What happens to the ‘Bannon Movement’ now?


Before the book ‘Fire and Fury’ now former Breitbart executive Steve Bannon was planning to challenge every incumbent Republican this year except for Texas Senator Ted Cruz. So what happens now that Bannon is out at Breitbart?

The thought from the mainstream media is that Bannon was the face of that movement, but political analyst Jacquie Baly tells KTRH that's not true at all.

“It really wasn’t a Bannon movement. President Trump started the movement by outsiders coming in, people who have never really held office, and winning the top seat in the country,” Baly explained.

So Baly doesn't think the movement needs Bannon to succeed and that if the President doesn't campaign for those outsider Republicans there are others that will.

“You have several of his advisors, and some who have left, who continue to tour the country and push the President’s non-establishment agenda,” Baly explained.

And, as for the future of Breitbart, Baly says the site will be just fine; that many of you don't read Breitbart because of Bannon.


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