Salon – As President-elect Donald Trump shrugs at criticisms over his choice of self-described“alt-right” firebrand Steve Bannon as his senior policy adviser, some companies are suddenly being touchy about their advertisements appearing on Breitbart.com, the far-right website Bannon led until his move into Trump Tower in August.
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