Randall Eliason said that Bannon, who is headed for trial Monday, may want to present himself as a "martyr" for Trump's MAGA movement.
The president said legislators need to work on new gun control measures after last week's mass shooting at a Texas elementary school.
"I think she looks good. She looks nice," Trump said, eliciting laughter from the rally crowd inside the Ford Wyoming Center in Casper.
Ellen DeGeneres's eponymous talk show comes to an end on Thursday after 19 seasons—and, in more recent years, much controversy.
Forbes wrote that an alleged ISIS operative wanted to smuggle accomplices into the country from Mexico to help kill the former president.
The former president accidentally referred to the "unjustified" invasion of Iraq while criticizing Russian and Vladimir Putin.
"The decision of one man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq," Bush said at his own presidential library.
The former president says in a video clip that he wants to see Ukraine join the NATO military alliance.
Mike Pence and George W. Bush are among those who are hoping the governor can defeat the Trump-backed David Perdue in the upcoming primary.
Judge Reggie Walton, who was first appointed by President Ronald Reagan, accused Trump of "tearing this country apart."
For more than two decades, a bipartisan collection of politicians and "experts"—call them the "Uniparty"—devoted its energy to fighting for the free flow of people, goods and capital around the world.
"The only shock and awe in Ukraine," a former Pentagon official told Newsweek, "is that of the Russian generals who were stopped cold."
A look back at how the U.S. presidents have dealt with their Russian counterpart over the past two decades.
The former secretary of state suggested Russians "bit off more than they can chew" with the invasion of Ukraine.
"Dad was nicknamed one of the godfathers of the Ukrainian revolution," Meghan McCain wrote in an Instagram post of her late father, Senator John McCain.
Obama joined former presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter in condemning the invasion.
"The American government and American people must stand in solidarity with Ukraine and the Ukrainian people as they seek freedom," Bush said.
Biden's first sit-down interview of the year comes as Democrats prepare for a hard-fought midterm election.
The two donations were made to two prominent Republicans who had supported the impeachment of Donald Trump.
20 years after the establishment of the Guantanamo Bay detention center, approximately 780 inmates have been held at the facility.
The Fox News host was unimpressed with the former vice president's comments about the Republican response to the Capitol riots.
"It's not leadership that resembles any of the folks I knew when I was here," the former vice president said.
The former president's son told a group of young conservatives that biblical teachings have "gotten us nothing."
"There is no First Amendment right to lie to people to get their money," attorney Richard W. Painter wrote in an op-ed.
Bobby Valentine is running for mayor of Stamford, Connecticut, as an unaffiliated candidate.
The former Connecticut senator received a call from Karl Rove and also received help from former Republican Senator Elizabeth Dole.
The former president and other prominent figures paid their respects to the late secretary of state.
"Remain calm. Be kind," Colin Powell, the first black U.S. Secretary of State who died from COVID-19, wrote as one of the rules.
Former president George W. Bush said he and former first lady Laura Bush were "deeply saddened" by Powell's death.
"We actually won the last presidential election, folks. They stole the last presidential election," McAuliffe said in 2004.