President Trump just personally intervened to save the White House job of Sebastian Gorka, joining white supremacist and Chief Strategist Steve Bannon in arranging for the Hungarian national and pro-Nazi Gorka to remain in the White House.
Last week, a conservative journal reported that members of the administration – most likely Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner – was looking to rid themselves of Gorka. Insiders remarked that Trump’s team was just trying to dump “a staffer with few official duties and mounting public relations baggage without having to upset the president.”
Then, as the Daily Beast reports, President Trump personally headed Gorka’s exit off at the pass along with his beat down, alt-right alter ego Bannon’s direct intervention:
President Donald Trump and his chief strategist Stephen Bannon “personally intervened” to put a halt to Gorka’s White House eviction, two senior administration sources said. News of Gorka’s looming departure from the White House came amid security clearance issues and a mounting controversy over his involvement with a far-right Hungarian group notorious for its collaboration with the Nazi regime during the World War II.