA protects us from China dumping.

          POTUS needs to explain this … or does he want to waste another year?

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          • Dutchman says:

            Perot Condervative;

            And the idiots who constantly attempt to find fault with “Trump”, when the fault is with them for
            A), not understanding political realities, B) not understanding PDJT and how he operates, despite to many to list examples of how he has operated, and consistently played to win.

            In this instance, every time PDJT publically advocates passage of USMCA, he reinforces the resitance to passage, as its seen as giving him a win.

            One would think anyone confident of their own political acumen, to publically post “President Trump should”, would understand such a basic political reality.

            And, there are real questions as to whether PDJT wants USMCA to pass, or whether he is A) using it as a political albatross to hang around the “do nothing Dems”, for political advantage and B) as a way to end NAFTA, NOT as the trade deal he actually wants.
            Bilateral with Mexico, and formalising, as a part of the trade deal, that THEIR interdiction of immigration AND DRUGS, on an ongoing basis, is a necesary part of any deal.

            Things which have NOTHING to do with Canada. Make a SEPERATE deal with them, focused on our issues with THEM, like 297% tariff on our dairy.
            Something Mexico has NOTHING to do with.
            And, he stopped the backdoor loophole for China products tobe funneled throughboth Canada and Mexico.
            Let Trump be Trump.

            I realise this post is like talking to a wall, as I have attempted to help people see Trumps genius before, and come to the conclusion some are just too obtuse to ever “get” him.
            But, gotta try,…

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            • the5thranchhand says:

              Dutchman, thank you for your concise post as to how President Trump works and why. He is really straight forward in all his dealings.

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              • Dutchman says:

                When dealing with straightforward people, he is straightforward.
                When dealing with others, or unknowns, he STARTS by dealing with them in a straightforward manner, until they prove themselves to be untrustworthy, unethical, dishonest.
                Then he crushes them, by allowing them to self immolate.
                Fascinating to watch it play out.

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      • Austin Holdout says:

        We resorted to this for our 5 kids old enough to vote: “Dems win, our retirement goes down, taxes sky high and our ability to help you when your cars break down, job doesn’t work out, downpayment isn’t enough, etc. goes to zero. Trump wins and life goes on as usual”. I don’t think it’s bribery if it’s just stating the truth.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      So agree. All points you enumerate are relevant to the Banana Coup Circus.

      No perp walks of Obama Admin Spygate criminals is the major primary enumerated point that is, IMO, a point that is telling. Until the political culture can have the courage to expose and punish the criminal acts, NO incentive exists to not re-try the same concocted trap.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        Guys like Brennan and Clapper have to be made objects of scorn but that becomes difficult when they can say they were taking orders from a media “icon” and hero to many, Obama. It is virtually impossible to turn HIM into that object.

        The way black women feel about him is such that you’d have to have video of him repeatedly mistreating his children and cheating on Michelle to get them to turn.

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      its because the weapon trading to other countries is process that needs heavily “redacted” means.

      its obvious the military complex recruits congress and lets them share in the profiting.

      the President is haulting this funding of Iran so there is little funds for terrorism there… the second supply route is through Ukraine that is funneled into the middle east (guess).

      So this is why the entire congress freaked and said we need to stay in Syria, and the Weapons need to be sent to Ukraine (only now since ISIS funding was stopped). the congress is working on behalf of an assad overthrow and they will not stop no matter who the People Elect.

      Unless the President can teach the People about this – and i dont know what comes of that. I personally think the Military Industrial Complex is not truly an American thing.. i think it is more rogue and UN related. Vindman will turn out to be some disaster associated with weapons running. to bad the DOJ just indicted that bank Unicredit or whatever its called.

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    • LoonsCall says:

      luuuuuv Tom Fitton & all that he exposes.. he is an amazing person & ripped as well.. did anybody get the Seinfeld puffy shirt vibe..

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      • LoonsCall says:

        he speaks so well.. he is brilliant.. but got distracted by his shirt sleeves, more particularly the top of his right sleeve.. am not a shallow person but.. well, maybe i am.. throw a jacket on maybe or stick to the usual t-shirts, dunno.. that shirt seemed to take over the whole interview

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  14. Zippy says:

    “Falsehood flies, and truth comes limping after it, so that when men come to be undeceived, it is too late; the jest is over, and the tale hath had its effect.” – Jonathan Swift

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    • Dutchman says:

      “A lie can run all around the globe, while the truth is lacing up its running shoes.”
      Famous saying.

      The thing is, lies are ‘sprinters’, by nature.

      And the Truth, by its nature, is inherently a Marathoner.

      So, while the saying is accurate, it ignores “the REST of the story”, which is that once Truth does get its running shoes laced up, it can easily, steadily catch up to the lie, and put one of thos running shoes, 4 1/2 feet up the lies as,….backside!
      Just takes a little time, to shorten the i itial lead. Lies, being sprinters, simply can’t go the distance.

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  15. rmramerica says:

    Very good interview. Wish Bartiromo would allow longer time segments to thoroughly discuss these topics, especially with someone who is so involved and understanding of the political dynamics that has been occurring. Bannon is really good at explaining Trump’s positions and intentions. He’s a really sharp guy and very interesting to hear. Unlike the cast of dopes Fox and the Fox network “personalities” trot out each week. A lot less of Bartiromo and much more of Bannon.

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    • GB Bari says:

      In this ***particular*** interview, IMHO, Maria did a lot less interrupting and proselytizing than usual. I thought she gave Steve the open mic for a fairly decent amount of time. Steve seemed to understand the limited length of the segment because he spoke fast but his statements were loaded with substance (“red meat”) and avoided useless banter.

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  16. PCS says:

    The institutional opposition to Trumpism is running out of options. Quickly, it appears.

    I’m sure there are still a lot of rabbits in that hat but the portion of the public that is paying attention is on to them as, most certainly Team Trump.

    So, do they get drastic and try false flags (more of them it some of the past efforts were such a thing?)? Or do they try a more direct route and try to assassinate the President?

    It’s warming up, any way you slice it.

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  17. Lenfb says:

    Steve Bannon – War Room

    https://warroom.org/

    There are currently 15 episodes. They can also be found on uTube at the following link.
    https://www.youtube.com/user/JohnFredericksShow/videos

    Here is episode 1.

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  18. Bannon, Bartiromo and Fox in general seem rather enthusiastic about Tulsi Gabbard. Weird.

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    • Shop says:

      Nothing weird.

      Tulsi is campaigning on the Democrat side against the Deep State establishment for a America First foreign policy of ending the endless Regime Change Wars that both Republicans & Democrats have championed for decades. Bannon is also promoting exactly this policy change as is Trump. They are aligned on this objective.

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      • El Torito says:

        Yet she voted for Pelosi and Shift impeachment inquiry.

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        • steph_gray says:

          AND she is an economic IDIOT full-on socialist! C’mon!!

          I was shaking my head about Bannon’s mention of her, thinking maybe he had a little crush (yep, she’s cute).

          But then, just before posting this, I read two comments below what Sentient said.

          Things that definitely make you go hhm! If this is true, Tucker Carson’s and Howie Carr’s crushes on Tulsi should end up serving the same purpose… 🤔😆

          It’s all good.

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      • bentley1blog says:

        So she says. Remember it’s election time and try not to forget what else she stands for. Not so great!

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    • Amy2 says:

      Yes I wish Fox would quit giving her air time. She’s only there for one reason, to get votes.

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    • bessie2003 says:

      My impression is that Mr. Bannon’s comments on Ms. Gabbard just ended any chance she had of making it in the Democrat party.

      There’s just no way the TDS crowd will accept anyone into their midst that received good comments from the MAGA side of the universe.

      Well played Mr. Bannon, well played!

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      • GB Bari says:

        LOL!

        I hope you’re correct.

        Gabbard is a Leftwing Trojan Horse with an attractive female face. She may well have served her time in the military strictly as a resume enhancement for those unaware of her real ideological leanings. It wouldn’t be the first time that’s been done..

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      • bentley1blog says:

        Thought I heard her say during her interview something about her being perfect as a VP???

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  19. Shop says:

    Bannon is always clear. He gets the political zeitgeist and he gets what the core changes that are required in policy & politics. The heart is the ending of Regime Change Wars & the Deep State that thrives on the corruption around it and putting wood behind the arrow on the existential threat – the Chinese Communist Party.

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  20. Carly says:

    I don’t think I can follow this stuff any more. It tears up my nerves. Not to mention the roller coaster of emotions – we got ’em, but the left is stronger, and back and forth, back and forth. All we can do is pray and continue to work hard and share what we know and vote. We have very little control, though, once folks get into office. There is so much we know about DC and the graft and misdeeds and corruption, and the DOJ, even if it was 100% pure, which it isn’t, can only address a small fraction of it. The little people know it, the DOJ knows it, and all of Deep State knows it.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      I thought the same thing today. I’m tired of my up and down emotions. Hard on the mind and, at my age, the body.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        Just think about this as if it were a war. It really is a war, a new kind of war. We’d better get used to it too if we don’t want to go back to swampy politicians retaking control of the country.

        So if we’re in the middle of a war, which of course nobody wants to be in but hey that’s where we are at the moment …. what kind of citizen do you want to be? Do you want to be tough? Lift morale? Be positive and strong and encourage others to be the same? That’s how I want to be. Don’t give in. Yes it’s difficult, frustrating, maddening. Don’t give in.

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        • Judith says:

          I can’t ignore it to get on with my life, either, because it IS happening. I just try to stay positive, in the sense that God has a plan for us and we may not understand it, but it’s there. His plan will not fail.

          It is too easy to get discouraged when I lose sight of the big picture. But I see good in the world every single day, along with the bad. Maybe I can’t change everything, but I can change something.

          I thank God every day for President Donald John Trump.

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      • Steph_Gray says:

        Remember that some of the negativity is natural to some treepers – it’s simply the range of human nature – and some of it is RolCon.

        A day or so ago I saw a comment in which some RolCon was angrily spewing the usual it’s-all-over-we’re-doomed stuff, but in addition, nastily attacking those of us who dare to have optimism and hope. The funniest part was that it was accusing us of being “shills.” I had no time when I saw it to enter a response.

        Sorry but I am an optimist who looks for silver linings and how to solve problems, no matter how small the gains, no matter what.

        And so, I believe, is our great President. I follow his example.

        Any who dare to say we haven’t the right to be optimistic can get stuffed!

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  21. Asciimom says:

    They’ll need someone to hold/ protect their interests. Who is exactly is the “they” in this sentence?

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  22. Carly says:

    Last spring I went to the Meadowlark Botanical Gardens in Fairfax and strolling along without a care in the world were Bruce and Nellie Ohr. For all I know they were there in a dirty meetup with other intel. Or they were just enjoying a day in the fresh air among Fellow Travelers in Northern Virginia, which is packed with lobbyists and government contractors and wealthy donors of lefties who would praise the Ohrs as patriots for their seditious acts. Sickening.

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  23. SD, to your point on no viable candidates; fake moderate Gabby is looking at a 3rd party run. So who was ll she take the most votes from. And of course they can always Jill Stein her adding her votes to the DS not nominee.

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  24. bessie2003 says:

    For the first time in my life I believe I’ve just witnessed, through this interview, the meaning of the phrase “He just set the table”;

    laid down the gauntlet would be another apt phrase.

    Never really understood how Mr. Bannon fit in to the Trump Agenda, now I do. This man is like those people built to fight; when not fighting not quite sure knowing what to do with themself but give one ounce of a whiff of battle, he’s there in a heartbeat with a clarity of focus that is hard to define.

    Really honored to have been able to witness this new phase of the battle to drain the swamp; have a feeling it’s going to be an epic battle, no guarantees of the outcome, but everyone, including all of us mere citizens, are definitely going to be all in.

    Glad I watched this interview; usually would have skimmed past anything with Mr. Bannon. Not anymore; he’s going to be a valuable part of this next phase of drain the swamp.

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  25. Kent says:

    It’s really very simple…our congresscritters have sold us out to the Chinese for four decades…they’re covering their sorry asses and using our money to do it…
    and they CONTINUE selling us out to the Chinese…..

    They get rich and the American people wish for jobs….as in good manufacturing jobs not waiting tables in a greasy spoon…

    Trump is trying to bring those jobs back here AND thwart the Chinese menace….

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  26. I have loved Bannon for many years. Smart, insightful, talented. That being said, I have no idea what went sideways with his brain and behavior from 2017 to 2018.

    As great as President Trump is, on any team you need “Glue Guys”. Guys that fill in the crevices for whatever needs to be done on any given day. Those that are generally unselfish and willing to take one for the team any day any time. Those for whom winning is more important than individual accolades.

    Play great defense on Adridge, Kobe, Durant, Lebron in a single playoff run (Shawn Marion 2011). That “Glue” is how you win a championship. Jordan doesn’t win all of those titles without Scotty Pippen. Draymond Green helped the Warriors win more than most will ever realize. Almost every championship team has these “Glue Guys”.

    There just have not been enough “Glue Guys” on team Trump.

    Many of us at the CTH are “Glue Guys”. I just do not understand how President Trump has such as tough time finding people that he can depend on each and every day?

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    • GB Bari says:

      Answer to your last question…..

      The problem that President Trump – the quintessential DC Outsider – faced after arriving at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. is that MOST of the people who have knowledge of the Swamp, HOW the Swamp works, who’s WHO in the Swamp, and what the Swamp THINKS about various topics, are people who have worked **IN** the Swamp.

      And the vast majority of people who have worked IN the Swamp and survived for any reasonable period of time, are general people who eventually became **ALIGNED** with the Swamp, either in thought, or ideology, or friendships and allegiances, etc. However many Swampians are adept at hiding their underlying motivations and can fake their enthusiasm to work for our President. This is what I believe has happened on many occasions.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I just do not understand how President Trump has such as tough time finding people that he can depend on each and every day?

      Were you around in the beginning of his Presidency when he picked Sessions and Tillerson and some other people we all thought were going to be great? For a variety of reasons, a lot of the people Trump chose have not worked out well. Some were unprepared to deal with the TDS-afflicted swamp. Others were prima donnas who didn’t understand that Trump is the boss.

      Trump is the first real President we’ve had in many decades. Prior puppet Presidents had their cabinets and other high positions filled for them by their handlers.

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  27. ezgoer says:

    Trump’s biggest fault has not been having a Personnel Czar who would ensure that all hires and appointees are supporters of the MAGA agenda. There is no viable personnel function that i can see. The majority of hires are NeverTrump or Deep State stooges. Trump seems to have no clue that many of his key hires/appointees oppose his policies. This has greatly constrained what he is able to accomplish. General Kelly, Nielsen and Wray are key examples.

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  28. covfefe999 says:

    I think the Dems fired off this impeachment nonsense too early. They have failed at every other attempt to take Trump out, and they will fail at this one too. It’s an entire year before the election, there’s no way Trump is going to be impeached and the info that comes out during any reasonable impeachment process (which would eventually occur) will damage the Dems, not Trump. I can only think that the Dems launched impeachment early because of Barr and Durham.

    I remain optimistic. The only thing that worries me is the 2020 election. People, you all need to vote straight GOP down your entire ballot. Elect Trump and give him GOP majorities in the House and Senate. Don’t blow this.

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