There’s no denying that Steve Bannon’s nationalist strategy helped propel Donald Trump to the White House.
Now, Mr. Trump’s former chief strategist is turning his attention to the European Union and next year’s parliamentary elections. Bannon has set up shop in Brussels hoping to help topple what he sees as the EU’s liberal establishment. Something government supporters say would sound the death knell for Europe’s political and monetary unions.
CGTN’s Nathan King reports.
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Italy is the “center of the political universe” and its coalition government "will change global politics," according to Steve Bannon https://t.co/aAvk1rYlOM
— POLITICO Europe (@POLITICOEurope) September 23, 2018
Trump’s former chief strategist Steve Bannon has moved his focus across the Atlantic to court Euroskeptic populists https://t.co/R9uHNYqR9V
— POLITICO Europe (@POLITICOEurope) October 2, 2018
France's Marine Le Pen distances herself from Bannon, saying only Europeans can 'save Europe' from being controlled by Brussels https://t.co/BEDWSXvpNk
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) October 8, 2018