Bannon: The Days Of Ivanka ‘Crying’ To Daddy ‘Are Over’ Now That Kelly Is Chief

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon celebrated Chief of Staff John Kelly’s ability to prevent Ivanka Trump from influencing her father through unscheduled emotion-laden visits to the oval office.

“Those days are over when Ivanka can run in and lay her head on the [president’s] desk and cry,” Bannon told multiple people, according to The New York Times.

Bannon, who saw his influence decrease after the conclusion of President Donald Trump’s campaign, often lamented Ivanka’s presidential access. Bannon viewed Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner, whom he referred to as “Javanka,” as a political liability and likely to alienate Trump’s base by rejecting the national populist agenda that won Trump the White House.

  • Ed

    nobody voted for them

  • CoolTolerance

    I agree with Bannon. Ivanka has no place in the Trump administration. Never mix family with politics.

  • Brett_McS

    The advantage of putting a military man in that position. Protocol must be upheld.

  • Ho Hum

    I don’t believe for a second that Ivanka’s (and Jared) access to Trump has changed. She is his daughter and can see him at any time she wishes. The “crying” incident of course refers to Ivanka’s emotional response to the false flag gas attacked manufactured by the White Helmets. I notice today the WH issued a statement today condemning Assad on the fourth anniversary of the Ghouta attack despite the fact that no evidence was ever produced to prove Assad was behind the attack. The statement goes on to condemn Assad for the gas attack in April again despite no evidence has been produced linking Assad to a gas attack. In one statement from the White House today two boldfaced lies that will be used as a pretext to attack Assad. It is sad to see how weak and stupid Trump turned out to be.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    “Bannon told multiple people, according to The New York Times.”

    I’ll have the red flag boquete with a side of caveat’.

  • bob e

    Bannon is right ..