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Why the GOP Should Worry About Steve Bannon

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Steve Bannon is a man perpetually at war. Last year, he went to battle against the Democrats and successfully led President Donald Trump’s campaign to victory. But in next year’s elections, Bannon has said that he will turn his wrath against the Republican Establishment. “Nobody is safe,” the chief of the far-right website Breitbart told Fox News’s Sean Hannity on Oct. 10. “We are coming after all [Republican incumbents], and we're going to win." Support for Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ken.), whom Bannon claims hasn’t done enough to roll back Barack Obama’s legislative accomplishments, will be a litmus test. Any candidate who wants the backing of Breitbart in the 2018 midterms must oppose McConnell as Senate Majority Leader. Bannon has never been popular online, but his Social score of 38 percent positive could indicate that he has enough clout to derail some Republican campaigns. And if he doesn’t overthrow the GOP powers-that-be in a swift coup next year, Bannon told Hannity that he’ll keep trying. “To take your country back, it's not just going to happen in any one election,” he said. “This is something you have to grind out day in and day out for the next 5-10-15-20 years." –Hugo Guzman



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