Steve Bannon Could Be Fired In Ongoing White House Reshuffle

Patrice Gainsbourg
Agosto 13, 2017

Sources reportedly told Axios that West Wing staff believe Bannon was behind leaks about National Security Adviser HR McMaster and that Bannon's job could be in jeopardy.

According to the report, Trump has been "irritated" with Bannon following a series of Breitbart reports targeting National Security Advisor HR McMaster.

Trump appears to have two main gripes with Bannon. McMaster, a prominent hawk, has advocated for increased US intervention in Syria and Afghanistan, which Bannon believes would be a break from Trump's "America First" campaign message.

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One such example includes Bannon's extensive cooperation with Josh Green, a reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek, as he wrote his book titled Devil's Bargain. Trump has been notoriously intolerant of people taking credit for his election as President; part of the reason Bannon's previous sidelining within the administration was related to the TIME cover that portrayed Bannon as the architect of the Trump presidency. Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee-Sanders has previously indicated that the President enjoys nurturing a competitive dynamic within his staff, and Trump himself has stated that he is not so concerned by "little inner White House leaks" as they demonstrate his aides are "all fighting for love" from him. Bannon was formerly the executive chairman of Breitbart.

According to a filing written by the White House on April 5, Trump reorganized the National Security Council (NSC) by removing Bannon from the Principals Committee.

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