DONALD TRUMP'S CAMPAIGN BOSS STEPHEN BANNON ACCUSED OF 'ANTI-SEMITIC' REMARKS

Donald Trump’s new campaign boss has been accused of being an anti-Semite by his ex-wife, who also alleges he was emotionally and physically abusive to her.
Stephen Bannon allegedly made a series of offensive remarks while going through the process of finding a school for his two daughters in Los Angeles, his former partner Mary Louise Piccard said.
Piccard wrote in a statement including in court documents from 2007 that Bannon did not want his daughters to enrol at the Archer School for Girls in Los Angeles because of, ‘the number of Jews that attend’, the New York Daily News reports. 
‘He said that he doesn’t like the way they raise their kids to be “whiny brats” and that he didn’t want the girls going to school with Jews,’ court documents reveal.
'Anti-Semitic': Donald Trump's new campaign boss Stephen Bannon (pictured) has been accused of being an anti-Semite by his ex-wife, who also alleges he was abusive to her
‘Anti-Semitic’: Donald Trump’s new campaign boss Stephen Bannon (pictured) has been accused of being an anti-Semite by his ex-wife, who also alleges he was abusive to her
While looking at another potential school, the controversial media figure reportedly asked the director why there were, ‘so many Chanukah books in the library’. 
Donald Trump’s new campaign CEO, Stephen K Bannon, allegedly has a history of abusive behavior towards his family, according to divorce papers filed in the mid-1990s.
It comes after it was revealed on Thursday the papers claim that on New Year’s Day 1996, Bannon verbally and physically abused then-wife before scaring her out of town to stop her testifying in court.
It’s also claimed in the documents that he had refused to marry her unless medical tests proved the twins she was carrying were ‘normal,’ the NY Post reported. 
Ex-wife: Mary Louise Piccard said in court documents Bannon said he 'doesn't like the way they raise their kids to be "whiny brats" and that he didn't want the girls going to school with Jews'
Ex-wife: Mary Louise Piccard said in court documents Bannon said he ‘doesn’t like the way they raise their kids to be “whiny brats” and that he didn’t want the girls going to school with Jews’
Bannon, formerly chairman of the Breitbart News Network, was accused in the documents of grabbing Piccard – his second wife – ‘by the throat and arm.’
The documents also say he threatened to take away their girls, who were seven months old at the time.
‘I took the phone to call the police and he grabbed the phone away from me throwing it across the room, and breaking it as he (was) screaming that I was a “crazy f****** c***!”‘ the document said.
Police attended the couple’s Santa Monica Home, Politico confirmed.
According to a police report obtained by that site, they had been to counseling at the start of their relationship, after ‘three or four’ arguments turned physical.
The argument that night had started off as a disagreement over whether Piccard could use a credit card, the police report said.
It then escalated until she demanded a divorce and told him to move out; he then went to his car, at which point she reportedly spat at him and he responded by grabbing her neck and throat.
CEO: Bannon, formerly chairman of Brietbart, is now the CEO of Donald Trump's campaign. The document also said Bannon's lawyer scared Piccard away from a court case against him
CEO: Bannon, formerly chairman of Brietbart, is now the CEO of Donald Trump’s campaign. The document also said Bannon’s lawyer scared Piccard away from a court case against him
She struggled free and went to phone the police, at which point he ‘jumped over their twins,’ grabbed the telephone and hurled it across the room, the document said.
Her injuries were photographed by cops and he was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence, but the case collapsed when she failed to turn up in court. 
And that, the divorce document alleges, is because Bannon’s lawyer called her up and told her to get out of town so the case would fail.
‘He also told me that if I went to court he and his attorney would make sure that I would be the one who was guilty,’ she said of Bannon in the document. ‘I was told that I could go anywhere in the world.’
'Normal': Bannon married Piccard just days before she gave birth to these twins. In the divorce document she said he had threatened not to marry her if tests proved they weren't 'normal'
‘Normal’: Bannon married Piccard just days before she gave birth to these twins. In the divorce document she said he had threatened not to marry her if tests proved they weren’t ‘normal’
Bannon had married her seven months before, in April 1995, when she was already nine months pregnant with twins. 
‘Bannon made it clear that he would not marry me just because I was pregnant,’ Piccard said in the divorce document.
‘I was scheduled for an amniocentesis and was told by the respondent that if the babies were normal we would get married.’  
The document also says that Bannon had spanked one of his daughters, then a toddler, for hitting her head against the crib.
When Piccard intervened, it claims, he told her she was ‘f****** crazy.’
Piccard told the NY Post that she had no comment, ‘and neither does my daughter.’
And a spokesperson for Bannon said ‘Steve has a great relationship with his ex-wife and his twins.’ 
'Great': Bannon's spokesperson said he has a 'great' relationship with his ex-wife and daughters, who are now 21. Piccard refused to comment to the NY Post
‘Great’: Bannon’s spokesperson said he has a ‘great’ relationship with his ex-wife and daughters, who are now 21. Piccard refused to comment to the NY Post

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