Steve Bannon steps down from Breitbart News
Steve Bannon has stepped down as executive chairman of Breitbart News, the company announced in an online post and a source close to Bannon confirmed to ABC News.
The letter comes after excerpts from a forthcoming book by journalist Michael Wolff about the Trump administration were made public.
The controversial radio host gives lectures in the name of free speech, but his comments on racism, LGBTQ issues and the so-called alt-right movement have made him a target for protestors.
ABC News' Martha Raddatz reports on the fallout from President Trump's Charlottesville response.
President Trump is cheering his former chief strategist Steve Bannon's return to a leadership role at Breitbart News after his forced resignation from the White House.
Hey, good morning. Straight to our top story. Another major shake-up at the white house. Steve Bannon, president trump's powerful chief strategist is out. Already back on the job this morning at Breitbart, the influential right wing news site. Overnight he spoke to "The New York Times" saying,
President trump's chief strategist Steve Bannon, a lightning rod of controversy, now out of the white house. And tonight already back at Breitbart, declaring war against the president's critzics. The country facing a fresh wave of apprehension as more racially charged protests are planned for this
Bannon resigned Friday as White House chief strategist after being forced out by President Trump and top members of his team.
John Avlon, editor-in-chief of The Daily Beast, analyzes Spicer's apologies after he compared Syria's president to Hitler and claimed Hitler did not use chemical weapons.
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump have a roughly $740 million empire; Chief Strategist Stephen Bannon reportedly made nearly $200,000 last year from Breitbart News in consulting fees.