He was actually quite articulate and very funny. Still a Trump supporter, but much less of a kiss ass than some of the others, and willing to criticize the president on his handling of certain issues, which is a breath of fresh air among Trump loyalists. I was pleasantly surprised. One of the most interesting things he said was that he believes that Reince and Bannon set the administration up for failure from day 1 by creating a hostile climate between "globalists" and "nationalists". He was quite pessimistic at some points, and said that even during the brief period in which he was there, the WH was in disarray with extremely poor morale ("they can say whatever they want, but ..."). He also thinks that John Kelly is ultimately in danger of clipping Trump's wings in 2020 (and weakening republican advocacy in 2018). He thinks that the republicans can defy expectations and come out ahead in 2018, but are at a real risk of crashing and burning if they do not get their shit together. I recommend listening to the interview if you can find it. It was honestly pretty good. It's too bad the Mooch made such a huge rookie mistake so early on; he might have become a force to be reckoned with. edit: I misspelled Steele's name in the title. Sorry Michael.