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MSNBC

“They are so angered, so frustrated, so annoyed that the rule of law, or laws, apply to them,” David Plouffe says of former President Trump’s aides, as Steve Bannon surrenders to authorities after indictment. https://t.co/Tr9BtHmjNx

HuffPost

The former White House aide’s podcast mates complained that he had to wear handcuffs while awaiting his court hearing on criminal contempt charges. https://t.co/VBQ48mWYer

MSNBC

.@MaddowBlog: GOP leaders may have "payback" on their minds in the wake of Bannon's indictment, but to what end? Is it realistic to think the White House will be nervous about congressional subpoenas in response to forgettable conservative outrages? https://t.co/KrkXr6PCGy

MSNBC

Steve Bannon, former adviser to former President Trump, vows to go on "offense" and defends his decision not to appear before the Jan. 6 select committee after appearing for contempt of Congress charges. https://t.co/NagNjlIBy3

CNN

Steve Bannon won't be detained before trial on charges of contempt of Congress after he failed to comply with subpoenas from the House committee investigating January 6. https://t.co/Z8O4acvwhZ

CNN

"Donald Trump is tightening his malignant hold on American politics as Joe Biden battles to stabilize his own problem-plagued presidency by celebrating the kind of political win his predecessor never managed." Analysis by @StCollinson https://t.co/Eqqq3ltOsk

New York Times

President Biden is set to sign the $1 trillion infrastructure bill into law on Monday afternoon at a White House ceremony, where he will be surrounded by lawmakers from both parties. https://t.co/69FAQjOi2h

New York Times

Steve Bannon, a former senior aide to Donald Trump, turned himself in days after he was indicted for contempt of Congress for refusing to provide information to the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. https://t.co/8IGTwm2TPy https://t.co/XsOUIHMTgU

New York Times

In Opinion “Hello from Covid quarantine, Gail, breakthrough-case edition,” Bret Stephens says in his latest conversation with Gail Collins. “It’s been six months since my second shot of Moderna, and — presto! — I got it.” https://t.co/WEUkoVK9ZV

MSNBC

JUST IN: Former Trump adviser Steve Bannon surrenders to federal authorities in Washington, DC, where he's facing 2 charges of contempt of Congress. https://t.co/lGRmFLTdAb

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CBS News

Steve Bannon faces contempt of Congress charges for rejecting a subpoena by the House panel investigating the Capitol insurrection. But no one has been convicted of that charge since Watergate. @LevinsonJessica explains how the case could reveal "limitations of the legal system" https://t.co/dFqNlVjy8M

NBC News

Opinion | Trump adviser Steve Bannon's indictment and arrest is a win for the rule of law. https://t.co/sY13dx3Z5a - @NBCNewsTHINK

CBS News

WATCH LIVE: CBSN's "Red & Blue" has news and analysis on the infrastructure bill, Steve Bannon's court appearance and other top political stories. https://t.co/oSTqxmDACZ

ABC News

NEW: "This is going to be the misdemeanor from hell," Bannon told reporters outside federal court. "They took on the wrong guy." https://t.co/w4yXPUm78Y

CBS News

Steve Bannon speaks to reporters after first court appearance for contempt of Congress charges: "We're tired of playing defense. We're going to go on the offense on this." https://t.co/cwwn3pu3e8 https://t.co/rSKUrsIXO2

Bloomberg

Steve Bannon is released without bail after his arraignment on criminal contempt charges stemming from the House's Jan. 6 investigation was postponed to Thursday https://t.co/q2e7EdUfby

CBS News

In Steve Bannon's first court hearing Monday for contempt of Congress charges, he had to surrender his passport and was given strict limits on travel outside of the Washington, D.C. area. His next appearance was set for Thursday. @CBS_Herridge reports: https://t.co/cwwn3pu3e8 https://t.co/kKrLwihhEK

Washington Post

GOP lawmakers say Democrats, by pursuing contempt charges against a Trump ally, are paving the way for them to go after Biden aides if they retake the House in 2022. https://t.co/A3B52TaXgY

Politico

Steve Bannon surrendered to the FBI following his indictment on contempt of Congress charges https://t.co/OyeNbkxTHn

USA TODAY

“I want you guys to stay focused, stay on message," Steve Bannon said as he surrendered to federal authorities Monday. "Remember, signal, not noise. This is all noise, that’s signal.” https://t.co/EpbqUahO7J https://t.co/zMHqUCtxxP

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The Hill

Steve Bannon: "We've got the Hispanics coming on our side, African Americans coming on our side, we're taking down the Biden regime. [...] I want you guys to stay focused, stay on message. Remember, signal not noise. This is all noise." https://t.co/v6vK5MVImx https://t.co/bCqLvWIpHG

The Hill

WATCH: Steve Bannon surrenders after indictment on contempt of Congress charges https://t.co/vWrqLWPJaD https://t.co/N6a7f1OVtx

Reuters

Steve Bannon, longtime adviser to former President Trump, lashed out at President Biden and others, seeking to portray the criminal charges over his defiance of a congressional inquiry into the deadly January 6 Capitol riot as politically motivated https://t.co/EbXi02OC2p https://t.co/ys7ummmFo4

The Hill

Steve Bannon: "This is going to be the misdemeanor from hell for Merrick Garland, Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden. Joe Biden ordered Merrick Garland to prosecute me from the White House lawn when he got off Marine One." https://t.co/Z8gNKdSrBm https://t.co/aObIEfkT9g

The Hill

Defiant Bannon warns of "misdemeanor from Hell" for Biden https://t.co/kjZmeu97wr https://t.co/hypWTiwa1o

Associated Press

Steve Bannon's indictment on contempt of Congress charges is the first in the U.S. since 1983. Here's a look at why the government has historically been reluctant to pursue such cases. https://t.co/Yc4DFFYy8u

Newsweek

Bannon's lawyer said, "What [Bannon] means by offense is we're gonna challenge this affirmatively. We're gonna fight to defend his rights." https://t.co/0yr71uPcSN

Reuters

LIVE: Outside court where Steve Bannon appears on Capitol riot probe charges https://t.co/ZbErD53JH1

Reuters

Steve Bannon, the former White House adviser, turned himself into the FBI before a scheduled court appearance to face charges after refusing to cooperate with the Congressional investigation into the deadly January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol https://t.co/q1wMH7c5YU https://t.co/PMdb9XpsOe

Reuters

Steve Bannon, a longtime adviser to former President Donald Trump, turned himself into the FBI to face criminal charges handed down amid a congressional probe of the deadly January 6 attack on the Capitol for refusing to cooperate with the investigation https://t.co/q1wMH7c5YU https://t.co/D7jjmWrq9L

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Washington Examiner

Steve Bannon hit out against the "misdemeanor from hell" as authorities released him Monday, with prosecutors not seeking to detain him prior to trial. Bannon will be arraigned next Thursday. https://t.co/5eupc4BBba

Washington Times

UPDATED: Trump ally Bannon surrenders to authorities after contempt indictment https://t.co/jE56L4P44N

Wall Street Journal

Steve Bannon surrendered to the FBI. The former Trump strategist had been indicted for defying a House subpoena in the Jan. 6 investigation. https://t.co/qY4As6BhW2

Washington Examiner

#BREAKING: Steve Bannon surrendered himself to an FBI field office Monday morning. "We're taking down the Biden regime," he said. https://t.co/haaiSg4pa3

Washington Times

Trump ally Bannon taken into custody on contempt charges https://t.co/jE56L4P44N

Washington Times

Adam Schiff says Bannon indictment will force Trump allies to comply with Jan. 6 probe https://t.co/N8wz1iJc16

Washington Times

Anti-Trump Republican cheers Bannon indictment: ‘You cannot ignore Congress’ - https://t.co/NzutDQPmav - @washtimes

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Newsmax

"You can call him Obi-Wan Bannon." @SebGorka on his former White House colleague Steve Bannon becoming a "national folk hero." @Stinchfield1776. https://t.co/HXsPjggSAj

National Review

Steve Bannon surrendered to the FBI on Monday on two criminal contempt charges that were leveled against him for refusing to cooperate with the January 6 committee. | by @carolinedowney_ https://t.co/HJH87hQs34

Fox News

Bannon appears in court after being charged with contempt of Congress https://t.co/LavnIOXiRR

Newsmax

STEVE BANNON: "I'm never going to back down and they took on the wrong guy this time." https://t.co/rba92rV7Y3

Newsmax

Longtime adviser to former President Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, turned himself in to the FBI on Monday to face the first criminal charges for refusing to cooperate with the Jan. 6 investigation. https://t.co/vgQIk7ybn7 https://t.co/YK7JBmjkpO

Fox News

'SNL' audience groans at 'Weekend Update' jokes about Kyle Rittenhouse, Steve Bannon https://t.co/LkvOibjw4q

Newsmax

Former Trump WH Chief of Staff @MarkMeadows, like Steve Bannon did, defied a subpoena from the Jan 6 House select committee, and he speaks out to @SchmittNYC. "This is an attempt to really keep the focus on Jan 6 and not on their failing Biden administration policies." https://t.co/vugWrwv4iP

Newsmax

Steve Bannon can't answer questions about the Capitol's security failure, or officers who waved on protesters and allowed all hell to break loose on January 6th, but the DOJ still harasses him with a "ridiculous" indictment: Greg Kelly Reports. https://t.co/wITv4HbZVB