Rupert Murdoch and President Trump met after Scaramucci exit

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White House aide Sebastian Gorka sent a warning to West Wing staff last week about leaking information, saying not to mess with Kelly.

"There were probably one or two people who wanted me in that job", including Trump, Scaramucci said.

But, according to Axios, Bannon's alleged reluctance to stop the stories is raising eyebrows, given Bannon's history of intervening with Breitbart to influence stories in a positive fashion for the Trump administration.

He said recently that the Department of Justice is reviewing their policy on issuing subpoenas to news outlets that publish sensitive information.

Scaramucci said the president can't be told what to do, but said those around him should "give him direct advice" and "be blunt with him".

President Donald Trump revealed the name he calls his new chief of staff John Kelly, The Hill reported Friday.

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It followed the release of a phone recording in which he launched a strongly worded attack on White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.

A White House spokeswoman did not respond to requests for comment about the dinner.

He said that some of the turbulence of Trump's first six months is because "the president is not a representative of political establishment class, and for whatever reason people want to eject him". Bannon reportedly believes "believes the globalists pose the greatest internal threat to the Trump presidency, and could send it veering off course with foreign interventions", according to Swan. It's his decision, but at the end of the day, the president has a very good idea of who the leakers are inside the White House.

"He likes doing the opposite of what the media thinks he's going to do".

"I get to work together with a broad range of talented people, and it is a privilege every day to enable the national security team", McMaster told NBC's "Meet the Press" with Chuck Todd, when asked directly about working with the oft-criticized Bannon.

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