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Steve Bannon must report to prison on July 1 after Supreme Court rejects last-ditch appeal

Donald Trump’s former adviser Steve Bannon must report to prison on July 1 after the Supreme Court rejected his attempts to stall his four-month sentence.

The nation’s highest court on Friday denied the far-right podcaster’s emergency request to stay out of jail while he continues to appeal.

Bannon was found in contempt of Congress after defying subpoenas to give evidence to the House select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol.

The former White House adviser’s sentence mirrors the one handed down to another former Trump aide, Peter Navarro, who became the first Trumpworld figure to go to jail in connection with January 6.

Navarro had similarly refused to comply with a subpoena from the congressional committee that investigated the 2021 attack, and the responses from Trump and his allies.

Bannon was initially sentenced in October 2022, but the sentence was put on hold pending his appeal.

That conviction was upheld last month, and a federal judge who ordered him to prison earlier this month agreed with prosecutors who argued that there was “no legal basis” to let him avoid it.

Several House Republicans — who have tried to rewrite the narrative of the Capitol attack and undermine the convictions of hundreds of people in connection with the assault — have pressed federal courts to intervene.

This week, House Speaker Mike Johnson — whom Bannon once called a “revolting loser” — and other GOP leadership agreed to file briefs with a federal appeals court to boost Bannon’s attempts to overturn his conviction.

Johnson said House leadership was preparing to “withdraw” the committee’s findings, claiming that former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “abused her authority” when organizing its membership.

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