The knives were out for Steve Bannon ever since Donald Trump named the King of the Alt Right as his Chief Strategist — a job which requires no Senate confirmation (http://www.politico.com/story/2017/08/18/foreign-policy-hawks-rise-after-bannon-departure-241812).
Up until he was fired on Friday, Bannon was scheming on how to destroy China as a trading partner of the United States. But now that he’s gone back to Breitbart News, things could get even scarier than they are now, because as the Editor of Breitbart news, he can do a lot more damage to the American people than he ever did while working for Trump — even though he was the principal author of the Muslim ban.
Yesterday, we reported that Bannon will certainly be replaced by former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Today, it's our solemn duty to report that that China’s leader, Xi Jinpin, told associate solitary reporter Ko Il-sun that he is ecstatic that Trump’s new Chief of Staff, Gen. John Kelly, fired the ultranationalist chauvinist, who helped Trump win the White House with his xenophobic rhetoric.
“Now that Bannon’s gone,” Xi told Ko, “Trump and I can make a lot of progress together."