Kushner and Bannon beef continues to broil

Jared Kushner and Steve Bannon have continued their months long feud.
By Jason Spencer | Apr 06, 2017
Jared Kushner and Steve Bannon have continued their months long feud.

Kushner, the son in law of U.S. President Donald Trump (Kushner is married to Ivanka Trump) and Bannon, achief strategist of the president, have had a long and public spat that has been no secret among Trump aides. Senior officials in the Trump administration revealed that Bannon complained that Kushner was trying to push him out of positions of authority in the administration. Recently, Bannon was removed from hisNational Security Council post by President Trump. According to a story run byThe Daily Beast, Bannon has been calling Kushner, who is Jewish, a "globalist," which many believe to have anti-semitic overtones. Bannon is a self-described nationalist, which many believe ties him to the alt-right, a group that has taken a lot of criticism for seemingly racist views.


"[Steve] recently vented to us about Jared being a 'globalist' and a 'cuck'He actually said 'cuck,' as in "cuckservative,'" said oneadministration official on terms of anonymity.


Bannon called Kushner, senior advisor to President Trump, a "cuckservative," likely due to Kushner having been a liberal and democratic donor before Donald Trump ran for U.S. President.


"[Steve] recently vented to us about Jared being a 'globalist' and a 'cuck'He actually said 'cuck,' as in "cuckservative,'" said anotheradministration official, also wishing to remain anonymous.




"There's a big fight [going on]," said a thirdsenior official. "It's all about policy. There's tension [between them] on trade, health care, immigration, taxes, [terrorism]you name it."

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