Steve Bannon imposter tricks Breitbart editor into saying really weird stuff

Claudine Rigal
Août 23, 2017

The prankster then emailed a Breitbart story suggesting that Ivanka Trump had been a big part of pushing Bannon out of the White House, writing, "This was a fun read".

Following his dismissal from the White House and triumphant return to Breitbart News, it's not been clear what exactly Steve Bannon has in store for his next act.

But this week, I was outraged after reading on Breitbart that Trump and her husband, globalist Jared Kushner, vacation during times of national crisis.

"Haha. lovely stuff", replied the fake Bannon account. "So do you think you'll have them packed and shipping out before Christmas?"

"Let me see what I can do. hard to know given your description of them as evil", Marlow responded. "I don't know what motivates them".

Marlow further told the fake Bannon that he could have Kushner and his wife out of the White House by the end of the year before sharing "a personal smear about their private lives, perhaps an indication of how low the website is willing to go to achieve its agenda".

"You need to own that, just have surrogates do the dirty work", Marlow replied. He was referring to Washington editor Matthew Boyle, Breitbart London Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam, and reporter Tony Lee.

The fake account - created to look like it was Bannon's - first messaged Marlow on Sunday in an apparent attempt to fool Marlow into talking about Trump and Kushner.

[Bannon] returned to the site and led its editorial meeting mere hours after his firing was announced, and two days later Breitbart published a round of negative stories on president Trump's daughter Ivanka - someone Bannon has feuded with since day one.

"I feel jacked up", Bannon told the Weekly Standard in an interview.

Solov added: "They are fake". In keeping with that, Bannon reportedly wants former chief of staff Reince Priebus to testify to special counsel Robert Mueller that Kushner was significantly involved in Trump's decision to fire former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey in May.

Despite his assurances, Bannon's site was rough on the president Monday night. Instead, it will likely focus its ire on people in Trump's circle who had clashed with Bannon, or who are viewed as Democrats or "globalists".

Another piece was headlined "His McMaster's voice: Is Trump's Afghanistan policy different from Obama?" Is he going to rally to impeach Trump if the president cucks his base? I built a f-ing machine at Breitbart.

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