April 9, 2020

Was Steve Bannon Fired From the White House By The Globalists?


On August 18, 2017, White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon was fired by the president. He was the chief architect of Donald Trump election victory and a champion of nationalism and anti-globalism. Bannon appears in the center of this photo to the right of Chief of Staff General John F. Kelly. On the same day that he was dismissed, Breitbart News announced that Bannon would return as its executive chairman. “White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and Steve Bannon have mutually agreed today would be Steve’s last day,” Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, said in a statement. “We are grateful for his service and wish him the best,” she added.

Who is Steve Bannon?

Stephen Kevin Bannon was born on November 27, 1953 in Norfolk, Virginia. According to Wikipedia, upon graduating from high school, Bannon attended Virginia Tech and was elected as president of the student government association. He graduated from Virginia Tech in 1976 with a bachelor’s degree in urban planning. While serving as naval officer in the Pentagon, Bannon received a master’s degree in national security studies from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. In 1985, Bannon graduated from Harvard with a Master of Business Administration.

Service as naval officer

Bannon served in the Navy for seven years in the late 1970s and early 1980s, working on board of a destroyer in the Pacific. Later, he became a Special Assistant to the Chief of Naval Operations at the Pentagon. When he left the Navy, Bannon was a lieutenant.

In 1980, Bannon was deployed to the Persian Gulf to assist during the Iran hostage crisis. The failure of the mission changed his political world-view from largely apolitical to a strong supporter of President Ronald Reagan.

Bannon stated the following: “I wasn’t political until I got into the service and saw how badly President Jimmy Carter f—ed things up. I became a huge Reagan admirer. Still am. But what turned me against the whole establishment was coming back from running companies in Asia in 2008 and seeing that Bush had f—ed up as badly as Carter. The whole country was a disaster.”

Business career

Wikipedia explained that after his naval service, Bannon worked at Goldman Sachs as an investment banker in the Mergers and Acquisitions Department. In 1987, Bannon relocated from New York City to Los Angeles to assist Goldman Sachs to expand its presence in the entertainment industry. He stayed at this position with Goldman Sachs in Los Angeles for two years, leaving with the title of vice president.

In 1990, Bannon and several colleagues from Goldman Sachs launched Bannon & Co., a boutique investment bank specializing in media. In one of Bannon & Co. investment bank’s transactions, the firm represented Westinghouse Electric that wanted to sell Castle Rock Entertainment. Bannon negotiated the sale of Castle Rock to CNN. Instead of a full adviser’s fee, Bannon & Co. wisely accepted a financial stake in five television shows, including Seinfeld. He became wealthy. Bannon still receives cash residuals each time Seinfeld is aired. In 1998, Bannon sold Bannon & Co. to Société Générale.

Entertainment and media


Steve Bannon in 2010

According to Wikipedia, Bannon entered into the entertainment and media industry in the 1990s. He produced 18 films. In 2004, Bannon made a documentary about President Ronald Reagan titled “In the Face of Evil.” While making the documentary, Bannon met writer Peter Schweizer and publisher Andrew Breitbart.

In 2007, Bannon wrote an eight-page outline for a new documentary called “Destroying the Great Satan: The Rise of Islamic Fascism in America.” The outline stated that “although driven by the “best intentions,” institutions such as the media, the Jewish community and government agencies were appeasing jihadists aiming to create an Islamic republic.

Bannon was executive chair and co-founder of the Government Accountability Institute, where he helped in the publication of Breitbart News senior editor-at-large Peter Schweizer’s book Clinton Cash. Bannon also hosted a radio show (Breitbart News Daily) on the Sirius XM Patriot satellite radio channel.

Breitbart News

Wikipedia explained that Bannon was a founding member of the board of Breitbart News, an online conservative news, opinion, and commentary website. In March 2012, after the death of its founder Andrew Breitbart, Bannon became executive chair of Breitbart News LLC, the parent company of Breitbart News. Under Bannon, Breitbart adopted a nationalistic anti-globalist agenda. In 2016, Bannon declared the website “the platform for the alt-right”. Bannon identifies himself as a conservative. Speaking about his role at Breitbart, Bannon said, “We think of ourselves as virulently anti-establishment, particularly ‘anti-‘ the permanent political class.”

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign

On August 17, 2016, Bannon was appointed chief executive of the presidential campaign of Donald J. Trump. Bannon resigned from Breitbart, as well as the from Government Accountability Institute and Cambridge Analytica, to take the position.

On November 13, 2016, following Donald Trump election as president a few days earlier Bannon was appointed chief strategist and senior counselor to the President-elect. His appointment was denounced by the Muslim Brotherhood front group Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Marxist Southern Poverty Law Center as well as by Democrats and some establishment Republicans, many of whom opposed and still are opposing President Donald Trump’s agenda.

Many conservatives, including Pamela Geller, Ben Shapiro, David Horowitz, Morton Klein, Bernard Marcus, Alan Dershowitz, and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, as well as the Zionist Organization of America defended Bannon against the allegations of anti-Semitism. On November 15, 2016, a letter was sent to President-elect Trump signed by 169 Democratic House Representatives urging him to rescind his appointment of Bannon. The letter stated that appointing Bannon “sends a disturbing message about what kind of president Donald Trump wants to be”, because his “ties to the White Nationalist movement have been well documented.” Bannon has always denied being a white nationalist and claimed, rather, that he is an “economic nationalist.”

In an interview with the New York Times in late November 2016, Present-elect Trump responded to the criticism over Brannon’s appointment by stating the following: “I’ve known Steve Bannon a long time. If I thought he was a racist, or alt-right, or any of the things that we can, you know, the terms we can use, I wouldn’t even think about hiring him.”

The Trump administration

Breitbart editor Julia Hahn followed Bannon to the White House, where she was appointed as Bannon’s aide, as well as Special Assistant to President Trump. Bannon, along with Steve Miller, was involved in the creation of the executive order, which resulted in restricted U.S. travel and immigration by individuals from seven Middle Eastern countries, suspension of these individuals from coming to the United States for 120 days, and indefinite suspension of the entry of Syrians to the United States.

Political views

Bannon’s political views are described as anti-globalist nationalism and America First. Donald Trump described his agenda in similar terms during his campaign. Bannon describes himself as an economic nationalist. He rejects allegations that he is a white nationalist. He recently called white nationalists “losers,” a “fringe element,” and a “collection of clowns.” Bannon has advocated reductions in immigration and restrictions on free trade particularly with China and Mexico. He views trade agreements such as NAFTA as part of the New World Order and as being pushed by an elite of globalists who want a one-world government under the United Nations. Bannon also supports significantly increasing spending on infrastructure and he opposes government bailouts, describing them as “socialism for the very wealthy.”

Bannon believes in reducing the size of the federal bureaucracy, declaring that he favored the “deconstruction of the administrative state.” He was a strong opponent of the Paris Climate Agreement, which was being pushed by globalists in the Trump administration, including Gary Cohen, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump. Bannon was successful in persuading President Trump to withdraw from Climate Agreement since withdrawing from it was one of Trump’s campaign promises. He is skeptical of military intervention abroad.

The reasons why President Trump may have fired Steve Bannon

Steve Bannon clashed with the members of Goldman Sachs globalist wing in the White House and the cabinet. For months, Bannon was engaged in a battle with Jared Kushner and other senior White House officials who had Wall Street ties. Fighting the president’s son-in-law and his daughter took courage but endangered Bannon’s survival in the White House. However, it showed that Bannon is a man of principles. The globalists in the Trump administration and many of their allies in the Republican Establishment wanted to get rid of the nationalist Bannon and finally they succeeded.

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Gary Cohn is the chief economic advisor to President Donald Trump and Director of the National Economic Council. Previously, he was president and chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs from 2006 to 2017. Cohn is a Democrat and is thought to be one of the most influential voices in the Trump administration. He is being considered for replacing Janet Yellen when her term expires as Chair of the Board of Governors at the Federal Reserve. Goldman Sachs is an extremely powerful globalist investment bank. Former Goldman Sachs executives have occupied important cabinet and White House positions in both Republican and Democratic administration as well as in the central banks of other countries and the Bank for International Settlements which runs the world.

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Senior adviser Jared Kushner is Donald Trump’s son-in-law.

On August 18, 2017, Sarah Westwood wrote an article titled “There’s a new sheriff in town: Inside Steve Bannon’s ouster” which was published by the Washington Examiner. The reporter explained that many people close to Steve Bannon said that other top White House aides had clashed with the chief strategist for months and actively worked to undermine him. Bannon’s allies frequently refer to those aides — a group that includes the Director of the National Economic Council and registered Democrat Gary Cohn; Deputy National Security Adviser Cairo-born Dina Habib Powell; Senior adviser Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in- law; and Senior adviser Ivanka Trump — as the “West Wing Democrats” or “globalists.” All of them have strong ties to Wall Street and to the Democratic Party.

Sources inside and outside the White House described Steve Bannon’s firing as the inevitable result of his enemies’ efforts to get rid of him. This was made easier by the dismissal last month of Bannon closest ally, former chief of staff Reince Priebus.


Cairo-born Dina Habib Powell is the current U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategy to President Donald Trump. She appears to the left of the picture with Hillary and Huma Abedin.

Powell is also an Assistant to the President and Senior Counselor for Economic Initiatives. Previously, Powell was a managing director and partner at Goldman Sachs and president of its non-profit subsidiary, the Goldman Sachs Foundation. Powell is a friend of Ivanka Trump and is considered to be her mentor. Informed individuals have said that Powell is a friend of both Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin.

Westwood stated the following: “President Trump’s decision to remove Steve Bannon, his chief strategist, came after a period of internal and external pressure to part ways with the controversial figure, and it was no coincidence that the move happened just a few weeks into the tenure of chief of staff John Kelly, White House aides and allies said. And while some cited Kelly’s arrival to the West Wing as the catalyst for Bannon’s exit, others said the opposition Bannon faced internally persuaded the president to dismiss him…The official suggested Bannon had a good working relationship with Kelly, noting it was Bannon’s advocacy that helped Kelly land the nomination to become secretary of Homeland Security.”

The reporter explained that a senior White House official told the Washington Examiner the following: “I would say it is very unlikely that this decision was taken weeks ago, as has been reported. This was also not going to be a unilateral decision made by the chief of staff, but a decision that was taken by the president based upon those within the White House pressurizing the president to fire him.” She said that Bannon’s conservative allies expressed fear that in the absence of Bannon, “the remaining senior staffers would not pursue proposals — like the border wall or decreased involvement in international conflicts — that Bannon championed during his tenure.” “This becomes a Democratic White House to us,” one Bannon ally said of the impending personnel change.

Westwood pointed out that staffers in the White House suggested, both before and after Bannon’s departure became public, that the onetime Breitbart chief, who is now returning to the his previous position, could do more damage outside the White House than within it. But others said General John Kelly and Steve Bannon “operated on completely different wavelengths, as the former prefers structure and order and the latter sometimes worked outside the chain of command Kelly is hoping to build in the West Wing.”

The reporter wrote that individuals close to the White House said that General John Kelly’s alignment with national security adviser General H.R. McMaster contributed to Bannon’s dismissal. Westwood stated the following: “Bannon and McMaster fought openly in recent weeks over what people close to the White House have described as long-simmering ideological tensions. While McMaster has pushed for increased troop levels in Afghanistan and has led the president away from tearing up the Iran nuclear agreement, Bannon has encouraged Trump to disentangle the U.S. from international conflicts and has long fought to void the Iran deal. McMaster recently sought and obtained from Kelly permission to fire a national security aide considered close to Bannon in a move that increased friction between the two men. A source close to the White House suggested Bannon may not be the last aide to go in a West Wing shake-up that has already seen the departures of press secretary Sean Spicer, communications director Anthony Scaramucci, chief of staff Reince Priebus and press aide Michael Short. Kelly was said to be reviewing the portfolios of the existing staff in an effort to streamline operations and formalize roles.”

Bannon returns to Breitbart News and the White House fears he might go on the attack

Westwood said that one individual close to Bannon said that the former White House strategist would likely turn up his website’s heat on the administration in areas where he believes the president has been straying from his campaign platform. On his last day at the White House, Bannon told Joshua Green, an author who wrote a recent book about him, that he plans to “go to war” for Trump against his enemies outside the White House.

Bannon said to the Weekly Standard the following: “The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over. We still have a huge movement, and we will make something of this Trump presidency. But that presidency is over. It’ll be something else. And there’ll be all kinds of fights, and there’ll be good days and bad days, but that presidency is over. The Republican establishment has no interest in Trump’s success on this. They’re not populists, they’re nationalists, they had no interest in his program. Zero.”

Bannon recognized that his frustration with the Republican establishment was part of the reasons he left the White House. He ridiculed the “half-hearted attempt” at replacing ObamaCare and found the malaise on infrastructure discouraging. Bannon predicted that the tax cuts would be the “standard Republican version.” He said he was excited to return to Breitbart News and fuel the populist-nationalist movement forward. “I feel jacked up,” he stated. “Now I’m free. I’ve got my hands back on my weapons. Someone said, ‘it’s Bannon the Barbarian.’ I am definitely going to crush the opposition.”

The New York Times reported that Bannon clarified to the newspaper, which is the voice of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations, that he did not mean that the Trump’s agenda was over. Instead, he said he was referring to his direct work with Donald J. Trump from the end of the campaign to the first stages of his presidency.

Bannon told Bloomberg that he will be “going to war” on President Trump’s behalf as he will continue pushing the populist message with the political and corporate establishment. Bannon stated the following: “If there’s any confusion out there, led me clear it up: I’m leaving the White House and going to war for Trump against his opponents-on Capitol Hill, in the media, and in corporate America.”

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On February 20, 2017, President Donald J. Trump appointed General H.R. McMaster Director of the White House Security Council following the resignation of General Michael T. Flynn on February 13. General McMaster indicated that he “intends to remain on active duty while he serves as national security adviser.”

Steve Bannon is joining Republican donor Robert Mercer, Co-CEO of the investment management company Renaissance Technology, and his daughter, Rebekah, in a new business, possibly a television channel. Breitbart News, which was founded in 2007, has been highly critical of White House National Security Adviser General H.R. McMaster recently. General McMaster was accused of belonging to an organization that had links to George Soros and of secretly briefing him. Soros and other Destroy Trump associates are funding over 170 communists and radical organizations which are trying to undermine the president and, if possible, drive him from office.

General McMaster was also denounced by Breitbart News for giving Susan Rice security clearance and saying that she did not illegally unmasked any Trump’s associates. The president had said earlier that she needed to be investigated for the possible unmasking of his associates which is a felony. General McMaster was also accused of being hostile to Israel.

Westwood concluded her article by stating the following: “His exit turns control of the West Wing fully over to Kelly, a relative centrist. The chief strategist position was created when Trump, during the transition, struggled to choose between Priebus and Bannon for his chief of staff, so the strategist post became a way to give Bannon equal influence in the White House without placing the polarizing figure in the storied chief of staff role, where he would have to deal with Republican congressional leaders he had sharply criticized while at Breitbart.” “There’s a new sheriff in town,” the person said of General Kelly.

Should the president fire or transfer General McMaster from the White House?

Globalist McMaster Purges Trump Loyalists, Protects Obamaites

General H.R. McMaster is the Director of the White House Security Council.

On August 4, 2017, Alex Newman wrote an article titled “Globalist McMaster Purges Trump Loyalists, Protects Obamaites” which was published in the New American website. The reporter explained that General H.R. McMaster has attended Bilderberg Group meetings (the president sent him to the June 2017 Bilderberg meeting held in Virginia) and is a member of the globalist swamp known as the Council on Foreign Relations. Newman said that General McMaster is currently dismissing key President Trump loyalists within the administration who are trying to protect the president and implement his “America First” agenda, according to multiple sources and reports. He pointed out that one White House official who was recently fired for just highlighting in a report the unholy alliance against the president by Islamists and globalists.

Newman stated the following: “McMaster is said to be protecting and elevating radical Obama appointees dedicated to globalism, neoconservativism, and the infamous swamp that Trump promised to drain. Indeed, McMaster sent a letter to Susan Rice, Obama’s extreme national security adviser, waiving legal requirements and promising her continued access to classified information — a month after the start of a congressional investigation into her involvement in lawlessly unmasking the identities of Americans whose communications were intercepted. Much of McMaster’s scheming has been happening without Trump’s knowledge, inside sources and reports said. But now, with scandal swirling around the national security adviser, Trump is reportedly thinking of replacing McMaster and sending him off to Afghanistan. And among Trump’s supporters, a movement of sorts aimed at getting McMaster and other establishment globalists fired is gathering steam, with multiple hash tags calling for McMaster’s ouster spreading across social media.”

Newman explained that National Security Council Director for Strategic Planning Rich Higgins was terminated for outlining the powerful forces working to subvert President Trump and their strategy. Higgins wrote a seven-page memo describing what was and still is happening. Higgins said that the “Maoist insurgency model” was being used by subversive forces, both in and out of government, to destroy President Trump’s “America First” agenda that Americans voted for in massive numbers. Higgins, who was also fired, is an ally of anti-globalist White House strategist Steve Bannon and other anti-establishment forces in the administration.

Rich Higgins pointed out that globalists, bankers, deep state officials, and Islamists are all involved in trying to undermine the president. Higgins stated the following: “Through the campaign, candidate Trump tapped into a deep vein of concern among many citizens that America is at risk and slipping away. Globalists and Islamists recognize that for their visions to succeed, America, both as an ideal and as a national and political identity, must be destroyed.… Islamists ally with cultural Marxists because, as far back as the 1980s, they properly assessed that the left has a strong chance of reducing Western civilization to its benefit. Because the left is aligned with Islamist organizations at local, national and international levels, recognition should be given to the fact that they seamlessly interoperate through coordinated synchronized interactive narratives. These attack narratives are pervasive, full spectrum and institutionalized at all levels. They operate in social media, television, and the 24-hour news cycle in all media and are entrenched at the upper levels of the bureaucracies.”

Newman said that for writing this memo Higgins was fired by General McMaster, apparently without President Trump’s knowledge. But he was not the only one. Another recent victim of the globalist-led purge was Ezra Cohen-Watnick, the National Security Council’s senior director, and Senior Middle East Director, Derek Harvey. Both of them were General Flynn´s appointees. Yet another, Adam Lovinger, had his security clearance pulled by McMaster for attending a bar mitzvah in Israel, forcing him to leave his post.

Newman said that General McMaster has a list of more senior officials of the Trump administration that he intends to fire in the coming weeks. “They’re taking out people who were chosen to best implement the president’s policy that he articulated during the campaign,” a source said, with at least four more pro-Trump senior National Security Council officials said to be in the crosshairs.

Newman stated the following: “Other sources said the reason for the developments was that McMaster has a different agenda than Trump does. Among other issues, the swamp creatures backed by McMaster have supported the unconstitutional United Nations Paris Accord on climate, more war in Syria, Obama’s globalist and unconstitutional Iran deal, and more, while Trump loyalists have supported America First policies that reject those schemes. Lieutenant General McMaster appears to be a firmly committed globalist and a willing tool of the establishment. As The New American has been reporting since his appointment in February, McMaster has a solid globalist pedigree dating back more than a decade. Perhaps the most damning evidence of his globalist worldview and subservience to the establishment’s anti-American agenda is his membership in the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Despite its roster of powerful members, the CFR pushes an ultra-fringe agenda that virtually no mainstream American would support if they understood it.”

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The Arundel House in London is the headquarters of the International Institute for Strategic Studies. The globalist institute is a British research think tank in the area of international affairs.

Newman wrote that 10 years ago General McMaster joined the globalist-minded International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) in London as a “senior research associate.” According to the organization itself, his mandate was to “conduct research to identify opportunities for improved multi-national cooperation and political-military integration in the areas of counterinsurgency, counter-terrorism, and state building.” In short, his job was to find ways to advance globalism and what globalists often refer to openly as the “New World Order.”

Newman concluded his article by saying the following: “Unfortunately, as The New American has documented extensively, McMaster is not the only establishment-backed globalist swamp creature haunting the administration and seemingly betraying the American people who voted for Trump. In fact, there are a number of CFR members and Bilderberg attendees burrowed into strategic positions all across the administration. If Trump truly hopes to Make America Great Again, he will have to begin with a purge of globalists and establishment operatives. Considering the on-going purge of Trump’s most loyal people by McMaster, the national security advisor might be a good place to begin draining the swamp — before the swamp manages to drain Trump.”

The Washington Post, which is part of the Destroy Trump corrupt mainstream media, reported on August 19, 2017, that the decision to fire Bannon came from General Kelly. It came three weeks after General Kelly was named Chief of Staff was given extraordinary power to overhaul the West Wing staff in an effort to stop the infighting among officials and leaks to the news media.


Stephen Miller is serving as President Trump’s senior advisor for policy and speechwriter.

Stephen Miller worked previously as the communications director for then-Republican Alabama Senator and current Attorney General Jeff Sessions. He also served as a press secretary to Republican Representatives Michele Bachmann and John Shadegg. Miller is one of President Trump’s chief speechwriter. He has been a key adviser since the presidential campaign and the early days of Donald Trump’s presidency. Together with Steve Bannon, Miller was chief architect of President Trump’s executive order restricting immigration from several Middle Eastern countries.

It is believed that Stephen Miller, President Trump’s top policy adviser and speechwriter, will continue serving in the White House. His views on immigration policy and radical Islam, among other things, are similar to the ones held by Steve Bannon. Although Miller is viewed as the natural heir of Bannon’s status as the in-house nationalist, he has made efforts to build bridges with Jared Kushner and other globalist officials.

The Destroy Trump New York Times reported on August 19, 2017 that Christopher Ruddy, the chief executive of Newsmax Media and a friend of President Trump, stated, the following: “I think it’s going to be good for both Steve and for the president. The president has a major hurdle in the fall, I think, in getting legislation passed.” Ruddy cited several legislators who had told the White House “that they had a real problem with Steve because of Breitbart, and Breitbart’s been a thorn in the side for a lot of congressional Republicans.”

The New York Times indicated that President Trump’s first year in office has been plagued by departures of many White House officials. Among those dismissed or who resigned were Anthony Scaramucci and Michael Dubke, both of whom served as communications director; Michael T. Flynn, the president’s first national security adviser; Sean Spicer, the press secretary; and Reince Priebus, who served as chief of staff before General Kelly. On August 19, Carl Icahn, a billionaire investor who was advising President Trump on regulatory issues, announced that he was stepping down from that role. On that same day, A.R. Bernard, a pastor on the president’s Evangelical Advisory Board, quit, citing a “deepening conflict in values between myself and the administration.”

The New York Times said the following: “By dismissing Mr. Bannon, the president loses the most visible avatar of the nationalist agenda that propelled him to victory. Contentious and difficult, Mr. Bannon was nonetheless a driving force behind the president’s most high-profile policies: imposing a ban on travelers from several majority-Muslim countries; shrinking the federal bureaucracy; shedding regulations; and rethinking trade policies by aggressively confronting China and other countries… Mr. Bannon had become increasingly critical of Mr. Trump, according to a person close to both men, complaining that the president lacked the political skills and discipline to avoid a succession of self-inflicted public relations disasters. But ultimately, he viewed the president as losing sight of what propelled Mr. Trump to the White House.”

“There were different interpretations of how Mr. Bannon left his job, which had been long anticipated in Washington. One White House official, who would not be named discussing the president’s thinking, said Mr. Trump has wanted to remove Mr. Bannon since he ousted Mr. Priebus three weeks ago. Since then, Mr. Kelly has been evaluating Mr. Bannon’s status, according to the official. But a person close to Mr. Bannon insisted that the parting of ways was his idea, and that he had submitted his resignation to the president on August 7, to be announced at the start of this week, timed to his one-year anniversary of working for Mr. Trump.”

President Trump thanked Bannon for his service in the campaign and the White House


President Donald Trump thanked his former White House strategist Steve Bannon for his service in the presidential campaign and the White House the next day after he fired him.

It is believed that the dismissal of Steve Bannon could hurt the president with his conservative anti-globalist and nationalistic populist base. Republican Congressman Steve King from Iowa, who is close to Steve Bannon, said that President Trump’s base could revolt. Representative King stated in an interview the following: “With Steve Bannon gone, what’s left of the conservative core in the West Wing? Who’s going to carry out the Trump agenda?”


Time will tell if the dismissal of Steve Bannon was a mistake and if the conservative base will revolt. One thing is certain, the globalist wing in the White House is strong and influential. Those individuals, such as this writer, who worked hard to elect the patriot Donald Trump as president hope that he does not lose sight of what propelled him to the White House. It is very troubling to see so many globalists working in the White House and in the cabinet!