The right-hand pressure group of Steve Bannon will be launched next month

The former chief strategist of President Trump, Steve Bannon, will launch his right-wing lobby next month, while the former adviser tries to influence the European elections.

The former chief strategist of President Trump, Steve Bannon, will launch his right-wing lobby next month, while the former adviser tries to influence the European elections.

The former CEO of Breitbart, a far-right news website, has joined forces with Raheem Kassam, a former adviser to Nigel Farage, to launch The Movement.

It is believed that the Brussels-based group is targeting far-right political groups, such as the French Front National, the German AFD and the Spanish Vex.

The moment of the beginning of the pressure group takes place before the elections to the European Parliament in the spring.

The former chief strategist of President Trump, Steve Bannon, will launch his right-wing lobby next month, while the former adviser tries to influence the European elections.

The former chief strategist of President Trump, Steve Bannon, will launch his right-wing lobby next month, while the former adviser tries to influence the European elections.

Mr. Kassam told the Sunday Express: "The level of interest … is immense. We are not yet in a position to announce who the partners will be.

"We are still in discussions with these people about whether it is a formal structure or an informal relationship.

"We are in the process of generating detailed information from surveys and other data, focusing on the largest countries in the EU.

"What should be emphasized is that we do not go to countries that tell them what to think, how to campaign or what issues they should promote.

All you have to do to be part of the Movement is to believe in the sovereignty of the nation state.

"We will work with anyone, as long as they believe that Brussels has gone too far in taking control of national parliaments and wants those powers to be redressed."

The former CEO of Breitbart, a far-right news website, has joined forces with Raheem Kassam (pictured), a former adviser to Nigel Farage, to launch The Movement.

The former CEO of Breitbart, a far-right news website, has joined forces with Raheem Kassam (pictured), a former adviser to Nigel Farage, to launch The Movement.

The former CEO of Breitbart, a far-right news website, has joined forces with Raheem Kassam (pictured), a former adviser to Nigel Farage, to launch The Movement.

Bannon believes his new organization rivals George Soros' Open Foundation, which has given away $ 32 billion to liberal causes since it was established in 1984.

The non-profit organization will be a central source of polling, message counseling, data selection and expert group research.

Bannon told the Daily Beat that he was convinced that the coming years will see the end of decades of European integration.

"Right-wing populist nationalism is what will happen, that's what will govern," he said. & # 39; You're going to have individual nation states with their own identities, their own borders & # 39;

He said he held talks with right-wing groups across the continent, from Nigel Farage and members of the National Front of Marine Le Pen in the west, to the Hungarian Viktor Orban and the Polish populists in the east.

The architect of Trump's populist nationalist campaign and his electoral victory, Bannon was dubbed the "Prince of Darkness" and the "President of the Shadow."

His economic nationalism became the axis of Trump's policies, even when many of his other ideas were rejected by political rivals.

After the arrival of the new Chief of Staff John Kelly, Bannon's constant confrontations with other advisers became unsustainable, as did his ties with the extreme right, which led to accusations that Trump fomented racists. Bannon left the White House last August.

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