From the November 14 edition of Rense Radio Network’s David Duke Show:
DAVID DUKE (HOST): I think that’s a good sign because I think Mr. Bannon has really been right on about a lot of issues facing European-Americans. He’s really talked about the, and supported in some ways, the alt-right, although I think they supported some of the members or so-called members of the alt-right like Milo who is not really representative of the alt-right. At the same time, he certainly understands that immigration is a destructive force in America, the western world. They have been savagely attacking Merkel and, of course, Trump himself made some pretty powerful attacks against Merkel.
DUKE: Maybe it was because if, again, if this did happen, and I’m not saying it did, maybe that he didn’t want his children to be indoctrinated with the Jewish anti-goy, anti-white narrative their entire school life about how white people are guilty of all these crimes against Jews. They don’t talk about Jewish crimes.
Bannon's ex-wife swore in court in 2007 that he “didn’t want the girls going to school with Jews...He said he doesn’t like Jews..."
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) November 13, 2016