The Presidency of Donald Trump has been a spectacle to watch from the very beginning. There have been controversial legislation and questionable Twitter rants that many deem as unfitting for an American President. One of the biggest internal issues during the first eight months of the Presidents term has been the revolving door of White House staffers and advisors.

There has been a string of staffers parting ways with the White House over the last few months. Some of those people were National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, press secretary Sean Spicer, communications director Anthony Scaramucci, and chief of staff Reince Priebus.

The latest in this string of firings is Donald Trump's, now former, chief strategist Stephen Bannon.

Steve Bannon and John Kelly "mutually" part ways

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary made the announcement on Friday.

" The White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and Steve Bannon have mutually agreed that today would be Steve's last day. We are grateful for his service and wish him the best. Sanders announced on Friday.

Bannon was considered one of the most controversial staffers in the White House. It has long been perceived by many that he was a serious force behind Trump's "nationalist" ideological stances. Bannon has, in the past, been accused of anti-Semitic and white supremacist views, and in the wake of Charlottesville and the atrocities that occurred [VIDEO], a man like that is a liability.

The final straw that broke the camel's back was Bannon's interview with the American Prospect, a quarterly liberal/progressive magazine. In that interview, he seemed to have a little bit of power going to his head. He contradicted Trump on his stance on North Korea, which did not sit well with the President. All members of a staff need to be on the same page and a contradiction shows serious discord.

He also made claims about his power within the State Department. Bannon claimed that he was able to make personnel changes and was quoted on that in the magazine.

Where will Bannon go from here?

CNN reported that Bannon's release had been in the works for about two weeks before it took place. It was also revealed that Bannon was given the opportunity to resign but eventually had to be "forced out". Although Bannon is no longer in the White House, he evidently has no intention of jumping political ship.

As before he was employed in the West Wing, he has already returned as the head of Breitbart News, an ultra-conservative news site that supports liberal and progressive political views and politicians. Breitbart News was happy to get an executive who was so tapped into the "pulse" of the White House and it's goings on.

Bannon was vocal about his plans going forward. He plans on continuing the fight for the political agenda that Trump and his administration stands for.

Only time will tell what may come from Bannon and the platform he has as an executive for Breitbart News.