President Donald Trump's former White House chief strategist claimed the infamous "go back" tweet is not racist.
Author Alexander Nazaryan claimed the president "almost welcomed" the idea of bringing his controversial former campaign manager back into the fold.
"In a dogfight, you say that dog's got 'gameness'" Bannon said.
Donald Trump's reign will "end in tears," Michael Wolff tells CNN.
Michael Wolff's new book "Siege" reportedly quotes Steve Bannon's cutting assessment of his former boss President Donald Trump, who he calls "crooked business guy."
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon is spending the EU elections in a key battleground country.
"Bannon is addicted to the rhetoric of general war on China," the Global Times newspaper said.
The nationalists Lega Nord, led by Steve Bannon ally Matteo Salvini, were criticized by Luigi Di Maio, leader of their populist coalition partner the Five Star Movement.
"All the McKinsey guys, all the Booz Allen [Hamilton] guys, all of the law firms, all of the accounting firms, Goldman Sachs, my old firm, all of the commercial banks, all of them" have assisted the Chinese Communist Party, Steve Bannon said.
Film director Alison Klayman told Newsweek that the former Trump chief strategist's ideology was "disingenuous" and "irresponsible."
Interviewing Gabbard on the Late Show Colbert directly asked the candidate why she had been praised by Banon and Duke, a white nationalist.
"I believe that we're going to enter into an extraordinary time in American politics," Bannon added.
"I'm a big boy who understands how the way this business works. But please, sir, don't ever, ever tell me again that I wasn't fired," Christie said he told Trump.
The Stand Up to Racism campaign group said Bannon's invitation was "legitimizing racism."
Bannon says Europe's right-wing extremists will become the continent's new political elite.
"I'll never be a staffer. I'm the first daughter," Ivanka Trump said to Steve Bannon, according to Bob Woodward's new book.
"These people ought to be controlled, they ought to be regulated," Bannon said.
"I still support what he said," former White House strategist Steve Bannon told The Hill this week in reference to Trump's claim there was "blame on both sides" for the deadly Charlottesville rally.
"And here's the program: Ground game to support Trump's presidency," former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said in a Politico interview.