Rosie Gray, White House correspondent for The Atlantic, discusses the latest stories surrounding the President on this episode of Federalist Radio. They talk Trump’s deals with Democrats, Steve Bannon’s departure, Breitbart, and the role of Twitter in newsrooms.
“It’s still very unclear what the wall is and what it would look like,” Gray said. “This is another point at which it’s going to test Trump’s base supporters…if they’re not getting anything they were promised, how far do they stick with him?”
Gray said she thinks Steve Bannon probably didn’t get as much accomplished in the White House as much as he would have liked. “At Breitbart he is fully in control…that he can direct to do basically whatever he wants,” she said. “Breitbart and Bannon are almost becoming the policemen…that are holding Trump accountable to his base.”