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December 17, 2017

Reince Priebus and Stephen Bannon to lead the White House, Trump!


Chief of Staff rewarded for loyalty campaigns drive and former CEO of the right is the “Senior Advisor” Breitbart News.

Donald Trump; Reince Priebus named as head of the White House, a tribute to party loyalists and the former president made a maid in the oval office. However, he was also named Steve Bannon, the campaign manager, and right Breitbart’s website, as the “chief strategist and senior adviser.”

The statement announcing the decision Trump named Bannon first, despite the title of his article summary. He said he and Priebus would serve as an “equal partner.”

“Steve and Reince are highly skilled leaders who work well together in our campaign and has led to a historic victory,” said Trump. Now I’ll have two with me in the White House while we work to make America great again.

Bannon mentioned his “very beneficial partnership” with Priebus, who said in a statement that the White House Trump “work to create the economy that works for everyone, secure our borders, repeal and replace Obamacare and destroy radical Islamic terrorism.”

Priebus spent months trying to get a Republican leader to make peace with his party candidates, who often mocks and taunts led several senior senators from people with disabilities and prisoners of war, and boast to your groping women.

Priebus pushed “autopsy report” after the Republic failed to win the 2012 elections, to recommend measures to win voters and Hispanic women.

Through the chaos and division of Trump campaign, he served as a diplomat of the Republic and a major donor, and as a resource to those responsible for selecting candidates across the country.

White House chief of staff is considered one of the most powerful positions Washington, accused of helping the president in almost all the tasks and operations of complex government machinery.

Bannon is at the right end of the party, far from the dedication of prosecutors Priebus on social issues. A former head of Goldman Sachs and investors in the sitcom Seinfeld, Bannon has led in recent years Breitbart News, accused by the Anti-Defamation (ADL) of the League of Antisemitism and history regularly eagle stereotypes and conspiracy theories racist and sexist.

Executive Director of the ADL, Jonathan Greenblatt, welcomed the nomination Priebus but said Bannon: “It is a sad day when a man who led alt-right” main site. White nationalist coward and a group of anti-Semitic and racist Blatant – expected to be a senior staff member at the “House of the People.”

In 2007, Bannon’s ex-wife accused of making anti-Semitic comments, which was rejected. In 1996, he was accused of domestic violence in the case was finally dismissed.

In August, the Guardian that he registered to vote in Florida, a critical state in an abandoned house in which they live, in clear violation of election laws. Bannon then changed the record.

Bannon repeatedly criticized Republicans, including Speaker Paul Ryan, do not move far enough to the right.

None of them is named served in elected office, although Priebus, 44, has worked in government since 2004 and as president of the Republican National Committee since 2011.

Bannon had left the scene of the trump campaign this summer, replacing former lobbyist Paul Manafort, remaining after reports of a relationship with the Ukrainian pro-Kremlin politicians.

Priebus Trump continued to maintain a lot of controversy over this summer, and the contractor hired for a victory speech on Tuesday.

“I never had a second with him,” said Trump. This is the extraordinary star.

Meanwhile, in his first television interview as president-elect, which was broadcast on Sunday night, Trump told CBS’s 60 Minutes that he intends to expel up to 3 million people after receiving the oval Office, and the fence that will be part of his fiancee on the border with Mexico.

“What we will do is to bring people who are criminals and criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, where many of these people, perhaps 2 million to more than 3 million they have taken from our country or go to jail, “he said. “But we take our country are here illegally.”

During the campaign, Trump said he would expel all illegal immigrants living in the United States, an estimated 11 million people.

In the same interview, Trump sent conflicting messages about their hopes on the Supreme Court, said he would appoint judges who will be sent directly to abortion “back to the US,” but they are trying to “undo marriage equality,” as it was resolved. ”

The Supreme Court has eight members since the death of the conservative Justice Antonin Scalia in February. Senate Republicans have refused to consider Obama a candidate for the post, Merrick Garland.

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