President Donald Trump expressed his gratitude to newly ousted Steve Bannon on social media Saturday, less than 24 hours after the senior White House adviser was sacked from the administration. "He came to the campaign during my run against Crooked Hillary Clinton - it was great! Three sources tell me Trump tried calling Bannon", reporter Joshua Green tweeted.
Steve Bannon let loose about Donald Trump's presidency on Friday night, hours after he was sacked from his position in the White House, saying in a freewheeling interview with the Weekly Standard that "the Trump presidency we fought for, and won, is over".
Bannon, the former editor of the far-right news website Breitbart, once described that right-wing news outlet as a platform for the "alt-right", a term that has become associated with white supremacy. He has virtually no friends around him in the White House.
To be sure, Bannon's campaign message of economic nationalism, which promised more U.S.jobs and better worldwide trade deals, helped Trump in the final months of his campaign defeat Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in a come-from-behind victory.
The former leader of conservative Breitbart News has pushed Trump to follow through on his campaign promises and was the man behind many of his most controversial efforts, including Trump's travel ban and decision to pull out of the Paris Climate agreement.
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On Thursday, Bannon had run afoul of the administration when he had said the United States would not use military force against North Korea, a direct contradiction to Trump's unfettered threats to the country's leader Kim Jong-Un.
'We are grateful for his service and wish him the best, ' she said.
Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump's embattled chief strategist has departed the White House after a turbulent seven-month tenure, the media reported. But following the election, Bannon clashed with other powerful West Wing figures, including Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner. Mr Bannon came on very much later than that.
Mr Bannon added: "I feel jacked up". "We're thrilled to have our captain back".
"I think they're going to try to moderate him", Bannon said.