Ever since Donald Trump was sworn into office last January, there have been reports of dissension in the ranks of the administration. After just under three months in power, the president is now forced to clean up a major mess involving his top advisers in the White House.

Bannon, out?

After former campaign manage Paul Manafort was forced to step down last summer due to his financial ties to Russia being made public, he was quickly replaced by veteran pollster Kellyanne Conway. Along with Conway, Donald Trump also brought on board Steve Bannon to serve in the newly created role of campaign CEO.

Bannon was previously the head of Breitbart News, and brought with him a controversial reputation. Critics of Bannon have gone as far as labeling him a white nationalist and racist, both charges which he dismisses. After the former host of "The Apprentice" won the election, Bannon was promoted to the job of chief strategist in the White House, and was seen as Trump's right-hand man. However, as Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner has gained more power in the administration, Bannon has lost his grip and is reportedly being phased out, which isn't going over with the former Breitbart News CEO. As seen during the April 10 edition of "Morning Joe" on MSNBC, Bannon has reportedly "snapped."

During Monday's "Morning Joe" episode on MSNBC, co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski highlighted a recent story in the Business Insider that quoted several sources, all remaining anonymous, that say Breitbart News editors were giving orders to reduce their negative coverage of Jared Kushner because Steve Bannon is now considered "an island unto himself." "Any allies he may have had have scattered," Scarborough said.

"They do not understand what happened to Steve Bannon," Scarborough said of White House insiders and their reporting on the administration. "Why he decided to start attacking the president’s family...The word I heard from all three was 'he just snapped,'" Scarborough said in regards to Bannon's recent behavior.

Trump's dilemma

Reports over the weekend continued to be released, all noting that Donald Trump was seriously contemplating a major shake-up to his team, which include the remove and replacement of Steve Bannon, as well as current Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.

The White House has since denied the reports, though the consensus is that Trump is not pleased with what is taking place behind the scenes.