What a weekend! On Sunday, Trump began filling out his cabinet, naming Steve Bannon, best known as the editor of Breitbart, as his senior counselor and chief West Wing strategist and RNC chair Reince Priebus, best known by his anagram, Penis Rice a Roni, as his chief of staff. Stephen Colbert reviewed the personnel choices during his Late Show monologue, taking a look at Priebus's formerly ineffective attempts to rein in Trump during the campaign and Bannon's own admissions that anti-Semitism is just one part of the alt-right movement. And if you're still not sure what the alt-right is, Colbert has perhaps the best description of it so far: "Think about what's right, then think about the alternative to that."
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