Its surprising how much you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit
This is a video well worth the 40 minutes it takes to watch. It's particularly interesting because it is from CNN's Anderson Cooper, son of the fashion designer, Gloria Vanderbilt. Cooper has lived the privileged life is now scorns for others all of his life. He's a man adept at twisting the facts, but then, he works at CNN so what else is expected of a man who wants to keep his cushy job. Not that we object to success. We just object to the wildly successful people who got a big leg up from associated fame, not nessesarily because of talent or qualifications who then criticize others who did the same.
Steve Bannon, formerly with Breitbart and then the Trump Campaign has some of importance to say about current events. Set aside the time to watch this video in toto.
This is one of the most fascinating interviews I've ever heard. Hope you people have actually watched from start to finish with Bannon. Skip that early part and the last part. He's telling us what is coming.
Bannon handled the interview brilliantly. Cooper's only weapon was to interrupt Bannon when a question Cooper had asked was going against what Cooper expected/hoped would happen. Full points to Bannon!!!