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Greg Gutfeld joked on his show Saturday that Trump White House officials are starting to look like Dodgers fans: leaving early to beat the Los Angeles traffic.

White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon was let go last week when his connections with the alt-right came under fire after a violent alt-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Gutfeld mused that Bannon's interview to left-wing magazine The American Prospect where he called the alt-right "a collection of clowns" was a ploy to distract from the scrutiny President Trump was under after Charlottesville. White House officials echoed that this may have been Bannon's intention.

"My gut tells me that whole thing was planned to give Mr. Trump the justification for dropping him," Gutfeld said.


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