Bannon’s political team and his son, Jared Kushner, are all close confidants to the president and a member of his inner circle.
And as the former chief strategist and senior adviser to the President Donald Trump, Jared is also a key player in shaping policy and messaging.
But for years, his close relationship with Bannon has been questioned.
“The Bannon-Kushner relationship is so complex, there’s no simple answer,” the former Breitbart News chief told POLITICO.
The former chief political strategist and Breitbart News executive chairman is the son of Trump adviser Steve Bannon and his wife Rebekah.
(Peter Stevenson/The Washington Post) Bannon is a controversial figure and one who has had an intense public and private relationship with the White House.
Bannon is one of the most influential figures in Trump’s White House, and he was one of his closest advisers for years.
But as the president’s former chief of staff, Jared, has risen through the ranks and gained more political influence, it has come to light that Bannon is often seen as a trusted confidant to the White Nationalist leader.
As Bannon rose in the White Trump, his political influence waned.
But it wasn’t until Trump took office that he began to see Bannon’s influence diminish.
Bannon’s departure from the White house is a major blow to Trump’s presidency, which was seen as an unqualified success.
He had pushed to reinstate Bannon’s old job of chief strategist.
The appointment was a major victory for Bannon, who had championed the idea of bringing the two men together.
But Bannon’s departure also came after Bannon was embroiled in a highly public spat with White House Chief of Staff John Kelly.
Bannon has come under scrutiny for his ties to Russia.
He was one the most outspoken Trump critics, and the president has come out against his former boss.
Despite the criticism, Bannon’s former boss is likely to continue to wield influence in Trump White House policymaking, including the direction of the Trump agenda.
Bannon’s exit from the administration has put the Trump White on a collision course with former Secretary of State John Kerry, who has vowed to continue pushing for more sanctions on Russia, a priority for Trump.
Trump’s relationship with Kerry is also in jeopardy as the White wants to move ahead with a new sanctions package against Russia, including new sanctions on the oil company Gazprom.
But Bannon has also been seen as one of Trump’s most loyal and loyal allies in the administration.
Bannon was seen by many as the right-hand man to the former president, who was a critic of Bannon’s politics and who pushed to push him out of the White.
Trump also had a close relationship to Bannon during the 2016 presidential race, and Bannon was one who helped him win the Republican nomination and the presidency.
Bannon, however, did not always agree with Trump, particularly on foreign policy issues.
But Trump was known to lean towards Bannon on foreign affairs issues, including Russia, and Trump frequently praised Bannon during his campaign.
Bannon may have also found a way to get Trump to back off his views on Russia.
Bannon and Trump have spoken on the phone several times since the election.
In December, the president called Bannon “a true professional” and called him “a loyal, tough guy.”
But Trump had criticized Bannon on Twitter for not pushing back hard enough against Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Bannon later called the president a “moron.”
Bannon, in his resignation letter, wrote that the president was “not doing a good job representing our country and the American people.”
Kerry has said he will continue pushing sanctions on Moscow.
And a group of Democrats on the House Foreign Affairs Committee sent a letter to Trump and Bannon urging them to pursue sanctions.
In recent days, some lawmakers have begun to question the effectiveness of the sanctions package, with many Democrats saying they do not go far enough to address Russia’s alleged meddling in the U.S. election.