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PoliticsSearchSearchSign IneclipseThis Bride Wanted to Be an Astronaut. Now She’s Getting Married During the EclipseeclipseCloudy Weather Could Keep Half of America From Seeing the Total Solar EclipseCOMPARECARDSSPONSOREDEntertainmentThe 25 Best Heist MoviesSteve Bannon at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Feb. 23, 2017 in Washington. Bill O’Leary—The Washington Post via Getty ImagesWhite HouseSteve Bannon Out as President Trump’s Chief White House StrategistTessa BerensonUpdated: 1:17 PM ET | Originally published: 12:57 PM ETSteve Bannon is leaving the White House and his role as President Donald Trump's chief strategist.Trump's Chief of Staff John Kelly and Bannon both agreed that Friday would be Bannon's final day in the role, according to White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.”We are grateful for his service and wish him the best,” Sanders said in a statement.Bannon's ouster comes after weeks of controversy and staff changes at the White House. At the end of July, Reince Priebus was fired from his role as White House chief of staff and replaced by John Kelly. Kelly was reportedly reviewing Bannon's position, according to Axios.RelatedPoliticsSteve Bannon Mocks Opponents: ‘They’re Wetting Themselves’PoliticsSteve Bannon Mocks Opponents: ‘They’re Wetting Themselves’Earlier this week, Bannon said his rivals in the government were “wetting themselves” in an interview with The American Prospect. 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He appeared on TIME's cover in February. You can read the cover story here.Customer ServiceSite MapPrivacy PolicyAd ChoicesTerms of UseYour California Privacy RightsCareers© 2017 Time Inc. All rights reserved.All products and services featured are based solely on editorial selection. 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At the end of July, Reince Priebus was fired from his role as White House chief of staff and replaced by John Kelly. Kelly was reportedly reviewing Bannon's position, according to Axios.RelatedPoliticsSteve Bannon Mocks Opponents: ‘They’re Wetting Themselves’PoliticsSteve Bannon Mocks Opponents: ‘They’re Wetting Themselves’Earlier this week, Bannon said his rivals in the government were “wetting themselves” in an interview with The American Prospect. He also apparently contradicted the president in the interview, saying “there's no military solution” to North Korea.White HouseSteve Bannon: ‘There’s No Military Solution’ to North KoreaCOMPARECARDSSPONSOREDWhite HouseSteve Bannon’s Shadow Press Office May Violate Federal LawWhite HousePresident Trump Downplays Steve Bannon’s Campaign Role: ‘I’m My Own Strategist’White House’A Defining Moment.’ Mitt Romney Says President Trump Must Apologize for Charlottesville Responsepresident trump’Art of the Deal’ Ghostwriter Thinks President Trump Will Resign Before the End of the YearWhite HouseFellow Republicans Assail Trump After He Defends Confederate MonumentsWhite HouseProminent Supporter of President Trump Admits He Regrets His VoteWhite HousePresident Trump’s Top Defense and Diplomatic Chiefs Insist There’s a Military Option for North KoreaBannon, former head of right wing Breitbart News, has been a controversial figure in Trump's inner circle from the start. He appeared on TIME's cover in February. You can read the cover story here.
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