Steve Bannon had a Toronto crowd shocked and laughing. But was he telling truths? - 2018-11-03

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F0.png Steve Bannon had a Toronto crowd shocked and laughing. But was he telling truths? November 3, 2018, Jesse Ferreras, Global News

Stephen K. Bannon, the man considered the architect behind Donald Trump's electoral victory, had a Toronto audience laughing, chortling and exclaiming as if in disbelief as he sparred with ex-George W. Bush administration staffer David Frum in a Munk Debate at Roy Thomson Hall on Friday night.

Bannon and Frum stayed mostly civil during their debate, in which the ex-Trump strategist was interrupted early on by a protester who unfurled a banner reading, "No hate, no bigotry, no place for Bannon's white supremacy."

WATCH: Protesters yell at people entering Munk Debate in Toronto with Steve Bannon

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{{cite news | first = Jesse | last = Ferreras | title = Steve Bannon had a Toronto crowd shocked and laughing. But was he telling truths? | url = https://globalnews.ca/news/4626314/steve-bannon-munk-debates-david-frum/ | work = Global News | date = November 3, 2018 | accessdate = August 10, 2019 }}