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Steve Bannon cuts off politician who tweeted anti-Semitic rhetoric - 2017-12-27

F166.png Steve Bannon cuts off politician who tweeted anti-Semitic rhetoric December 27, 2017, Ron Kampeas, Jewish Telegraphic Agency

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Steve Bannon has severed ties with Paul Nehlen, a congressional candidate that his news site Breitbart once championed, after Nehlen expressed anti-Semitic sentiments.

"Bannon cut all ties with him and tossed him to the curb," tweeted Arthur Schwartz, an adviser to Bannon, the former adviser to President Donald Trump who has become a leading influence on the Republican right.

"He's disqualified himself," Joel Pollak, a top Breitbart staffer, said on Twitter, referring to Nehlen's "recent anti-Semitic statements."

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{{cite news | first = Ron | last = Kampeas | title = Steve Bannon cuts off politician who tweeted anti-Semitic rhetoric | url = https://www.jta.org/2017/12/27/politics/steve-bannon-cuts-off-politician-he-backed-who-now-espouses-anti-semitic-rhetoric | work = Jewish Telegraphic Agency | date = December 27, 2017 | accessdate = August 26, 2019 }}