Incensed by leaks that have come from within his own inner circle, President Donald Trump is about to take the gloves off in a purge of White House advisers that could begin as early as today.
Speculation continues to swirl around White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, who has hindered Trump with a series of high profile gaffes. As Infowars reported first (before the rest of the mainstream media followed suit), Trump is seriously considering replacing Spicer with Fox News host Kimberley Guilfoyle.
In an eyebrow-raising move, Guilfoyle ‘liked’ one of my tweets in which I linked to a story about the fact that Trump was considering her for the post, alongside the comment, “I had this story 2 days ago, lazy MSM late again.”
I wonder if Kimberly liking this post has any significance? ?? pic.twitter.com/T5pZiCsf2f
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) May 14, 2017
Could mean nothing. Could mean something.
When approached for comment, Guilfoyle didn’t respond.
According to Mike Cernovich, who has scooped the media repeatedly thanks to his White House sources, the base will be very happy with the decisions Trump is about to make.
“His media team, they don’t do anything, they’re ineffective. Spicer is afraid to confront the media, afraid to call them out,” said Cernovich.
Former Trump adviser Roger Stone said the establishment “made the mistake of hitting (Trump) too hard,” despite the fact that Trump attempted to extend an olive branch during the early months of his presidency.
“Now he understands, the gloves will be off, this is a fight to the finish – I can tell you this, don’t ever push Donald Trump into a corner – he is a fighter,” said Stone.
Other names potentially on the chopping block include Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, chief strategist Steve Bannon, and counsel Don McGahn, according to Axios’ Mike Allen, who cites White House sources.
Jettisoning Bannon would rile Trump’s base, whereas an exit for Priebus would be met with widespread support.
However, the Daily Mail reports that Trump is “relying more” on Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, something that won’t sit well with Trump’s base given that both have advocated globalist policies like man-made global warming and importing “refugees”.
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