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Bannon praises Flake opponent, slams Senate leader McConnell

WorldNews Wednesday, 18 October 2017
Bannon praises Flake opponent, slams Senate leader McConnellSCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Steve Bannon leveled a blistering attack on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other top Republicans at an Arizona fundraiser for a GOP primary challenger to incumbent Sen. Jeff Flake. The former chief strategist to President Donald Trump heaped disdain on McConnell and other incumbent Republicans, saying they are failing the country by not backing Trump's agenda and are openly critical of their own president. Bannon said McConnell and Republicans such as Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee and Arizona Sen. John McCain "are trying to destroy him every day" and fueling the populist revolt Bannon is pushing. His comments came at a Tuesday night campaign kickoff fundraiser...
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