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Steve Bannon Ordered to Report to Prison Before Election: Federal Judge Sets July 1 Deadline

In a significant development, former Trump advisor Steve Bannon has been ordered by a federal judge to report to prison by July 1, just months before the upcoming election. Bannon, who was convicted of contempt of Congress in 2022, faces a four-month sentence for failing to cooperate with the House Select committee's investigation into the January 6, 2021, Capitol attack. Despite Bannon's intent to appeal the conviction, the judge, Carl Nichols, deemed it necessary for him to begin serving his sentence, stating that the previous hold on the sentence no longer applies after the appeals court ruling. Bannon remains defiant and has vowed to take his case to the Supreme Court, alleging that the prosecution is an attempt to silence the "MAGA movement" and grassroots conservatives. This development raises concerns about the potential implications of Bannon's legal troubles on the upcoming election, as he joins Peter Navarro as the second ex-Trump advisor to face prison time for non-compliance with congressional subpoenas related to the Capitol attack. Stay tuned for further updates as the situation unfolds.


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