Former White House adviser Steve Bannon was welcomed like a rock star when he walked onstage to deal with a crowd in South Carolina, however not everybody there was a fan.
Bannon delivered 45 minutes value of remarks to a sold-out viewers on the Citadel Republican Society’s annual Patriot Dinner Friday evening. He caught to his typical speaking factors, slamming “fake news” and defending Alabama U.S. Senate Candidate Roy Moore, the Post and Courier reported.
He additionally recounted highlights of the 2016 election, together with when he discovered of Trump’s White House victory a 12 months in the past: “When we won at 2:30 in the morning, the next morning I went in, it was like it was the hand of divine providence that won it.”
When Bannon pivoted to debate Hillary Clinton’s strategy to a rape case whereas she was a lawyer, the previous chief strategist was interrupted by a lady standing up and shouting.
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“It wasn’t the divine!” a protester could be heard yelling in video of the speech. She’s then seen getting dragged out of the occasion by safety because the crowds cheer.
As the ruckus settled, Bannon joked that he thought “one of my ex-wives showed up” before telling the woman: “You’re a good girl, you got the right for free speech — outside.”
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