In the main text of the piece, it notes that in the new forthcoming Wolff book, Bannon is said to have had an unflattering nickname for Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law:
Kushner, whom he privately referred to as “Fredo,”
the traitorous brother of “The Godfather.”
A correction at the bottom of the page, however, shows that the original version of this piece mistakenly included a Tolkien reference:
It's easy to see how the confusion might arise, given that Bannon is a Tolkien fan, as I touched on in an earlier post about the weird phenomenon of the Alt-Right's recent embracing of JRRT. And as such we wdn't expect him to call someone he was belittling by Tolkien's hero's name.
Here's the link to the original story
current reading: the A. A. Milne biography, which is over 500 pages but feels much longer.