Anti-Trump memes filled social media, such as pictures of a snarling cat with the words "Pussy Grabs Back" and the "Don't Tread on Me" snake image that dates to the American Revolution, with the words changed to "Don't Grab My Pussy".
Bannon said that it's acceptable to offer Trump advice on how to deliver his message, but the former White House official said that anyone willing to openly disagree with the President should step down. But it was enough to approach double-take whiplash astonishment seizing the moral high ground from Trump, which admittedly is a low bar. This black humor is more than hell, as Todd Snider sings in "Too Much to Think About". That he is "going to war for Trump".
Pardon, I see you've already met.
Bannon: I told him, "The plane leaves at 11 o'clock in the morning".
"What he was trying to say was that people who support the monuments staying there peacefully and people who oppose that, that's the normal course of the First Amendment", Bannon said.
McConnell continued, in Bannon's telling: 'He says, "I can't hire any smart people", because everybody's all over him for reporting requirements and the pay, et cetera, and the scrutiny. When Rose asked if that meant destroying his enemies, Bannon replied, "To make sure his enemies know that there's no free shot on goal". "When he's talking about the Neo-Nazis and Neo-Confederates and the Klan, who, by the way, are absolutely bad - there's no room in American politics for that".
CHARLIE ROSE: The Republican establishment? "There's no room in American society for that". He returned to Breitbart News, which he led before joining Trump's campaign. Does it end in taking down Mount Rushmore? The former Comedy Central star has repeatedly likened Trump and his policies to Nazism, depicted violence against members of the administration, and caused a firestorm this year when he referred to the president's mouth as Vladimir Putin's "c*ck holster", a remark for which CBS escaped FCC punishment. "Does it end in taking down Churchill's bust, out of the Oval Office?'"
At a meeting on Thursday on infrastructure at the White House with Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of NY and members of Congress from NY and New Jersey, Mr. Kelly told participants that Mr. Cohn would lead the meeting.
"I'm talking- obviously, about Gary Cohn - and some other people".
He named Gary Cohn, the White House economic adviser who told The Financial Times in late August that he felt compelled to "voice my distress over the events of the last two weeks".
When Rose asked if Cohn should have resigned, Bannon was firm.