Legal Fight Brewing Over Steve Bannon’s Academy in Italian Monastery

Steve Bannon plans to turn a 13th century Italian monastery outside of Rome into an “Academy for the Judeo-Christian West,” where he can mold cultural and political “gladiators” to carry out his fight against liberal elites, Islam and socialists. But Italy’s culture minister thanks that might not be such a good idea and is seeking to stop Bannon’s plans.

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White House Staffers on Edge as Trump Eyes Another Shake-Up

President Donald Trump is tired of being told “no.” Six weeks of staff churn and pronouncement shocks reflect a president who has grown increasingly confident on the job and more trusting of his instincts. After 14 months in the Oval Office, Trump is more comfortable bucking the advice of White House staffers and congressional Republicans, and that is increasingly putting even his allies on edge.

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With 2018 in His Sights, Bannon Emerges as Laser-Focused Political Strategist

Breitbart News CEO and former Trump strategist Steve Bannon is not a man that inspires mixed emotions. He is, to Republicans and Democrats, among the most polarizing figures in contemporary politics. But as the 2018 midterms loom, he’s also emerging as the consummate political strategist of the bare-knuckle age.

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Protests to Greet Bannon Ahead of Charleston Speech

Katie Preston couldn’t believe her eyes. Eleven months ago she’d been shocked into political activism by the election of Donald Trump as president. Now, on a Facebook timeline, she was being told that Steve Bannon, executive chairman of Breitbart News and chief architect of Trump’s victory was coming to her hometown for a Friday night speech at the Citadel.

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Records Suit Sounds Alarm on Trump National-Security Concerns

A Newsweek reporter has brought a federal complaint to access records on President Donald Trump’s classified briefings, as well as details on how the government investigated the likes of Stephen Bannon for a security clearance.

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