After tearing into Bob Corker, Sean Hannity and Steve Bannon tonight discussed the broader battle between President Trump and the Republican establishment in Congress.
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Saying "these guys work three days a week", Bannon threw McConnell and Co. under the bus for failing to advance the president's agenda, to include repealing Obamacare, passing tax reform and an infrastructure bill. Luther Strange in the special-election Republican primary for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions when he became Trump's attorney general.
Denouncing Washington Republicans' "total contempt for the forgotten man", their "total contempt for the base", Bannon pointed to Moore's against-all-odds victory as an example of the disconnect between establishment Republicans and their increasingly alienated voter base.
Bannon told Hannity that major Republican donors now "are coming to us because they are exhausted of having their money burned up by trying to destroy people like Judge Moore". We're going to cut off the oxygen to Mitch McConnell...
"We're going to go after them", he vowed.
Steve Bannon, former chief strategist for President Trump, is putting together a coalition to challenge all establishment Republicans.
Hannity commented Monday night he was glad that Bannon was not going after Sen.
"Just voting is not good enough. Nobody's safe. We are coming after all of them and we are going to win", he said.