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'Steve is now unchained': Bannon reportedly thinks the Trump administration is a 'sinking ship' and he now plans to 'go nuclear'

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Former chief strategist Steve Bannon, who was ousted from the White House on Friday , is reportedly planning his next steps and intends to go "nuclear" with his grievances with the Trump administration.
"Steve is now unchained," one source close to Bannon told The Atlantic Friday. "Fully unchained."
"You have no idea. This is gonna be really f--- bad," another Bannon ally told the magazine.
Bannon himself appeared to confirm the sentiment to Bloomberg Businessweek reporter Joshua Green, who tweeted about the conversation:
"...for Trump against his opponents - on Capitol Hill, in the media...
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Steve Bannon plans to go 'thermonuclear' on White House officials: Axios

Steve Bannon plans to go 'thermonuclear' on White House officials: Axios

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Steve Bannon is "going to war" with officials within the Trump administration, Axios' executive editor told CNBC.
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Turkish officials keep blowing the lid off Trump and Saudi Arabia's...

Turkish officials keep blowing the lid off Trump and Saudi Arabia's Khashoggi story

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Turkey on Wednesday after visiting Saudi Arabia in response to the disappearance of Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi. He and President... Read more ...

Her Parents Wanted Her to Land a Cushy Job. She Wanted to Build Their Legacy

Her Parents Wanted Her to Land a Cushy Job. She Wanted to Build Their Legacy

Editor's Note: This article is part of an oral-history series where Aaron Reiss interviewed the young-adult sons and daughters of Chinatown shopkeepers about how they are... Read more ...

InMobi acquires Sprint's advertising and data subsidiary Pinsight Media

InMobi acquires Sprint's advertising and data subsidiary Pinsight Media

Mobile marketing firm InMobi acquires Sprint's advertising and data subsidiary Pinsight Media for an undisclosed price. Read more ...

WhiteSource raises $35 million to help companies monitor open source...

WhiteSource raises $35 million to help companies monitor open source elements of their software

WhiteSource, a platform for securing and managing the open source components within software, has raised $35 million in a fresh round of funding. Read more ...

Oh My Green raises $20 million to bring office workers healthy snacks

Oh My Green raises $20 million to bring office workers healthy snacks

Oh My Green, a concierge-style provider of healthy food and wellness services, today announced $20 million seed funding round. Read more ...

Saudi Arabia reportedly plans to admit Khashoggi was murdered, and scapegoat...

Saudi Arabia reportedly plans to admit Khashoggi was murdered, and scapegoat a 2-star general for it

Saudi critic and journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been missing for 15 days, but Saudi Arabia is yet to offer a credible explanation. Saudi Arabia initially denied knowledge of... Read more ...

Here's where you can legally consume marijuana in the US in 2018

Here's where you can legally consume marijuana in the US in 2018

The United States is gradually becoming the land of the red, white, and green. Nine states and Washington, DC, have legalized marijuana for recreational use for adults over the... Read more ...

Russia 2018 World Cup provided $14.5bn boost to economy - organizers

Russia 2018 World Cup provided $14.5bn boost to economy - organizers

The Russia 2018 World Cup provided a $14.5 billion boost to the national economy, the organizing committee revealed on Tuesday as it detailed the impact the month-long football... Read more ...

It's a 'trap door': Two EU negotiators dropped clues that Britain is heading...

It's a 'trap door': Two EU negotiators dropped clues that Britain is heading into a 'no-deal' Brexit

Two on-the-record quotes from Brexit negotiators indicate that May has misjudged her adversaries in Brussels, who want to deliver an exit from Europe with no agreement, the... Read more ...

Netflix record subscriber growth sends shares soaring

Netflix record subscriber growth sends shares soaring

Netflix nabbed 7 million new streaming subscribers from July to September, a third more than Wall Street had expected. Shares rose 14 percent in after-hours trading. Read more ...