During the 2016 campaign, Steve Bannon discussed working with Roger Stone

During the 2016 campaign, Steve Bannon discussed working with Roger Stone

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From the June 15, 2016 edition of Sirius XM Patriot's Breitbart News Daily:

STEVE BANNON (HOST): How did Huma Abedin, with parents like that, how do you get a security clearance? It just cannot happen, it’s not the way the system works. 

ROGER STONE: One has to assume that Hillary Clinton has pulled strings for her. But this is a superb question for Hillary herself. Hillary needs to be asked about Nasif, needs to be asked about the trust, needs to be asked about Huma’s relationship to both of them. I can already tell this is going to be politically very, very incorrect, but before the campaign is over, I suspect Huma will be as well-known as, say, oh I don’t know, Juanita Broaddrick. 

BANNON: Out there for the David Brocks and the Keith Olbermanns, there’s a lot more information that we have on the situation. We’re working with Roger Stone; there’s a lot more information that’s going to be detailed and rolled out. 

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BANNON: By the way, we’re going to be relentless. Hey, and guess what, David Brock and Keith Olbermann, we already know some of the answers. So we’re going to drip this out, and you’re not going to like where we’re going with this because we have factual information

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