President Trump sat down with his former advisor, Steve Bannon, for an episode of War Room on Real America’s Voice, where he discussed his newest bestselling book, “Letters to Trump,” and the impact of the 2016 presidential election.
Bannon asked the president if his 2016 victory was a “line of demarcation” that caused his former celebrity friends to spurn him. Trump responded that this probably happened earlier, “more with the announcement” in 2015.
Despite the raging hatred that celebrities now seem to foster toward Trump, he noted that 2016 was a triumph for the ages. “That was a great victory, a victory like nobody’s ever seen before, let’s face it,” he said.
Trump recently expanded on his 2016 victory at the Lee County GOP Dinner in Florida, telling Republicans that right before he won the presidency, “Republicans were on the verge of losing this nation forever.”
In his conversation with Bannon, he pointed out that the current state of the Union was less than rosy, slamming the “sick” weaponization of the justice department and the American devolution into a Communist country under the Biden regime.
“What they do is, they’re unbelievable with cheating on elections – with you I don’t have to worry about saying that, because if you say on Fox, they want to cut you out,” Trump continued to Bannon. “They cheated on elections.”
In Trump’s new book, he includes a collection of 150 private letters that he received over four decades, ranging from Hollywood celebrities like Oprah Winfrey and world leaders like Former President Bill Clinton.
RSBN reported in April that the book opened at number one on Amazon, adding another bestselling publication to the president’s list of achievements.