Breitbart News — where Steve Bannon returned as executive chairman after exiting as Trump’s chief White House strategist — led its site with three glaringly critical headlines of the speech, including one that dubbed Trump's speech a "Flip-Flop."
Reporters and editors at the site also took to Twitter to bash the president’s speech and compared his strategy to that of "Obama 2009: ‘The days of providing a blank check are over.’ Trump 2017: ‘Our support is not a blank check,'" tweeted Breitbart’s White House correspondent Charlie Spiering in a post.
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