Carlson: Bannon One of Few in Trump WH that Wouldn't Be 'Comfortable' Working for Hillary
Tucker Carlson reacted to White House chief strategist Steve Bannon's departure.
"Bannon got canned today after losing an internal power struggle that had been raging for months," Carlson said.
He said Bannon, like Trump, was a "mercurial figure" in a "business that prizes predictability."
Carlson said that Bannon's reputation as a "loose cannon" did not earn him any points with the Washington establishment.
He added that Bannon was one of the few Trump administration staffers that wouldn't "feel comfortable" in a Hillary Clinton White House.
He remarked that in some aspects, Bannon is more liberal than the liberals who despise him.
But, he said, ideology often trumps compatibility in Washington.
Carlson said that Bannon is a flawed man, but not in the way the media and establishment painted him- as a white supremacist and bigot.
The White House will be a "much more placid place" without Bannon, he said, "but will it be a better place?"
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