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The Republican Party is facing dim prospects in the upcoming midterm elections.If the Republicans continue on the path they are on," Bannon told me Thursday, "they will lose 40 seats in the House and President Trump will be impeached". He presented an alternative that strikes me as clever, and it's a strategy that Trump himself seems to instinctively get.Bannon was in Rome to learn from and provide support to the unusual coalition of populists and nationalists who together won half the vote in Italy's recent elections and are now set to govern. Bannon sees that sort of coalition – mixing left and right, old and young – as his goal for the United States. Bannon is most focused on the issue of immigration because it hits both the heart and the head.Bannon is right that this is a brilliant electoral strategy.Where Bannon is analytic and historical, Trump is instinctive.Bannon thinks Trump is just getting started in nationalizing the election around immigration.
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