President Trump has let go Steve Bannon. Here is why it’s a big mistake!
News is flooding the web in regards to President Donald Trump reportedly firing The White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon. The former Breitbart journalist has been a long time close confidant to the President, and in my opinion is a big reason why Trump was elected. Steve Bannon is an anti-globalist who has strong beliefs in Americanism. When I saw Bannon speak at this years C-Pac, I knew that he was a patriot. He has been ridiculed for being a “nazi”, a “racist” and even a “radicalist”.
This comes less than a week after the Charlottesville riots which the mainstream media such as CNN say Bannon is “responsible for”. Bannon called the white supremacists “a collection of clowns”. Which somehow the media spun as being wrong. Bannon and Trump have been reportedly at odds for sometime since being in The White House, allegedly Trump feels that Bannon takes too much credit for his electoral victory, “I hate it when people take credit for an election I won,” the President said.
Some are saying that Ivanka Trump was heavily behind the ousting of Bannon.
I am very disappointed with this move. Especially when I see some of the other people that Trump has surrounded himself with in The White House such as McMaster and Kushner.
Conservative author Ann Coulter is displeased with this news as many Trump supporters are, saying “This makes it appear that Trump is easily manipulable by the media” and that Trump should’ve hired ten more like him.
Ben Shapiro was on Fox earlier and brought up a great point. He believes this will create a rift between Breitbart and President Trump. Breitbart has been nothing but positive the past year and a half. Now with Bannon out, he will certainly go back to Breitbart, and the question is, will he still be pro-Trump?