Actor labels Trump aide a 'bitter Hollywood wannabe'
Top aide to US President claims sackings are a matter of 'when' not 'whether', report says
The former Breitbart boss has also reportedly called Donald Trump's son-in-law a 'globalist'
It is the latest drama to beset the Trump administration
Mr Bannon is now Donald Trump's top aide
Voices among support base warn GOP healthcare plan 'a trap set for Trump'
Submitting false information on a voter registration form is a third-degree felony in Florida, punishable by up to five years in prison
'Expletive-ridden' debate in Trump's inner circle captured by CNN
'I can’t think of an issue, except perhaps Nato, where if the US simply walks away, it would have such a major negative impact on how we are seen'
Comes ahead of Donald Trump addressing legislators in Congress for first time
The battle between Trump’s version of conservatism and the conventional variety is not yet decided. It may yet be he makes one error too many and the establishment rallies its forces, and stages its counter-coup
Mr Bannon says the Trump Presidency will deliver 'an economic nationalist agenda'. But what does this mean? And should the rest of us be alarmed by its implications?
Breitbart News Network, accused of being a mouthpiece for xenophobes, racists and misogynists – and thrown into the spotlight this week by the resignation of its poster boy Milo Yiannopoulos for remarks on paedophilia – is so right wing it makes Fox News look like the BBC. Now that its former boss Steve Bannon is Trump’s chief strategist, nothing stands between its extremist stance and US presidential policy
The President’s chief strategist insists everyone's getting along just fine
White House staffers reportedly ‘gossip’ about which of their colleagues will be impersonated
Donald Trump orders publication of weekly list of crimes committed by immigrants