2020 election

White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon OUSTED By Trump

The President is a man who demands and requires success, and when he doesn’t get his way you can expect monumental changes.

This has never been more true than it is now, as the White House has been besieged by democrats, turncoat republicans, and the radical left, all of whom have been given a wide berth by the corrupt mainstream media.

President Trump has continued to push forward with his agenda, sometimes bristling at the notions of the slightly traitorous and overtly treacherous.  When adversity hit, Trump was able to find comfort in the structure provided by General John Kelly, who promptly helped to root out some of the beltway’s bad apples of the Oval Office orchard.  No one was truly safe from the axe…

…and that included Steve Bannon.

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“President Donald Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon has been fired, two White House officials told CNN Friday.

“A source told CNN that Bannon was given the option to resign but was forced out. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed Bannon’s departure but did not say whether he was fired or resigned.

 “‘White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and Steve Bannon have mutually agreed today would be Steve’s last day. We are grateful for his service and wish him the best,’ Sanders said in a statement.

“The President has privately stewed over Bannon in recent days, including Thursday night from his golf course in New Jersey. He was furious with his chief strategist after he was quoted in an interview with the American Prospect contradicting him on North Korea and asserting that he was able to make personnel changes at the State Department.

 “Bannon’s exit comes just seven months after Trump took office and three weeks after retired Gen. John Kelly took over as chief of staff, looking to instill order in a chaotic White House beset by internal divisions, staff infighting and a storm of controversies.”
Bannon’s departure marks a seminal moment for the Trump White House, having served from the beginning of this unconventional presidency.
Where the administration goes from here is anyone’s guess.  Donald Trump’s ambitious agenda has ruffled more than a few feathers on either side of the aisle, and Bannon’s fingerprints were certainly all over much of the push for progress.  John Kelly’s influence on the President has certainly been exerted in these staff purges, and perhaps that will lead to a more structured path forward through Trump’s America First foray.

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