Rep. King says Steve Bannon looks like 'disheveled drunk' after Moore loss

GOP Rep Peter King: Bannon 'Looks Like Some Disheveled Drunk That Wandered Onto the Political Stage'

GOP Rep Peter King: Bannon 'Looks Like Some Disheveled Drunk That Wandered Onto the Political Stage'

On CNN, King responded to Doug Jones' win in the Alabama Senate race by trashing Bannon, who campaigned heavily for Republican Roy Moore.

Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., on Wednesday recommended that Breitbart News CEO Steve Bannon step away from national politics following Roy Moore's loss.

Republicans members of Congress and conservative media are united in blaming one person for their party's loss in the deep red state of Alabama Tuesday night: Steve Bannon.

Rep. King made similar remarks on MSNBC, saying Steve Bannon "looks like a disheveled drunk". The president also endorsed Moore, even after allegations that he sexually abused a 14-year-old girl when he was in his 30s.

GOP Rep Peter King: Bannon 'Looks Like Some Disheveled Drunk That Wandered Onto the Political Stage'

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"He does not represent anything I stand for", he continued. "He looks like a drunk that wandered on to the national stage". "Shelby, and Condi Rice and all that, Little Bobby Corker, all the establishment out there doesn't have Trump's back at all", Bannon said, suggesting they are just using Trump to eke out "a tax cut". And I think last night in Alabama was not just a political statement, that was really just a revulsion by people at his style, at his type of divisive views, which, whether they're political or governmental, whether he was involved in the White House, trying to undercut the president on his foreign policy, whether he makes - he encourages racial division.

"After doing everything in their power to throw this election to a liberal Democrat, the McConnell establishment should expect the very same America First movement that elected the president in 2016 to be out for their blood in 2018", Surabian said.

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