Former chief White House strategist Steve Bannon faces off with a heckler at the Citadel Republican Society in Charleston, South Carolina. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Former chief White House strategist Steve Bannon faced off with a heckler on Friday (November 10) night at the Citadel Republican Society in Charleston, South Carolina. Bannon was discussing the Trump campaign's approach to a rape case in which Trump's rival Hillary Clinton, a practicing attorney at the time, had defended a rapist who ultimately pleaded guilty to a reduced charge, when an audience member stood up and shouted something. It was unclear what the woman had said. Security removed her from the event and she was later seen on the floor of the hallway outside. As she was removed, Bannon joked that it was as if "one of his ex-wives" had showed up to collect alimony. Bannon then said "you're a good girl, you got the right for free speech outside."