President Trump appears to be running out of people to alienate in Washington. House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have both distanced themselves from the president after his comments about Charlottesville sparked outrage throughout the country. President Trump is also facing pressure from inside the White House to get rid of Senior Adviser Steve Bannon. Many on the left see Bannon as the impetus behind the president's Charlottesville stance, while at the same time a new interview with Bannon suggests he sees the far-right as a "chorus of clowns." ELLE.com Writer Mattie Kahn says, "I think we're seeing someone who's backed up against a wall." Kahn joins to discuss all things Trump, Bannon's late night on-the-record phone calls, as well as her latest report on the Federal Prison Bureau's move to provide tampons to all incarcerated women.