Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist, declared that the Trump Presidency that he helped build is ‘over’. Ever since his news of exit came, it has become viral over the social media and fans of Bannon.
During an interview on Friday, Steve informed the media on his exit from Trump Presidency. He vowed to move forward with his nationalist movement, hours after he was fired from his position in the White House. He believes that a new era is going to begin – an era at odds with his brand of nationalist-populist exceptionalism.
Bannon told the Weekly Standard that “The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over”.
Hours after leaving the White House, Steve Bannon was back at Breitbart, a right wing website which he ran. In a press interview, he mentioned, “We still have a big movement and that Trump presidency is over. It will be something else now with all types of fights with good and bad days”.
Bannon claimed to be free now and he was not going quietly as he rounded on those he held responsible for his departure
“I am surely going to crush the opposition and there’s no doubt. I built a f–king machine at Breitbart and now I’m about to go back with what I know, and we’re about to rev that machine”.
Steve Bannon told the Weekly Standard that in future he would be working with his media apparatus to influence the president.
White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders did not explain the reasons for Bannon’s departure.
The White House then issued a press statement that the decision was agreed by Mr. Bannon and John Kelly, the chief of staff and the mutual agreement would avoid Mr. Trump put his name to the firing of the man who most connects him to his diehard supporters.
The Saturday Night Live depicted Barron as the grim reaper, playing Mr. Trump like a puppet – something which reportedly amused Mr. Bannon but enraged his boss.