Watch: ‘Bill Clinton Has Fingerprints All Over This’ Says Bannon Over Recent Bloomberg Report

Things are starting to heat up in the Democrat Presidential primary and it exploded over the weekend when it was reported by the Drudge Report that former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg would consider failed presidential nominee Hillary Clinton as a running mate should he get the nomination.

Page Six reports:

Amid reports that Mike Bloomberg could team up with Hillary Clinton by making her his running mate – powerful Clinton ally Capricia Marshall is joining the former New York City mayor’s presidential campaign, Page Six can exclusively reveal.

Now Page Six can reveal that Bloomberg has tapped DC-based Marshall – who was President Bill Clinton’s White House social secretary from 1997 to 2001. Under the Obama administration, she served as chief of protocol of the United States — a sensitive diplomatic position bearing the rank of ambassador — from 2009 to 2013.

Prior to that, Marshall was a special assistant to Hillary when she was First Lady in 1993. In 2006, Marshall worked on then-Senator Hillary Clinton’s re-election and then joined her presidential campaign in 2008.

Bannon appeared on Fox News “Sunday Morning Futures,” hosted by Maria Bartiromo and said that he feels that the Democratic Party has lost its way. He also said that this ticket would not be to move the country forward but would be a personal vendetta between Bloomberg and Hillary who hate President Donald Trump.

Bannon believes that former President Bill Clinton’s fingerprints are all over this to get Hillary “back in the game.” He also said that President Trump probably wouldn’t have been impeached except for the fact that Michael Bloomberg put up a ton of cash to get 30 Democrats elected to the House.

Bannon says that Bloomberg is doing a “buyout” of the Democrat party using the Clintons so he can get back at President Trump. Bannon feels that the President will beat Bloomberg and Hillary but he feels this is going to be the most brutal campaign in the history of the country.

You can watch his comments below.

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