Five Star Movement
Italy just voted on a referendum and in local elections. The country's fragile coalition government came out stronger, but the far-right still made its presence known.
Luigi Di Maio shared images of his face cropped onto a photo from 'The Crosby Show', as well as a film featuring actors in Blackface.
Instead of the new elections he wanted, the populist strongman has found himself dumped out of government and facing plummeting poll ratings.
"France has been the target of repeated criticism, baseless attacks and outrageous declarations"
"I risk three to 15 years in prison for blocking illegal landings in Italy. There are no words.”
The health minister said she has "chosen to open the door to other deserving personalities.”
Salvini is spreading "dangerous and fake news."
"Now they almost certainly face the prospect of a strong populist result at the next election and potentially adverse reaction from financial markets."
“I am very honored and I will do my best.”
"What we’re seeing is profound political change driven by groups of voters who feel very anxious about the identity issues of immigration, national security, and terror.”
Steve Bannon traveled to Rome on Thursday to investigate the populist and far-right parties playing a defining role in Italy's election.