Published: Mon, January 08, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Steve Bannon apologizes to Trump in statement, touts effort to preach 'Trumpism'

Steve Bannon apologizes to Trump in statement, touts effort to preach 'Trumpism'

On Wednesday, Trump shot back with an official statement from the White House claiming that the former chief strategist had little to do with his victorious campaign.

You can see Trump's full response in the video above. White supremacists use the term "globalist" as a euphemism for "Jewish" a the group targeted by Bannon includes former Goldman Sachs banker Gary Cohn who, like Kushner, is Jewish. "If they were stronger, hopefully, you would not have something like that happen", he said.

Donald Trump began his Saturday morning by advising the world he is a "very stable genius" and calling his two greatest assets "mental stability and being, like, really smart".

Wolff's book, published Friday, paints Trump as a leader who doesn't understand the weight of his office and spends his evenings eating cheeseburgers in bed, watching television, and talking on the phone to old friends. In an August appearance on CNN's "State of the Union", Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said he and his colleagues had grown increasingly concerned about Trump's mental health.

Among the stores that sold out of the initial batch of the book was Vroman's Bookstore at 695 E Colorado Blvd.in Pasadena, said head book buyer Sherri Gallentine. "But there is nothing in the US Constitution or on the law books that says the President has to have the kind of conventional empathy, magnanimity and grace that we have come to expect of presidents in the twentieth century [Nixon excepted]". "We receive a lot of phone calls".

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He added that there was "zero" chance Trump Jr.

A store clerk at Calabasas-based Barnes & Noble said the shop will receive about 35 copies by January 19.

Professor Jackman said book would have less impact on Republicans than what might emerge from special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russian interference in the 2016 USA presidential campaign.

Lisa Kingsley, the owner of Books On The Boulevard in Sherman Oaks, which sells used books, said the release of the popular book prompted her to order a few new books.

The book quickly sold out in shops in the USA capital, with some even lining up at midnight to get their hands on it and others circulating pirated copies.

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