President Trump may fire Preibus and Bannon

President Trump may fire Preibus and Bannon

Steve Bannon and Reince Priebus has been fighting with each other, as has Bannon and Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, as has Kellyanne Conway and Ivanka Trump.

The Wall Street Journal followed with a story that said Trump is frustrated by infighting among his staff and could reassign Bannon and Priebus.

Trump is weighing a decision to replace loyalists and his promise to drain the swamp with the very creatures who profit there.

Numerous reports this week have signaled that the populist provocateur considered leaving the White House following his removal from the National Security Council's principals committee, although Bannon has denied those.

Reporting from multiple unnamed sources who work in official capacities such as White House aides and advisors, Axios reporter Mike Allen claims he was told President Trump is considering a broad shakeup including two his closest staff members.

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Kushner's lawyer, Jamie Gorelick, called the omissions an error and said that Kushner told the Federal Bureau of Investigation the day after he submitted the form on January 18 that he would provide the agency with additional information.

Vice President Pence defended Bannon in a separate interview, saying that Trump's chief strategist would "continue to play important policy roles". "He actually said 'cuck, ' as in 'cuckservative, '" the anonymous official told The Daily Beast.

Kushner was meeting with worldwide coalition forces in Iraq as Bannon was bumped down the NSC ladder.

Bannon, after complaining bitterly to his staff about Kushner, reportedly said, "I love a gunfight". He embraced the views and the ideology of Steve Bannon. That excuse was repeated by several reporters on Fox News, which is owned by 21st Century Fox. And while officials declined to detail the specific recommendations of Trump's top aides, the strikes that the President ordered reflected a break from the nationalist stance he adopted as a candidate that was driven, in large part, by Bannon's advice. Bannon's allies inside and outside the White House say he is "disappointed" and blames Kushner for leaking unflattering information about him to the media, New York Magazine reported. On Thursday, Axios Presented ByYoyodyne described Jared, Ivanka, and economic adviser Gary Cohn as "squirreling away territory in its push to takeover Trumpland".

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