The Most Shocking Words You Will Hear All Day About Steve Bannon [Video]

[VIDEO] Former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich was on FOX News with Neil Cavuto and the first thing that he did was join the President in torpedoing Steve Bannon. The Speaker’s estimation of Mr. Bannon’s self-worth was spicey and to the point. From there you need to stay tuned as the Speaker predicts that the Republicans will gain Senate seats in 2018 and the House will remain in GOP control. You will definitely agree as to the reason for this. Don’t miss a minute.

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NEIL CAVUTO, “YOUR WORLD” HOST: You know, this whole day seems to have been like this internal war back and forth, the Bannonites, the Trumpites, whether it’s the establishment, which is hard to say, because neither of those guys are establishment going against the renegade groups.

Anyway, I can’t make it out.

Newt, good to see you.

NEWT GINGRICH, R-FORMER SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE: Well, it’s good to see you.

I’m not sure Callista would quite buy fancy-schmancy, but she’s honored to be serving as ambassador to the Vatican.

CAVUTO: That is awesome. I mean, that’s quite the honor.

Let me ask you, though, how is this all going down, this Bannon back and forth with the White House, the president and his remarks?

(LAUGHTER)

CAVUTO: It wasn’t just a tweet. It was a very clear, delineated statement.

What is going on?

GINGRICH: Well, look, I think, Neil, first of all, Bannon has an exaggerated sense of self-importance, and the news media, of course, builds it up, because it’s exactly, in the age of the Kardashians, the kind of nonsense that they love to fill time and space……..

 


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