Steve Bannon has never ceased to make his party proud. This time he took on the Bush family and the America elites whos only interests have been expanding their own wallets at the cost of the American workers.
Former president George W. Bush pushed himself into the limelight by openly bashing the current president of the United States, Donald Trump. The Republican party is a force to be reckoned with. With the president being Conservative and Conservative’s holding the majority in Congress, why in the world do the two former presidents (George H. Bush Sr and George W. Bush Jr) keep bashing the president?
No one knows for certain but the Bush family and Clinton’s are a pretty ‘tight’ bunch. It seems odd that as the political noose tightens around Hillary’s neck the 43rd president repeatedly has tried to bring the focus back to President Trump.
In an interview with Breitbart, Steve Bannon didn’t mince his words. Bannon addresses the elitist’s corruption and George W. Bush’s fatal errors that were made during his presidency.
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As reported by John Binder with Breitbart.
Former President George W. Bush is a “brahmin Yankee from Yale” who is “pretending he’s a Texan,” Breitbart News Executive Chairman and former White House Chief Strategist Stephen K. Bannon told the American families of illegal alien crime victims.
During a speech at the Remembrance Project conference, an organization that represents the illegal alien crime victims’ families, Bannon blasted the Bush dynasty, calling out President George W. Bush specifically on his lack of leadership on the issue of illegal and legal immigration.
“You want to know why I detest the elites of the Republican Party,” Bannon said. “Where were they? Where is Jeb Bush? Where were all these guys? Bush… Bush… Old man Bush – and the son today got a book out, you know. ‘The demise of the Republican Party, this Republican Party is falling apart. Donald Trump’s destroyed the Republican Party.’ You know why? Because finally folks like you have a say-so.”