Former Trump aide Sebastian Gorka to return to Breitbart

Posted August 28, 2017

Gorka wrote that "forces that do not support that MAGA promise are - for now - ascendant within the White House", referring to Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan.

"In the White House I had influence", he said during the interview.

Keep in mind multiple sources, including White House officials, have said that Gorka didn't resign but was in fact pushed out.

Gorka's departure has revived discussion of a topic that had dogged him throughout his tenure: It was unclear what he actually did in the White House.

He is a vocal supporter of the Trump administration and was mostly known for his TV appearances, where he fiercely defended the President's national security agenda.

The White House announced Gorka's departure on Friday evening, just one week after his ally, Stephen Bannon, left his post as White House chief strategist.

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Here's a breakdown of Mr Gorka's exit from the Trump administration. He is the latest in a string of hawkish or nationalist advisers to leave the National Security Council and other parts of the White House in recent weeks, suggesting that in the battle among Trump's foreign policy advisers, internationalist voices such as those of McMaster, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson are prevailing.

"Let's get everything on the record, I chose to resign last week", he said, explaining that he made the decision after Trump's speech on Afghanistan this week.

During his stint in the White House, Gorka focused mostly on national security policy including rising fundamentalism in the Middle East and and combating China's economic warfare. Bannon, who has since returned to the site as its executive chairman, once described Breitbart as a "platform" for the so-called alt-right - a loose association of far-right groups that generally believe in such things as isolationism, protectionism and white nationalism.

Bannon left the White House after the arrival of new chief of staff, John Kelly, who had embarked on a personnel review of West Wing staff. Kelly has sought to impose discipline on a chaotic West Wing, limiting dissenting voices, restricting access to the president and "stacking the deck" on major decisions to guide Trump toward an outcome.

Breitbart confirmed it is talking with Gorka about a new role.