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Steve Bannon moves federal court to fundraise to support Andrew Giuliani’s campaign

Steve Bannon went from D.C. Federal Court on Wednesday to an Andrew Giuliani fundraiser at former President Donald Trump’s New Jersey golf course – praising him as “the next governor of New York to save New York.”

According to a source, Bannon said Giuliani was “born out of the patience of two warriors”—referring to Trump and his father, ex-NYC mayor and Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani.

A source told The Post that a crowd of about 100 supporters gathered to host the Trump National Bedminster Golf Club campaign, co-hosted by Rudy and ex-NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerrick.

But earlier that day, DC District Court Judge Carl Nichols slapped a motion to dismiss the criminal charges filed against Bannon after he refused to comply with a summons issued by the House Select Committee, Who was tasked with investigating what happened during January. 6, 2021, Uprising at the US Capitol. Now he has to appear in the court on 18 July.

Another source said Bannon skipped his daily, hour-long afternoon radio show, “War Room,” and headed straight for the Garden State courthouse.

Steve Bannon, a former adviser to former President Donald Trump, praised Andrew Giuliani.
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“He said we need Andrew Giuliani as the next governor of New York to save New York,” Andrew Giuliani told The Post in a phone interview on Thursday. “It was great for Steve to do that and for someone I’ve seen — to make that effort after being in federal court that morning.”

Sources said Bannon praised the GOP candidate’s four years of work in the Trump White House and noted that Giuliani came off as “mature” during the June 13 Republican primary debate.

Bannon was fired as Trump’s chief strategist in 2017. But he quietly maintained communication with officials and even Trump himself, most notably until January 6, which is why he found himself in legal trouble.

Meanwhile, Trump himself also showed up briefly for the younger Giuliani, though it was unclear ahead of time whether he would make an appearance.

“I hear you’re doing great in the polls,” Trump told Andrew in front of a crowd.

Trump has refused to endorse a candidate ahead of the June 28 primary election – neither Giuliani nor the GOP’s front-runner, Rep. Lee Zeldin.

According to a new survey from Siena College Thursday morning, Giuliani has a 50% favorability to 28% unfavorable rating among registered Republican voters—the highest of the four GOP primary candidates.

Among Registered Republican Voters, Andrew Giuliani Currently Has The Highest Gop Favorability Rating At 50%.
Andrew Giuliani has a GOP favorability rating of 50% among registered Republican voters.
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This is compared to rival candidates Zeldin, who received a 36% favorable to 14% unfavorability rating, Rob Astorino 32% to 12%, and Harry Wilson claimed an 18% to 12% margin.

Giuliani – whose campaign is struggling to raise funds – is estimated to have raised more than $150,000 in the last minute before the election.

Preliminary voting begins on Saturday, June 18, and the primary election is Tuesday, June 28.

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