Breitbart reported on Nov. 22 that, “Al-Qaeda’s media outlet in Yemen, a newspaper called Al Masra,” was rather unhappy with Trump’s victory.
As translated by The Foreign Desk, al-Qaeda said that Bannon is “considered a far-right person, and he is the executive chairman of the controversial far-right Breitbart website.”
“He has already published racist titles against women, Jews, and Muslims. Bannon has changed Breitbart website into far-right forum for Neo-Nazis groups who believes in the white race supremacy and anti-Semitism,” the terrorist organization’s media mouthpiece continued, warning that Bannon would bring “white race supremacy” into the White House.
According to The Foreign Desk, al-Qaeda approvingly cited criticism of Bannon from a number of “Democratic senators and organizations,” plus an adviser to one of Trump’s 2016 GOP primary rivals, Gov. John Kasich of Ohio, and independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin.