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[–] digix 0 points 18 points (+18|-0) ago 

Bannon is "our guy" and is nationalist, spotting obvious Syrian false flags. Kushner is a Jew fuck and I haven't a clue how to get rid of him without tearing apart Trumps family.

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[–] 8710416 1 points 5 points (+6|-1) ago 

Who cares about his family, when the jew leads us to war. We need some "jared the jew" memes

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[–] digix 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Trump's family is his pride and joy, and his grandkids from Ivanka are Kushner's. Ivanka is indisputably Trump's favorite, and directly targeting Kushner would create a domino effect of family schisms if he didn't actually "do" anything and give us a low energy Trump from the fallout. The only way to win this one is to make Kushner choose between his family or Israel, and there is only going to be one correct answer from Trump's point of view.

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[–] HidemyUserName 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I don't know either, but Kushner and Ivanka are taking over the white house and putting in Leftist elites. Powell, cohn, Zekke emmanuel.

They want to stop the all. Ivanka and Kushner hate Trumps base, and their goals.

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[–] Freeofmind 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

Trump should keep Bannon and throw cuck boy Kushner out.

Bannon represents the populist nationalism.

Kushner is a far leftist who is not America first at all.

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[–] Phuc_Dat_Bich 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

This weekend is Passover - on this weekend jews can't work. This allows the conversation to occur without them. Interesting timing.

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[–] RedditisPropaganda31 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Fuck Trumps connection to Israel and his shit soninlaw Kushner

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[–] citrion 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Here's what's crazy about the whole situation. After the attack, all the human rights activists who hated Obama because he was a dirty hypocrite now love Obama because he didn't bomb Syria. And all the Democrats who've been calling Trump an unstable fascist for the past several months now love him even though he's acting like an unstable fascist who's trying to start a war with Russia. And a some of the Trump supporters have started jumping ship after the bombing because he's broken campaign promises and sided with Hillary. It's...weird.

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[–] Obergruppenmemester 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

((("Trump supporters")))

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[–] 8_billion_eaters 3 points 1 points (+4|-3) ago 

Trump will lose everything if he betrays us.

Why did he bow down to the JEW agenda?

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[–] Kannibal 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

they basically posted a clip from a much larger story, seen here

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2017/04/trumps-syria-strike-is-sign-of-bannons-waning-influence.html

Donald Trump’s surprise decision to launch missile strikes against Syrian president Bashar al-Assad’s forces in response to Tuesday’s horrific chemical attack represented a reversal from Trump’s noninterventionist campaign message. It’s also the most recent sign of the declining power of his chief strategist Stephen Bannon. Two sources close to Bannon told me the former Breitbart executive chairman argued against the strike — not because of its questionable constitutionality, but on the grounds that it doesn’t advance Trump’s America First doctrine. “Steve doesn’t think we belong there,” one Bannon ally told me. Bannon’s position lost out to those inside the White House, including Jared Kushner, who argued Trump needed to punish the Assad regime.

The debate over Syria is the latest fault line that has opened up in the once close Bannon-Kushner relationship. “During the campaign and transition, they had an almost uncle-nephew thing going,” one Bannon associate said. But in recent weeks, Kushner and Bannon have clashed over the direction of Trump’s agenda. While the press has covered it as a personality feud, Bannon allies say the rift is about policy differences. “The press is calling it fighting, we call it debating,” Bannon told an associate, according to a source. On a board in his West Wing office, Bannon keeps a list of promises Trump made to populist voters. Kushner, whose portfolio has ballooned in recent weeks, seems much less interested in keeping those promises.

The power struggle is growing more personal. While Bannon declined to comment for this piece, Bannon allies inside and outside the White House say he is “disappointed” and blames Kushner, in part, for some of the damaging leaks about him. If before there were philosophical differences in the White House, now there are clearly defined camps: On one side are “the nationalists” Bannon, Stephen Miller, and Julia Hahn; and on the other are “the Democrats” Kushner, Ivanka Trump, and Gary Cohn. Bannon is growing increasingly frustrated with Cohn, sources say, and is particularly unhappy to be receiving much of the blame for the health-care debacle while Cohn, who was deeply involved in the effort, emerged unscathed. Health care was “100 percent Gary,” one person close to Bannon said. During a recent White House meeting, when the subject of Cohn came up, Bannon reportedly told associates “I love a gunfight.”

Despite his waning influence, Bannon recently told an ally that he won’t quit. If Trump wants him out, he’ll have to fire him.

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[–] 8710442 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

JARED THE JEW

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