Steve Bannon Is Gone, Newt Warns Trump to Make “Serious Changes”


Steve Bannon, President Trump’s most controversial White House staffer unfairly accused of having ties to the white nationalist movement, has been removed from the Trump administration, according to The Drudge Report.

Bannon said he quit. He told Sarah Carter of Circa News that he resigned two weeks ago, but the NY Times said yesterday Trump was considering firing him. Friday is his last day.

In any case, the MSM will do their best to exploit him in the hopes he will demonize President Trump. There will be book deals, invitations to MSNBC, CNN, CBS.

Trump’s “both sides” argument regarding the rally violence was reportedly championed by Bannon, but who knows.

Bannon might return to Breitbart.

The left is currently demonizing the President and calling him a puppet of Bannon’s. Bannon of course is being portrayed as a Neo-Nazi.

Perhaps this is one of the “serious changes” some Republicans have called for.

Echoing the words of Senator Corker yesterday, Trump’s loyal supporter Newt Gingrich, told Bill Hemmer on Fox News that Trump is more isolated than he realizes and needs to make “serious changes” if he’s going to have a stable presidency.

“I think he’s in a position right now where he’s much more isolated than he realizes,” Gingrich said in an interview with Fox News’ Bill Hemmer. “On the Hill, he has far more people willing to sit to one side and not help him right now, and I think that he needs to recognize that he’s taken a good first step with bringing in General Kelly, but he needs to think about what has not worked. You don’t get down to 35 percent approval and have people in your own party shooting at you and conclude that everything’s going fine.”

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6 years ago

I just read that Gorka may be out also.

6 years ago

Beware of Trump’s ‘kiss of death’, “He’s a good man”, which began with Lewandowski and has now ensnared Bannon. Who is the next ‘good man’.

We can now say the DC swamp is in full control and will Not be deterred. The leftists saw blood in the removal of Flynn, and rejoiced, and today they found the artery. The praise is across the spectrum, from the left and from the “new alt-right”, aka NeverTrumpers.

Many are suggesting this was in part orchestrated by Pence and ‘his’ pro-Trump pac, first to enable the warmongering right to once again increase troop deployments, and second to begin the counting of votes for impeachment proceedings. There has been far far to Damn many in the military that has had to endure never-ending deployments, suffering the results emotionally, and the odds being stacked increasing the chance of being KIA.

The Camp David security debate will have no opposition to a new and engaging war in Afghanistan without Bannon. For my part he was the only one who spoke with clarity on the disaster that will unfold. There are reasons why that country has never been conquered and the only course of action that would have any hope would require a minimum of half a million troops “on the ground”. Even the Bush’s wouldn’t entertain that policy. With that troop deployment aside the other alternative is a number of tactical nuclear warheads and that brings players into the mix that would normally sit on the sidelines.

Since Bannon has been removed, not only is there not a voice of the people advising Trump, but an alliance to the ‘powers that be’ will be increased and solidified. Washington is mired in filth and no one who goes there is immune to being soiled. Just as Hollywood receives the innocent and corrupts them thoroughly, so does DC corrupt even the most honest of individuals. A person is who he pals around with and this I learned this lesson at a young age. It isn’t just the influence of associations but the lack of influence of an opposing force, goodness.

Just as it is with Trump, so it is with every President and politician, there is the necessity to rely on advisers who advocate a particular position. If those positions are all congruent the only decision available is that position. This is the danger and is how and why we have reached a precipice that will now, no doubt, accelerate. The opposition to ‘us’, the American public, will eventually be a steamroller. It will be nearly unnoticeable at first, and to some, rational, but that rationality will gather more steam as time passes. Very few think This country, America, could ever travel down that road but be assured, we have raised a couple of generations that have taken everything in life for granted. And be forewarned it will not be Trump that oversees the growth of ‘brownshirts’, as NeverTrumpers alleged, but those who are praising him today.