November 9, 2017
Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon urges Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to resign over his obstruction of President Trump’s agenda.
Bannon says McConnell’s resignation would enhance efficiency in Congress, allowing the GOP to solidify its support ahead of next year’s midterm elections.
The former adviser to President Trump pointed out that the House has voted on hundreds of bills, which the Senate has failed to follow-up on.
Bannon said McConnell should resign as soon as Thursday.
“About a week, you know, now they’re gonna work six days a week, they talk about cancelling Thanksgiving, they pass the budget, they’re starting to move on federal judges, but that’s all because quite frankly, we put the spotlight on Mitch McConnell, and said that this guy is not supporting the President, and he’s not supporting the President, the President needs support to drain the swamp,” Bannon stated.
He also reaffirmed his commitment to fighting the bi-partisan political establishment in Washington.
Bannon accused them of putting every effort into moderating and undermining the Trump presidency.