Washington,DC. In a rare look inside the Trump White House, former National Security Council member Steve Bannon has labeled Jared Kushner, the President’s son in law and husband of Ivanka Trump a “cuckhold” and a Soros protege globalist in remarks just disseminated.

 

President Donald Trump’s chief strategist Stephen Bannon recently called the president’s senior advisor and son-in-law Jared Kushner a “cuck” and a “globalist” during heated confrontations at the White House recently.

 

The fighting between Kushner and Bannon has been “nonstop” in recent weeks, according to sources who spoke only on an anonymous basis. It’s been an “open secret” that Bannon and Kushner often clash “face-to-face,” according to senior officials. Bannon’s recent removal and demotion from the NSC is blamed directly on Kushner’s desire for a Neocon packed council to oversee Trump’s foreign policy.

 

Bannon is considered a self-described “nationalist” and long-time Republican, while Kushner was, until his father-in-law ran for president, a lifelong liberal and a Democratic donor with a history of involvement in George Soros sponsored operations.

 

Reportedly, one senior Trump aide said that Bannon was also frustrated with Kushner “continuing to bring in Zeke Emanuel to discuss health care options,” for instance. The aide said Emanuel has had three White House meetings, including one with Trump directly. Conservative Americans called Emanuel “Dr. Death” for advocating for end-of-life consultations during the crafting of the Affordable Care Act. (He is also the brother of Barack Obama’s former chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel.)

 

However, it is becoming clear that Kushner has been expanding his reach and level of influence in Trump’s core circle of advisers, and that the two men are essentially working against one another as they attempt to keep the president’s ear and affections. One dedicated to an America first, rebuild the nation ethic and the other to Neocon ideology and George Soros color revolutions globally.

 

 

 

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