Michael Wolff's explosive book, "Fire and Fury" has about 1000 damning and alarming revelations. To some on the left, it's more "Yep, that's exactly how it appeared, funny to see it confirmed," but most, including me are in utter disbelief that Trump is in fact even MORE impotent, petulant, and mean than his outward, odious persona gives off.
But I noted one point Bannon made, one which many seemed to have overlooked. Bannon said that if Kushner, Mannafort and Trump Jr. were going to "treasonously (Bannon's word)" meet with Russians, they should have been smart enough to do so at a Motel 6 in New Hampshire or some other innocuous place because then they could have denied it more easily.
Think about that for a moment. Bannon is saying "you guys are so stupid, why didn't you at least be smart enough to give yourself a way to cover it up?" Now, to be fair to Bannon, he said HE would have called the FBI, he didn't say he wouldn't have taken the meeting, he just would have taken it in some out of the way place. Bannon called the meeting treasonous and dumb as s***, but he also gave us an insight into how the Republican "Alt-Right" and for that matter, leadership, thinks. Go get dirt if you can, but find a way to cover it up. He SAYS he'd have gone to the FBI, sure he would have... does anyone really believe Bannon didn't hear about this afterward? Why didn't Bannon go to the FBI? He gave himself and the Republican party's attitude away. Using a foreign adversary to stick a dagger in a Democrat is perfectly fine, doesn't matter if it's illegal, after all THEY would do it to you (no evidence of that of course), but make sure you can lie about it.
Bannon is more like Trump than he thinks and Trump is a child full of angry fire and petty fury.