Steve Bannon sacked: Donald Trump presidency is over, says former White House chief strategist

Steve Bannon, White House's chief strategist, was fired on Friday.

FP Staff August 20, 2017 13:11:11 IST
Steve Bannon sacked: Donald Trump presidency is over, says former White House chief strategist
Steve Bannon sacked Donald Trump presidency is over says former White House chief strategist

Steve Bannon, the most divisive and combative staffer in the Trump White House and self-described "economic nationalist” behind Trump’s most controversial plans, was fired on Friday. Reuters

Steve Bannon sacked Donald Trump presidency is over says former White House chief strategist

Bannon became the fifth high-profile casualty in Trump's inner circle in just six months. Reince Priebus, the earlier White House chief of staff was also sacked recently by the Trump administration. Reuters

Steve Bannon sacked Donald Trump presidency is over says former White House chief strategist

Hours after he left the White House as its chief strategist, Bannon returned to Breitbart News as its executive chairman, a position he held before joining the Trump campaign in 2016. Reuters

Steve Bannon sacked Donald Trump presidency is over says former White House chief strategist

In an interview to a conservative website on Friday, Bannon, said that the Trump presidency is over. "The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over," he said. Reuters

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