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Wednesday, 13 December 2017

You're FIRED!

Well folks, now that the Republicans lost a Senate seat with the defeat of Roy Moore yesterday it's not taking any time at all for the long knives to come out.

I don't doubt this will reflect badly on Donald Drumpf, but the most immediate casualty of yesterdays fiasco was Steve Bannon!

Yes, that's right kids, the same Steve Bannon who two days ago was still the self-proclaimed darling of the Alt-right.
Republicans are lashing out at former White House strategist Steve Bannon after the party's stunning election loss in Alabama.
New York congressman Pete King urged the party to "dump" Mr Bannon, saying: "His act is tired, inane and morally vacuous."
The Breitbart News chief is blamed for egging on President Donald Trump to back Roy Moore, who lost on Tuesday.
Mr Bannon vowed in October to challenge "every Republican incumbent".
But despite all the criticism, Mr Bannon is defiant.
An unnamed source close to him told Bloomberg: "This doesn't stop Steve's war against the establishment.
"All it does is pour gasoline on top of it."
Representative King launched a highly personal attack on Mr Bannon on Wednesday morning.
The Republican congressman tweeted: "After Alabama disaster GOP [the Republican party] must do right thing and DUMP Steve Bannon."
He added: "If we are to Make America Great Again for all Americans, Bannon must go! And go NOW!!"

Mr King later appeared on CNN to say the former Trump adviser "looks like some kind of dishevelled drunk that wandered onto the political stage", even though Mr Bannon reportedly abstains from alcohol.
The congressman also attacked Mr. Bannon's "weird alt-right views", which he said did not represent conservative values.

Hopefully, this will be the start of something big!

The way I see it anyway!
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