By Earnest Jones   |  11-19-2016   News
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President-elect Donald Trump appointed Stephen Bannon as the White House chief strategist for his administration; well, several conservatives and liberals have alleged that Stephen Bannon is a white nationalist. The White House Chief strategist responded to these allegations in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter in which he completely denied those claims.

In the interview, which took place on Tuesday at Trump Tower, Steve told Michael Wolff the website’s media columnist that he is not a white nationalist. Instead, Stephen Bannon criticized the globalist movement saying that it had created the middle class in Asia by gutting the American working class adding that he is an economic nationalist.

The presidency of Andrew Jackson had a wave of populism that the former Breitbart News executive has compared with the president-elect’s presidency. Stephen Bannon has made a statement that the president-elect’s administration is going to build a new political movement where everything will be related to job opportunities.

Steve also expressed his awareness of the fact that the conservatives are not receptive of the idea; he said that he has a concrete plan on how he is going to for a trillion-dollar infrastructure plan. The plan will strive to create opportunities by introducing negative interest rates throughout the world and as a result, the crucial manufacturing activities such as iron works and Ship yards will be revamped. Bannon added that the whole process will be as exciting and greater that the Reagan revolution in the 1930’s; Bannon described this revolution as a constituent of populists and conservatives in as economic nationalist movement.

Stephen Bannon made this statements two days after the president-elect appointed him as Chief strategist of the White House, Reince Priebus was also appointed to serve under the president-elect’s administration as the White House chief of staff. Most liberals have agreed with the president-elect’s decision to appoint Reince Priebus as White House chief of staff as they said that Mr. Trump had made the right decision. However, liberals and conservatives too have criticized Donald Trump’s decision to appoint Stephen Bannon as the Chief strategist.

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