So when did Fox News Rupert Murdoch get a seat within the Trump administration? Does he wield power to influence Trump to hire and fire individuals?
Last I heard, Murdoch does not work in the Trump administration. Since Fox News seems to be turning more liberal, I suggest to Trump to do the opposite of what Murdoch advises. Murdoch sounds like another swamp dweller.
President Trump needs people who have his back, and I believe Bannon does. You notice that is always The New York Times or Washington Post that are behind these so called reports.
I was just thinking. When you hear “white” or “black” anything that is describing a situation, Democrats are usually leading the charge of identity politics. The reason why I added that statement is they keep calling Bannon a “White nationalist.” What about “Black nationalist, or Asian nationalist?”
The media wants to coat Bannon with hatred and racism, and they won’t stop until he’s out of the White House.
Source: Daily Mail
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has reportedly urged President Donald Trump that he needs to fire White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon.
The CEO of Fox News has repeatedly told the president to get rid of Bannon, according to the New York Times.
Murdoch made his comments about Bannon during dinner with Trump, new White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly, and his son-in-law Jared Kushner at Trump’s private golf club on August 4, the Times reported.
During the dinner, Trump vented about his frustrations with Bannon, the former chair of Breitbart News, and did not push back against the advice from Murdoch, a source told the Times.
The 71-year-old president has reportedly not met face-to-face with Bannon for over a week.
In addition, Kelly has told the top staff in the White House that he won’t tolerate Bannon’s ‘shadowland machinations,’ according to several current and former aides who spoke with the Times.
Bannon has previously denied that his political beliefs are racist in interviews given shortly after Trump’s election win last year.
‘I’m not a white nationalist, I’m a nationalist,’ Bannon told The Hollywood Reporter in November.
Time to tell Rupert Murdoch to clean up his own house first and then think about others. He allowed his network to be destroyed now he’s allowing the people who have and do work for him to be destroyed if they have conservative leanings.
I hope this is not true and has no basis in fact. Trump needs loyalist, and those who remain need to
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