Stephen Bannon, who served as campaign CEO for Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, looks on as Trump speaks during a campaign rally, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016, in Denver. He is emerging as the Democrats’ new favorite bogeyman.
Stephen Bannon, who served as campaign CEO for Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, looks on as Trump speaks during a campaign rally, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016, in Denver. He is emerging as the Democrats’ new favorite bogeyman. Evan Vucci AP
Stephen Bannon, who served as campaign CEO for Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, looks on as Trump speaks during a campaign rally, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016, in Denver. He is emerging as the Democrats’ new favorite bogeyman. Evan Vucci AP

Bannon emerges as Democrats' favorite bogeyman

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