More Details Surface on the Bannon ‘Departure’

The departure of White House strategist Steve Bannon has allowed for some new lines to be drawn at the White House. President Donald Trump’s new Chief of Staff, General John Kelly has brought new discipline to the West Wing. After reading these comments, one might wonder what was going on with the open door policy. Apparently, Ivanka and her husband Jared were seeing as having way too much unfettered access to her “Daddy” on any and all subjects. That was causing a leftward drift for the President. The word is that General Kelly has instituted new measures and now has control of the President’s door to the Oval Office. That will be a good thing for the constituency that elected Mr. Trump. 

As Written By Jack Crowe for the Daily Caller:

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon celebrated Chief of Staff John Kelly’s ability to prevent Ivanka Trump from influencing her father through unscheduled emotion-laden visits to the oval office.

“Those days are over when Ivanka can run in and lay her head on the [president’s] desk and cry,” Bannon told multiple people, according to The New York Times.

Bannon, who saw his influence decrease after the conclusion of President Donald Trump’s campaign, often lamented Ivanka’s presidential access. Bannon viewed Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner, whom he referred to as “Javanka,” as a political liability and likely to alienate Trump’s base by rejecting the national populist agenda that won Trump the White House.

Kelly, who was appointed July 28, immediately brought a previously unseen degree of discipline and process to the chaotic West Wing. Kelly quickly established himself by exercising tight control over Trump’s access to information and personnel, ensuring control of the latter by instituting a strict closed door policy in the Oval ………


Bannon: The Days Of Ivanka ‘Crying’ | The Daily Caller

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