Ever since Donald Trump was sworn into office last January, there have been growing reports of dissension in his own administration. As the rift between some of his top advisers appears to be reaching a boiling point, it seems as if one of them is about to be given the boot.

Bannon's last days

Not long after Donald Trump surprised everyone by becoming the Republican nominee for president last July, it was obvious that his campaign needed to make some changes if he was going to compete in a general election against Democratic nominee and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

After replacing Paul Manafort with Kellyanne Conway as his new campaign manager, Trump also added Steve Bannon to the team in the newly created role of campaign CEO. The former head of Breitbart News brought with him heavy baggage, with critics accusing him of being a "white nationalist," a "racist,' an "anti-Semite," as well as other forms of prejudice. As expected, Bannon has always denied the allegations, though they weren't enough to hurt Trump in the election as he was able to pull off the upset over Clinton. Since then, Bannon has found himself in the White House as "chief strategist," but could soon be on his way out as reported in-fighting with Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner increases.

During the April 17 edition of "Morning Joe" on MSNBC, one host is warning Bannon about his recent actions.

On the Monday morning "Morning Joe," MSNBC host Joe Scarborough didn't hold back his thoughts on the current issues inside the White House. After fellow co-host Mika Brzezinski highlighted a recent article in Vanity Fair that revealed Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are the two leading voices pushing the former host of "The Apprentice" to fire Steve Bannon, Scarborough chimed in.

"Here's the thing everybody misses, there is no internal battle," Joe Scarborough said. Not stopping there, Scarborough then added, "When you take on the family, you lose." The MSNBC host went on to compare the Steve Bannon feud with Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner to his 8-year-old son fighting with him over what time to go to bed, pointing out that it appears to be a losing battle for the former Breitbart News CEO.

Moving forward

Recent reports have indicated that there are three factions in the White House, with all battling out who will dominate when it comes to the power struggle. Steve Bannon is leading one group, which is losing power according to reports, with Chief of Staff Reince Priebus leading another faction of more establishment Republicans, and Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner occupying the other spot. As of press time, it's unknown what Bannon's future will look like in the administration, though the light at the end of the tunnel is starting to dim.