How is Steve Bannon shaping the executive branch?
Donald Trump’s Chief Strategist is credited with drafting the first wave of executive orders, including the Muslim ban. Bannon has also been appointed to sit on the National Security Council, which critics say is an unprecedented elevation of a political advisor to a forum that weights decisions about war.
The former executive of Breitbart News, which provides a platform for white nationalists, Bannon questions legal immigration and views Islam and China as primary threats. Who is Steve Bannon and what does he plan to do with his newfound power?
Sarah Posner, reporter with the Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute
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