After he was ousted as Donald Trump’s chief strategist, he remains unfazed as he prepares for a “season of war” against the Republican Party establishment. He made it clear that he will never stop the battles he waged whilst inside the White House. Armed with all that he knows, he vowed that he will come back and rev it up. A day after Bannon turned into the most recent prominent authority to leave the organization, Trump tweeted: “I want to thank Steve Bannon for his service. He came to the campaign during my run against Crooked Hillary Clinton – it was great!


Bannon’s agenda expresses a conflict in the future albeit being Trump Whisperer

According to Bannon, he's committed to aiding Trump from the outside of the White House. He also made it clear that if there's any confusion, he's leaving the White House and will continue to fight for Trump against his opponents - on Capitol Hill, in the media, and in corporate America. But some disapproves the intriguing predictions Bannon made about how the administration would designate a terrorist organization and moving the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Upon checking from the administration, none of these predictions were true, Johnson reported. Moreover, he believed that Bannon will not merely play a political agenda but more of a policy agenda; looking forward as to how things would turn out between Bannon and President Trump who are feeding off each others energy.

What will the president reinforce after he ransacked Obamacare?

According to the president, the Congress has failed to act. He’s forced to do executive actions by breaking apart the Obamacare, disrupting and causing issues and concerns in the market and maybe even affecting lower-income Americans. The president then said he is open for big partisan health care deal.

As a matter of fact, he’s even urging the Democrats to come up with a deal and negotiate with him. According to Phillip (CNN), The White House wouldn't sign a bill that would just keep the stability of the market, nevertheless, they won't affirm what he would like in return. He might be giving up if he would agree on such a bill.

He may surrender what he needs targeting in mind the end goal of getting Republicans and Democrats back at the table for the healthcare. "it is unclear, even to members of the President's team, what he would be willing to include in any such deal", CNN's Abby Phillip reports.