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07 Steve Bannon: “THE LEGACY OF THE FINANCIAL CRISIS IS DONALD J. TRUMP.”

[The financial crisis] was completely brought on by the elites of the country and Wall Street. When I got to Harvard Business School in 1983, a bunch of professors were coming up with a radical idea that’s had a horrible negative consequence on this country and to the fabric of our society: the maximization of

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