“I want him to show support for the vegans in the country, not just the ones he supports.

I don’t want him [Donald Trump] to be in the position where he’s supporting some candidate that’s not vegan,” the former campaign manager, Steve Bannon, told MSNBC on Wednesday.

“I mean, I want him, if he has the stomach, to show the country that the vegans in this country are strong and strong, that they’re strong and that they are not going to be pushed around, they’re going to stand up for themselves.

In the interview with MSNBC, Bannon also said he’s concerned that Trump’s recent attacks on “vegans” will make it harder for the candidate to win back the support of the vegan community, particularly the millennial voters who he said had been the core of his success in the primary. “

But if he does, and he goes and shows the country what a champion he is, then he can get back to the veggos in the Congress.”

In the interview with MSNBC, Bannon also said he’s concerned that Trump’s recent attacks on “vegans” will make it harder for the candidate to win back the support of the vegan community, particularly the millennial voters who he said had been the core of his success in the primary.

“It’s been really important to me to make the point that this campaign has been a really success because we’ve gotten a lot of millennials involved,” Bannon said.

“And I think the vegan community, which I’ve worked with for the last eight years, has been the bedrock of this campaign, which has been really, really good for us.”