April 06, 2017

Civil War in Trump White House?

Rebel Staff

Trump senior advisor Steve Bannon was recently demoted publicly from the National Security Council. Many point to an ongoing turf battle between the establishment Republicans and New Yorkers versus the nationalist #MAGA wing of the Trump Administration.

In a statement, Bannon pointed the finger directly at Susan Rice, former head of the NSC, to remind the public that under her and Obama, the Council had turned into a political wiretapping cell, placing anyone they felt like under NSA surveillance.

Bannon went on to state that his role was to figure out everything she had been up to, and clean up the mess.

Comments
You must be logged in to comment. Click here to log in.
commented 2017-04-07 04:13:00 -0400
Huh, guess I was right. Nobody go near the golf course, you might hear the sound of pizza and hot dogs being devoured during “late night” sessions. Well at least both don’t drink. ’Cause that would be really evil. Total collapse is the only route down the tunnel. And everybody knows it. My opinion? This is all a international collaberation because everybody knows TOTAL economic collapse is coming. We have a farm. I hope the rest of you enjoy the taste of rat. Probably tastes like chicken.
commented 2017-04-07 00:32:18 -0400
Jack, I think you’ve got it. It’s making everyone’s head spin, but Trump has a very calculated path to conclusions. I don’t think we ever know exactly whats up until his final move on any given subject.
commented 2017-04-06 22:29:54 -0400
Civil War?
President Trump has been at war with the Republican establishment since before day one – or is it just at war with ‘the establishment’…
He’s won so far – if they don’t kill him – he’s in the White House and ‘they’ are terrified. Isn’t it obvious?
I agree with PAUL DIXON’s comment: “…Trump is using his strategist mind to get to where he wants to go.”
Defending American sovereignty from the clutches of the globalist strategists and their minions in the MSM, politics, embedded globalist bureaucrats, unions and the rest of the haters of America is a big enough job as it is – but to also have to battle the useful idiots as well…
I hope President Trump will be allowed to Make America Great Again.
commented 2017-04-06 21:53:20 -0400
Hoping Trump will soon have a little surprise for Trudeau in regards to NATO.
commented 2017-04-06 21:17:01 -0400
According to Briebart, Bannon attended a meeting of the NSC today. The whole thing may be no big deal…or not.
commented 2017-04-06 20:12:39 -0400
Excellent report! Keep this guy. He’s got a finger on the pulse! Can’t wait for Obumbles and Killary to be finally held accountable!
commented 2017-04-06 20:11:26 -0400
Art Vandelay—-I agree, focus on the many important problems in the world; don’t send soldiers to Syria, and certainly don’t being more Syrians to North America. They have been at war in one way or another since the 7th century where it is practically part of their culture to cut up or hack people to death, in many cases their own people if they don’t have an enemy at the time. Now they have explosives, so it is even more exciting to kill innocent people. Look at the stats on this site, 210 thousand people have been killed by Islam since 9/11. I just watched a Liberal lady on Fox News say that Trump should bring them here to solve the problem. I also hate to see those little kids suffer, but lets be realistic in that those kids will probably be suicide bombers in ten years. The Hungarian PM says it best, " Send help to the problem, do not bring the problem to the help."
commented 2017-04-06 19:55:04 -0400
I read “The Art of the Deal”. It is well worth the read. It really gave me insight into the way Trump works. This guy is no dummy. He has cut his teeth dealing in New York City real estate – high end stuff. He knows his way around politicians, financiers, labour leaders, the media, and lobbyists. Joel Pollack at Breitbart, and now Joe Posobiec, have written some things about how Trump is using his strategist mind to get to where he wants to go. His term in office is going to be interesting, in how he works his deals. Keep your eyes open and your seatbelts on! He is way ahead of all of us and the DC swamp-dwellers!
commented 2017-04-06 18:42:56 -0400
Good insights. But the optics just don’t look good at all. It’s almost as if he wants to change gears and focus back on Syria/Russia so he can keep up the proud American tradition of sticking his head in the sand on North Korea while keeping his ass in the air for China. I really hope i’m wrong.