Bye bye Bannon: Trump thanks chief strategist for campaign help

Bye bye Bannon: Trump thanks chief strategist for campaign help

Bye bye Bannon: Trump thanks chief strategist for campaign help

Sebastian Gorka, the former Breitbart News writer that President Donald Trump's now-ousted chief adviser Steve Bannon brought to the White House, has become the latest senior administration figure to become the subject of forced departure rumors.

"I want to thank Steve Bannon for his service", Trump said.

'He came to the campaign during my run against Crooked Hillary Clinton - it was great!' the president adds. There's also speculation that Bannon is teaming up with fellow White House reject Reince Priebus to create a "national political/media firm".

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Steve Bannon let loose about Donald Trump's presidency on Friday night, hours after he was sacked from his position in the White House, saying in a freewheeling interview with the Weekly Standard that "the Trump presidency we fought for, and won, is over".

The White House announced on Friday, August 18, that Steve Bannon is out as chief strategist and Hollywood stars are weighing in on the decision.

Bannon, the former head of the right-wing site Breitbart News, has been under fire since he began working for the Trump campaign a year ago. "It's now a Democrat White House", one such source told Gabriel Sherman of Vanity Fair. So it seems that Kelly, a former United States general brought in by Trump a few weeks ago, is serious about fixing this dysfunctional White House - and, perhaps more strikingly, Trump seems serious about letting him do so. "Now, it's gonna be Trump", Bannon said. Bannon is convinced that others advising the president will push Trump from the ultra-conservative agenda on which he campaigned.

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"I feel jacked up", he said during an interview with The Weekly Standard. "And I think that's what we've seen with personnel over the summer", said Borick.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders in a brief statement did not explain the reasons for Bannon's departure.

Politico reports that Bannon told friends "to get ready for 'Bannon da barbarian, '" and quoted him as saying he is "going medieval" on the GOP establishment.

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