Bannon, Trump’s former adviser, surrenders in New York

Bannon, Trump’s former adviser, surrenders

Old USA President Donald Trump’s chief strategist, Steve Bannon, turned himself in to the courthouse in New York on new charges against him over the Mexican wall.

Speaking to the press at the entrance of the court, where he came to testify in New York, Bannon said, “This is an irony. The mayor of this city has a delegation at the border right now, they are persecuting people here.” said. Bannon argued that the accusation against him was political.

The new indictment in Manhattan comes more than two years after Bannon and three others were arrested on federal charges that they defrauded donors who had contributed millions of dollars to build a wall along the US-Mexico border.

According to the news of AA; That lawsuit against Bannon ended with the special pardon Trump signed on his last night before leaving office in January 2021.


Born in 1953, Steve Bannon served in the US Navy for 7 years from the late 1970s. In the following years, Bannon worked as an investment consultant, research project manager, and Hollywood producer.

Bannon, who manages the far-right Breitbart News website he founded in 2007, became a world-renowned face when he became the chief executive in the last months of Trump’s election campaign.

Notably, Bannon was fired in the summer of 2017 by serving as the President’s chief strategist and chief adviser for seven months during the first phase of the Trump administration.

Bannon was one of the figures behind some of Trump’s policies that have shifted to racism and xenophobia, such as imposing a travel ban on countries with Muslim populations.

Bannon, who was accused of “fraud” over the funds provided to the “We Build the Wall” campaign to build a wall on the Mexican border after leaving his job, has denied the charges against him.

Before leaving office, Trump pardoned 73 people, including Bannon, on January 20, 2021.


The Congressional Raid Special Committee was released at the end of September from former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, former Deputy Chief of Staff for communications Daniel Scavino, former Department of Defense official Kashyap Patel, and former Trump adviser Stephen Bannon on October 14 and 15. He also announced that they were requested to testify about the congress raid and coup attempt allegations.

Thereupon, it was alleged that Trump’s lawyers wrote a letter to 4 former employees, stating that their communication with Trump and related documents should not be made public due to executive privileges.

In a letter to the Committee, Bannon’s lawyer stated that his client would not testify without a compromise with Trump on the Committee’s executive privileges or a court order on the matter.

Thereupon, the House of Representatives Special Committee recommended the Department of Justice to charge Bannon with “insulting Congress”, and the Department filed an indictment against Bannon.

Bannon, who surrendered to the FBI on November 15 after the indictment, denied the charges against him.