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Seeds of populist agenda planted in Bannon's past

The self-styled Thomas Cromwell in the House of Trump may not like where the analogy goes

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Mr Bannon's worldview hinges largely on his belief in American "sovereignty" - countries should protect their citizens and their essence by reducing immigration, legal and illegal, and pulling back from multinational agreements.

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IN November 2015, Stephen Bannon - then the executive chairman of Breitbart News - was hosting a satellite radio show. His guest was Ryan Zinke, who opposed President Barack Obama's plan to resettle some Syrian refugees in the United States. "We need to put a stop on refugees

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