Steve Bannon out of his role in the White House, and this week stepped down from his post at Breitbart News. Now, without a specific role in this political landscape we look at how the 2018 Midterms, and President Trump will fare without this political operative. Cheddar's Tim Stenovec speaks with Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro. President Trump facing backlash after reportedly delivering vulgar remarks at a meeting with lawmakers at the White house Thursday about immigration policy. Shapiro says he doesn't think the verbiage was meant to pander to the base because the words were said behind closed doors. When looking at the political landscape for the 2018 Midterm election, Shapiro says Trump still has a stronghold of the Republican base. In terms of the future of Bannon, Shapiro says it does not look bright. Bannon has lost his financial support, President Trump, and Breitbart.

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